Community Health Releases Vaccination Update

Community Health and Human Services of Faribault and Martin Counties and Health Care Providers in both counties continue to partner and provide vaccination services.

 

According to information from Community Health, as of February 6th, 1,115 individuals in Faribault County have received at least their first vaccination for COVID-19.  That’s 8% of the population.

 

In Martin County, 1,912 individuals have received their first vaccination, which is 9% of the population.

 

Allocations this week include 200 first doses for Community Health.  This allocation is designated for K-12 and childcare provider workforce.

 

Mayo Clinic Health System in Fairmont is scheduled to receive 204 doses of the vaccine to provide to patients age 75 and over.

 

The United Hospital District is scheduled to receive 300 doses to provide to patients age 65 and over.

 

Dulcimer Medical Clinic is not scheduled to receive any doses this week.

 

In addition to these 4 medical providers, vaccine has been allocated by the State of Minnesota to pharmacies and providers that include the Federal Pharmacy Partnership Program, whose focus is providing vaccinations to staff and residents of long term care facilities.