The COVID-19 vaccine is right here in Nevada.

Nonetheless, with solely a small variety of doses initially accessible, not all Nevadans are but eligible to obtain the vaccine. Beneath, we have now answered as a lot of your questions as potential concerning the vaccine, from “The place do I fall on the state’s precedence record?” to “How will I do know that I’m eligible?” to “How do I do know the vaccine is protected?” and “The place will I am going to get the vaccine?”

All solutions beneath are primarily based on interviews with state and native immunization officers and well being care employees and publicly accessible sources from the state of Nevada, the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention and the Meals and Drug Administration.

This text shall be up to date as extra info on the COVID-19 vaccine turns into accessible. It was final up to date on: Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2021.

For extra on what number of doses of the vaccine Nevada has administered, please go to our COVID-19 information web page.

What’s the plan for vaccinating Nevadans?

The order through which Nevadans will obtain the COVID-19 vaccine is decided by the state’s vaccination playbook. The third model of the playbook, the latest, was launched on Jan. 11. You will discover it right here.

Underneath the state’s present plan, doses of the COVID-19 vaccine shall be administered in two “lanes” concurrently. One lane shall be for frontline and important workforce, whereas the opposite is for the overall inhabitants. It will enable the state to make sure that it’s vaccinating each high-priority sectors of the workforce which have frequent and sustained publicity to the general public whereas additionally vaccinating high-priority sectors of the overall inhabitants who’re most in danger for falling significantly in poor health from COVID-19.

When will well being care employees be vaccinated?

As a result of well being care employees already began to be vaccinated beneath what was often called “Tier 1” or “Part 1a” earlier than the state launched its new lane-based method in mid-January, they don’t seem to be included within the workforce lane beneath the present model of the state’s vaccination playbook. Nonetheless, all counties began vaccinating well being care employees in December and, whilst they proceed to vaccinate different teams, will proceed to vaccinate well being care employees who could not have already gotten vaccinated.

The well being care employee class consists of paid and non-paid scientific and nonclinical staff, volunteers, interns and others. The overall classes of well being care employees are as follows:

  • Basic medical and surgical hospitals
  • Psychiatric and substance abuse hospitals
  • Emergency medical companies personnel
  • Frontline public well being workforce
  • Lab employees
  • Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians
  • Outpatient and residential well being suppliers

Who shall be vaccinated after well being care employees?

On the high of the frontline and important workforce lane are individuals who work in public security and safety: Division of Corrections workers; regulation enforcement, public security and nationwide safety; and state and native emergency operations managers and workers.

That workforce group shall be adopted by employees who take part in frontline group help. On the high of that record are those that work in schooling, together with each pre-Ok and Ok-12, and childcare in public, personal and constitution college settings.

Concurrently the state is vaccinating the highest of the workforce, it’s going to even be vaccinating the highest of the overall inhabitants tier, beginning with Nevadans 70 years and older. As soon as that age group has been vaccinated, the state will vaccinate these 65-69. See the graphic beneath to search out the place within the state’s vaccination plan you fall:

For extra details about whether or not your home of employment falls beneath considered one of these classes, please see pages 4-Eight of this abstract doc from the state or hover over the query mark symbols within the graphic above.

Bear in mind: Underneath the lane-based system, your county might be specializing in vaccinating one occupational group, as an illustration, Ok-12 employees, and one basic inhabitants group, resembling these 70 and older, on the identical time. Counties will transfer via the lanes so as.

Which teams are at the moment being vaccinated?

Counties throughout Nevada are progressing via the vaccination lanes at totally different charges. We’ll maintain the beneath info up to date as typically as potential:

  • Carson Metropolis and Douglas, Lyon and Storey counties: As of Jan. 11, have been beginning to vaccinate educators (pre-Ok and Ok-12) and childcare in public, personal and constitution college settings, in addition to Nevada System of Larger Training educators, workers and college students. Well being care employees stay eligible for vaccination.
  • Clark County: As of Jan. 12, was solely taking appointments for “all Tier 1 Teams — First Dose” via the tip of the month. Tier 1, beneath variations 1.zero and a couple of.zero of the state’s vaccination playbook, included each well being care employees and public security personnel.
  • Washoe County: As of Jan. 9, was beginning to vaccinate educators (pre-Ok and Ok-12) and childcare in public, personal and constitution college settings. Well being care employees stay eligible for vaccination.

