Albany County COVID-19 Vaccination Updates

Run Dates: February 17 through February 24, 2021 

This public service announcement is provided by Albany County Public Health to provide current information on the  status of COVID-19 vaccination efforts in our community. 

Individuals within Phase 1b, priority group 4-6 are now able to schedule their vaccination appointment. Individuals  within these groups include:  

people who are 65 – 69 years of age;  

healthcare providers; 

behavioral health providers; 

social workers unable to physically distance; 

K-12 education (teachers and other school district staff); 

childcare providers;  

adult daycare providers.  

• Individuals within all prior phases are still able to schedule vaccination appointments. 

Please call (307) 766-8222 to your vaccination appointment unless it has already been scheduled through your place  of employment.  

With current vaccine supply, it is anticipated that individuals within Phase 1b, priority groups 4-6 will continue to be  the focus of vaccination efforts for the remainder of February. As Albany County receives additional vaccine supply,  vaccination efforts will be expanded to the remaining priority groups within Phase 1b. 

Individuals who are not included in Phase 1b subgroup 4-6, should sign-up for My Health Connection at  https://www.ivinsonhospital.org/portal. The My Health Connection is Ivinson Memorial Hospital’s patient portal where  registered participants will receive local vaccine updates. If you already have a My Health Connection account, you  are on the Albany County Vaccination list.  

Walmart and Pole Mountain Pharmacies have received a limited supply of COVID-19 vaccines. Walmart is following  federal distribution guidelines visit https://corporate.walmart.com/covid-vaccine for more information. Pole Mountain  is following state and county distribution guidelines visit https://polemountainpharmacy.com/ for more information. 

Dr. Jean Allais, Albany County Health Officer, is encouraging everyone eligible to get vaccinated to do so to protect  yourselves, your neighbors and your community. For more information please call (307) 766-8222. 

One thought on “Albany County COVID-19 Vaccination Updates”

  1. Jo says:

    Tried to schedule and it is a mess! No one answering phones, just bounces you around between programs. Switchboard said they had taken thousands of calls with same problem! So sad we are so disorganized!

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