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Covid-19 Update - 2/17/21

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

This Saturday will be our largest Covid-19 vaccine clinic to date. We anticipate administering over 500 first doses to phase 1b individuals. This will more than double those in phase 1b that have started the vaccination course, and leaves over 300 individuals who have completed our interest survey that still need the first dose. We will also begin second doses for phase 1b. We do not know when we will receive phase 1c (including vaccines for essential workers) allocations but we will make those available as soon as possible. I appreciate how kind everyone has been to our staff. Their giving of their time is a testament to how much they care for you. The vaccine clinics continue to run smooth and efficiently. Thank you for your part in making that happen.

Our county Covid activity continues to lesson, but there remains much for us to do. I encourage you to think of your neighbors and others around you and wear a mask around them, stay home if you are sick, cough into your elbow as opposed to your hands, and wash your hands frequently.

Gregory S. Hanson, MD


Clark Fork Valley Hospital

CFVH Covid-19 Vaccination Interest Survey

The purpose of this survey is to accumulate a list of eligible Sanders County, Montana residents who are ready to get their Covid-19 vaccine when it becomes available for Phase 1b and 1c distribution. We hope that by identifying those wanting to get the vaccine, it will help us secure the correct amount of dosages as well as streamline our scheduling process to alleviate the number of scheduling inquiries received by our Family Medicine Network offices. Click the button below to learn more and/or complete the survey.

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