Immunize Nevada, a nonprofit group that’s working with the state on its COVID-19 vaccine rollout, has launched a county-specific COVID-19 web page (which yow will discover right here) with the most recent info on which teams are being vaccinated in every county. Officers have stated they plan to maintain the web page up to date with the most recent info on the standing of vaccinations in every county.

How do counties resolve when it’s time to vaccinate the following group?

At the moment, every precedence group inside a county is allotted vaccines equal to 80 p.c of the full group measurement earlier than shifting onto the following precedence group. As an illustration, a county shall be allotted 80 p.c of the doses wanted to vaccinate acute care facility workers earlier than teams additional down the record are given an allocation.

Nonetheless, if not sufficient individuals signal as much as obtain the vaccine throughout the present group to match the county’s allocation for the week, counties are given the pliability to start out vaccinating the following group. The precedence record is meant to provide counties steering about in what order they need to be vaccinating people.

When will aged individuals be vaccinated?

As famous above, Nevadans aged 70 and older are on the high of the “basic inhabitants” lane within the state’s vaccination plan. No counties have but formally introduced that they’re beginning to vaccinate these aged 70 and older, although vaccinations are anticipated to start within the close to future.

Washoe County Well being District, in an announcement on Jan. 12, stated that it was working with state and group companions “to plan out particular particulars on when that inhabitants can begin receiving vaccinations, however till that point it’s requested that everybody stay affected person.”

When will employees on the Strip get vaccinated?

Strip employees fall beneath the “frontline commerce and repair industries” group throughout the workforce lane, particularly beneath the “meals service and hospitality” class.

I’m able to do business from home, however I fall beneath one of many precedence important workforce tiers. Can I get vaccinated?

The state’s vaccination playbook says that individuals who can work remotely or social distance whereas performing work duties aren’t beneficial to obtain the COVID-19 vaccine within the preliminary prioritized rollouts, even when their workforce group is prioritized for vaccination.

When will individuals with pre-existing situations get vaccinated? What situations rely?

Nevadans beneath the age of 65 with pre-existing situations shall be vaccinated after aged Nevadans have been vaccinated. On the identical time, people with disabilities and people with homelessness will even be vaccinated.

“What’s actually vital is we do acknowledge these people with disabilities and quite a lot of high-risk situations that will not be particularly outlined by CDC, so we’re actually attempting to help that inhabitants as properly,” stated Candice McDaniel, well being bureau chief within the Bureau of Youngster, Household, and Neighborhood Wellness.

Pre-existing situations that qualify you to obtain the vaccine early are:

  • Most cancers
  • Persistent kidney illness
  • COPD (power obstructive pulmonary illness), cystic fibrosis, pulmonary fibrosis and different power lung illnesses
  • Down syndrome
  • Coronary heart situations, resembling coronary heart failure, coronary coronary heart illness or cardiomyopathies
  • Immunocompromised from strong organ transplant
  • Weight problems (physique mass index, BMI, of 30-39) and extreme weight problems (BMI of 40 or extra)
  • Being pregnant
  • Sickle cell illness
  • Kind 2 diabetes mellitus
  • Smoking

For extra detailed definitions of those illnesses, please view web page 9 of this doc or hover over the query mark symbols within the graphic within the “Who shall be vaccinated after well being care employees?” query. The state’s record is predicated on steering from the CDC, which you’ll be able to view right here, and is topic to vary.

How are vaccines being distributed statewide?

As famous above, vaccine distribution is occurring regionally, which signifies that doses are typically delivered to the world through which they’re going to be used. Counties are more likely to transfer via the vaccination lanes at totally different paces, relying on how shortly they’ve been capable of vaccinate every section of the inhabitants.

“We need to meet the person wants of a group, it’s actually vital, they usually know their communities greatest,” McDaniel stated. “After we take a look at this patchwork and the truth, persons are going to be at various locations of the construction.”

The vaccine rollout has, thus far, been slowest in Clark County, which state and county officers have attributed to the heavy carry of distributing the vaccine within the state’s largest county. State officers are working to strategize methods to greatest help the vaccination effort in Clark County.

