These Nebraskans will be first in line to receive the COVID-19 vaccine – KETV Omaha

Officials state these Nebraskans will be first to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Updated: 11:40 AM CDT Oct 26, 2020

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Department of Health and Human Services, local health departments and other partners are planning for the arrival of Kobe 19 vaccine in Nebraska. Utilizing Nebraskans is Nebraskas existing Vaccines for Children supplier network, which includes health care service providers, regional health departments, federally qualified health centers, community based clinics, tribal health care and health centers. We havent received alert of unanticipated arrival date for vaccine, but when we do our objective is to make sure fair and fair gain access to and distribute the vaccine in a way that offers the most defense.

Authorities say these Nebraskans will be very first to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Upgraded: 11:40 AM CDT Oct 26, 2020

“During much of phase one, the vaccine will be dispersed utilizing Nebraskas existing Vaccines for Children supplier network which consists of health care service providers, regional health departments, federally qualified health centers, community-based centers, tribal health care and healthcare facilities. We anticipate that vaccine supply will be limited early on and initial doses will go to health care workers in important populations,” Angie Ling, Department of Health and Human Services occurrence leader said.In Phase 1, the presumption is that there will be a limited number of vaccines available.In the first stage, Phase 1A, the concern will be healthcare personnel, health centers, emergency situation rooms, long-lasting care personnel, immediate care and primary care access points. NDHHS and regional health departments will adjust to an increase in COVID-19 vaccine supply and expand company networks to get the vaccine to a larger population. “During much of phase one, the vaccine will be distributed utilizing Nebraskas existing Vaccines for Children company network which includes health care companies, local health departments, federally qualified health centers, community-based centers, tribal health care and healthcare facilities. We anticipate that vaccine supply will be limited early on and initial doses will go to health care workers in vital populations,” Angie Ling, Department of Health and Human Services occurrence commander said.In Phase 1, the assumption is that there will be a restricted number of vaccines available.In the first stage, Phase 1A, the priority will be health care personnel, healthcare facilities, emergency situation rooms, long-term care personnel, urgent care and primary care gain access to points.

On Monday, Gov. Pete Ricketts held a press conference to provide updates on Nebraskas work to slow the spread of coronavirus. Ricketts was joined by agents from the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to discuss Nebraskas strategy to administer coronavirus vaccinations when a vaccine becomes available.
“During much of stage one, the vaccine will be dispersed using Nebraskas existing Vaccines for Children provider network which includes health care companies, regional health departments, federally qualified health centers, community-based clinics, tribal health care and hospitals. We anticipate that vaccine supply will be limited early on and initial dosages will go to health care personnel in important populations,” Angie Ling, Department of Health and Human Services event commander said.In Phase 1, the presumption is that there will be a limited number of vaccines available.In the very first phase, Phase 1A, the priority will be healthcare workers, health centers, emergency rooms, long-term care staff, immediate care and main care gain access to points. NDHHS and regional health departments will change to a boost in COVID-19 vaccine supply and expand provider networks to get the vaccine to a broader population.

“During much of stage one, the vaccine will be distributed using Nebraskas existing Vaccines for Children supplier network which consists of health care suppliers, local health departments, federally qualified health centers, community-based clinics, tribal health care and health centers. We expect that vaccine supply will be restricted early on and initial doses will go to health care personnel in critical populations,” Angie Ling, Department of Health and Human Services event leader said.In Phase 1, the presumption is that there will be a restricted number of vaccines available.In the first stage, Phase 1A, the concern will be healthcare personnel, health centers, emergency rooms, long-term care personnel, immediate care and primary care gain access to points. NDHHS and regional health departments will adjust to an increase in COVID-19 vaccine supply and broaden provider networks to get the vaccine to a broader population.

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