DHD #10 reaches capacity for COVID-19 vaccines due to shortage.

January 8, 2021

DHD #10 reaches capacity for COVID-19 vaccines due to shortage.

District Health Department #10 announced Friday, Jan. 8, that it is currently at capacity for COVID-19 vaccination clinics due to a shortage of the vaccine. 

“The registration link on our website is currently removed and will be replaced once we are able to schedule appointments,” states a press release.

“Unfortunately, the state was unable to supply the number of doses we ordered, which requires us to make adjustments to our vaccine clinics,” said Kevin Hughes, Health Officer for DHD #10. “We understand this disruption may cause frustration, but please know we are doing everything we can to deliver the vaccine as soon as the supply is accessible.”

Some individuals who are currently scheduled to receive the vaccine next week may be cancelled or rescheduled. “We will notify you via the email you registered when you scheduled if your appointment is cancelled or rescheduled.

“We will resume scheduling as soon as we have access to more vaccine and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We ask for your continued patience as we relentlessly work to get the vaccine out to those who want it.”

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