Dr. Fermin Leguen, appearing well being officer for the Southern Nevada Well being District, in a Fb Reside with Rep. Susie Lee on Jan. 12 introduced that Clark County could be opening a “mega” vaccination web site at Cashman Heart by Jan. 14 or 15 that may administer between 3,000 and 4,000 doses a day of the vaccine. He stated that within the following one or two weeks, the well being district deliberate to maneuver to the Las Vegas Conference Heart to open one other “mega” vaccination web site, the place they are going to have the ability to administer about 4,000 vaccines a day.

Between these places and different current places, he anticipated Clark County would have the ability to administer between 40,000 and 45,000 vaccinations per week.

“Some counties are going to be shifting at a little bit totally different timeline than others,” stated Heidi Parker, government director of Immunize Nevada. “I believe that’s positively an vital level for individuals to notice is to make certain they’re following what’s occurring at their native county stage.”

Once more, for extra on which teams are at the moment being vaccinated in Nevada, please go to this web page, which Immunize Nevada officers plan to maintain up to date as extra info turns into accessible about who’s being vaccinated in every county. The Nevada Impartial additionally plans to maintain this info up to date beneath the “Which teams are at the moment being vaccinated?” query above.

How will I do know when it’s my flip to get vaccinated? 

Should you fall into one of many teams within the frontline and important workforce lane, you possibly can count on to listen to out of your employer with directions about when you qualify to get vaccinated, when it’s your flip to get vaccinated and the place to go to obtain your vaccine.

Should you fall into the overall inhabitants lane, you possibly can count on to listen to that it’s your flip to obtain the vaccine via a public consciousness marketing campaign. You additionally could obtain communication out of your main care physician, your native pharmacy or a well being care community that you’re a a part of.

Do I would like to enroll now to safe my place in line to get vaccinated?

No, there isn’t a official enroll record in case your group will not be at the moment being vaccinated. Well being officers strongly urge you to not contact your native well being division asking when it’s your flip to be vaccinated, as they’re getting inundated with questions, slowing down their potential to carry out important public well being features.

Is there something I can do now to enroll in details about when it’s my flip?

Sure, you possibly can fill out this vaccine curiosity type that’s being collected by the state Division of Public and Behavioral Well being. You’ll be able to count on to obtain some type of communication from state officers or from Immunize Nevada about when it’s your flip to be vaccinated.

State officers are additionally urging individuals to take this time to get educated concerning the vaccine, together with via Immunize Nevada’s web site.

“What I might say is endurance is vital,” McDaniel stated. “We’re not going to overlook anyone. However we do need to construct that schooling and that confidence.”

Dr. Andrew Pasternak, a household apply physician in Reno and president-elect of the Nevada State Medical Affiliation, can be urging individuals to become involved within the state’s vaccination operation via the Battle Born Medical Corps, if they’ve time to spare. The state, as an illustration, is working into limitations with the time-consuming means of getting into information into the state’s vaccination database, often called WebIZ. 

State immunization officers have stated that it takes two minutes for them to enter each vaccination into the database, sucking up hours of valuable time for vaccination officers.

“There are going to be quite a lot of alternatives for individuals to assist and also you don’t should be a medical particular person,” Pasternak stated.

How will I make an appointment? The place will I am going to obtain the vaccine?

It’s not but clear how you’ll make an appointment or who will administer the vaccine, as it’s going to probably rely via what avenue you might be getting the vaccine. 

In some instances, you may make an appointment along with your main care physician to get vaccinated. In different instances, you may make an appointment at your native CVS or Walgreens. Some counties can also have mass vaccination websites that may have their very own sign-up techniques.

Vaccinations might be provided both in a walk-up or drive-through setting, relying on the logistics of every distribution web site.

“To actually get this achieved, if we’re actually speaking about getting most likely shut to three million individuals vaccinated in Nevada, it’s not going to be simply anyone place,” Pasternak stated. “The extra mass vaccination drive-through clinics we will arrange for these vaccines, that’s going to be actually useful.”

How do I show I’m within the tier that’s at the moment being vaccinated?

Well being care employees have been requested to supply a medical badge to show their employment standing. Different employees could also be requested to supply a badge, pay stub or letter from their employer to show that they’re a part of the worker group at the moment being vaccinated.

“The vaccinators are extremely versatile. We don’t need there to be any limitations,” McDaniel stated. “Regulation enforcement are exhibiting their badges. Some are exhibiting their pay stubs. Some employers are writing letters. We hope to have guiding standards that claims these are nice methods to have that proof with out having a barrier.”

Aged people could also be requested to supply photograph identification to show their age. It isn’t but clear how individuals with out authorities identification, resembling undocumented people, shall be requested to show their age. McDaniel stated that the state is working with group teams who work with immigrant communities to determine the easiest way to confirm the age of these people who could not have conventional types of identification.

“It’s important to have interaction these group entities to have them inform us what’s the easiest way to do that as a result of we’re attempting to be equitable,” McDaniel stated. “We’re attempting to be very cognizant of their actuality.”

It’s also not but clear how people with pre-existing situations will show that they’ve one of many situations that qualifies them for early vaccination. Docs have famous that having to jot down particular person notes for every of their sufferers could be an onerous course of.

Will I’ve to pay out-of-pocket for the COVID vaccine?

No, the federal authorities has already paid for the COVID-19 vaccine, so the vaccine itself is offered freed from cost. You might be requested for an insurance coverage card, nonetheless, in order that the supplier vaccinating you possibly can invoice your insurance coverage firm for the price of offering the vaccination. Uninsured sufferers will nonetheless be offered the vaccination for gratis, and the supplier can enroll in a program via the federal authorities to recoup a number of the administrative prices of offering the vaccination.

Can I get the vaccine, no matter my immigration standing?

Sure. So far as privateness considerations, the state solely reviews mixture vaccination numbers to the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention, which suggests the federal authorities won’t obtain any details about who, particularly, in Nevada has gotten vaccinated.

Moreover, state rules defend info within the state’s immunization info system as confidential. Entry is restricted to well being care suppliers, baby care amenities, public colleges, techniques of upper schooling, the Division of Well being and Human Providers, insurance coverage corporations, baby welfare businesses and the Division of Corrections.

Do I must get vaccinated if I’ve had COVID-19?

Individuals who have recovered from COVID-19 are being requested to get vaccinated due to uncertainty about how lengthy pure immunity acquired after contracting the virus lasts. The state is at the moment recommending that anybody who’s 90 days previous the decision of their an infection to get vaccinated however are urging individuals to speak with their well being care suppliers for extra details about their particular person scenario.

What can I count on from the vaccination course of?

Parker famous that getting the COVID-19 vaccine will take a couple of further steps than the flu shot.

For one, she famous that there’s “much more paperwork” persons are going to get on the COVID-19 vaccine. That paperwork will embrace details about how to enroll in V-safe, which is the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention’s non-compulsory smartphone-based system that provides customized well being check-ins post-vaccination. It can additionally embrace details about the vaccine they acquired, whether or not Pfizer or Moderna, some paperwork from their vaccinator, and paperwork about when to return for his or her subsequent dose. 

They’ll additionally obtain a bodily vaccine card with a document of their first vaccination, which shall be wanted once they return for his or her second dose.

Vaccination websites shall be requiring social distancing and masks sporting. When it’s your flip, you’ll be requested some extra questions and to verify that you’re who you say you might be. The vaccination itself shall be fast just like the flu shot — only a shot within the arm — however you then’ll be directed to a ready space the place you’ll be requested to attend at the very least 15 minutes to observe for any rapid negative effects.

Can I select which vaccine I get?

Proper now, as a result of so little of the vaccine is at the moment accessible, most individuals aren’t going to have a alternative about which vaccine they get. Pasternak stated that, from his standpoint, the variations between the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine are delicate.

“If we have now two or three extra vaccines that come on-line, that’s the place I believe individuals most likely are going to need to speak extra about which vaccine is acceptable for them,” Pasternak stated.

How do we all know the vaccine is protected?

Based on Johns Hopkins College, not one of the vaccine trials have reported any critical security considerations. Pfizer and Moderna’s scientific trials have had totally unbiased security monitoring boards and security information is reviewed repeatedly by the Meals and Drug Administration and different consultants.

“Individuals ought to get the vaccine,” Pasternak stated. “I’ve gotten my first vaccine. My spouse, who’s an anesthesiologist, is getting her second dose — I’m very envious of her. One in all my good pals … he simply bought his second dose at this time. If I didn’t assume it was protected, I wouldn’t be getting it.”

Pasternak stated it’s okay to be nervous concerning the vaccine and urged anybody with any questions to speak to their main care physician or different native docs they know and belief.

He additionally beneficial that people who’ve a bunch they’d like to coach concerning the vaccine — resembling a office or a church — attain out to native docs to see in the event that they’d be keen to take part in a Zoom vaccination schooling session.

“We’re right here that will help you. We’re a part of your group. We’re getting the vaccine. We don’t need to inform individuals you must get this, we wish individuals to ask questions and really feel comfy with it,” Pasternak stated.

What are the negative effects of the COVID vaccine?

Frequent negative effects embrace sore arm, fever, muscle ache and fatigue that resolve inside 24 hours after receiving the vaccine. For most individuals the negative effects shall be a little bit bit greater than a flu shot, although it varies, Pasternak stated. Normally, the second shot has tended to hit individuals more durable, when it comes to negative effects, than the primary.

Ought to I be nervous about taking the vaccine if I undergo from extreme allergic reactions?

Some individuals who have taken the vaccine have skilled extreme allergic reactions to the Pfizer vaccine, although these reactions have been efficiently handled and people people recovered. At the moment, the CDC recommends that individuals who have had a extreme or rapid allergic response to any ingredient within the vaccines (listed beneath) don’t get the COVID-19 vaccine. In addition they suggest that anybody who has an instantaneous allergic response to the primary dose of the COVID-19 vaccine not get their second dose.

The CDC recommends that individuals with a historical past of extreme allergic reactions unrelated to vaccines, together with to meals or pets, nonetheless get the vaccine. However anybody with extreme allergic reactions involved about allergic reactions to the vaccine ought to speak to a physician.

“For somebody who does have extreme allergic reactions, I’m telling them to speak to their physicians and go over issues,” Pasternak stated. “Finally, we’ll have extra information popping out within the subsequent couple of weeks.”

Normally, you possibly can count on to have to attend 15-30 minutes after getting the vaccine on the location the place you acquired it to just remember to don’t expertise any allergic reactions.

Am I protected against COVID-19 after my first shot?

Whereas research present that the primary dose of the vaccine presents some safety, you aren’t thought-about totally protected till after you get your second shot. That’s why it’s best to return on your second dose until a vaccination supplier or physician tells you to not. The second dose is often administered 21 to 28 days after the primary shot, relying on which vaccine you acquired. (Pfizer’s second dose is given in three weeks; Moderna’s is 4.)

It’s vital to notice that whereas the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines each require two pictures, future vaccines could solely require one shot.

Can I cease sporting a masks and social distancing as soon as I get the vaccine?

No, you should maintain sporting a masks and training social distancing at the very least within the rapid future. Proper now, scientists know that the vaccine is efficient at stopping individuals from falling in poor health from COVID-19. Nonetheless, they don’t know whether or not it really stops individuals from carrying and transmitting the virus, although the problem is present process examine. Meaning that there’s a chance that even when you’ve got been vaccinated you could possibly nonetheless move the virus to an unvaccinated beloved one or good friend.

Pasternak stated that whereas most vaccines each stop you from getting sick and from transmitting the virus, not all do. The polio vaccine, as an illustration, stops illness however doesn’t stop transmission.

“Individuals say, ‘Oh, properly if the vaccine doesn’t stop illness, why get it?’” Pasternak stated. “For Polio, it nonetheless helps.”

And keep in mind: Regardless that the vaccines are thought-about 95 p.c efficient, that also signifies that 1 in 20 individuals who get the vaccine won’t change into proof against it. (Pfizer’s is 95 p.c efficient at stopping symptomatic COVID-19 an infection; Moderna’s is 94.1 p.c efficient.)

Will the vaccine give me COVID?

No, you possibly can’t get COVID-19 by taking the COVID-19 vaccine. 

“There’s no means you will get COVID from this,” Pasternak stated.

Not one of the COVID-19 vaccines in improvement in the US use a reside or inactivated COVID-19 virus, although these varieties of vaccines are generally used to guard in opposition to different viruses.

Reside vaccines are used to guard in opposition to measles, mumps and rubella, smallpox and chickenpox. Inactivated vaccines are used to guard in opposition to Hepatitis A, the flu, polio and rabies.

Nonetheless, it’s vital to notice that it’s going to take a while on your physique to construct up immunity in opposition to COVID-19 after you obtain the vaccine, so you could possibly nonetheless fall in poor health with the virus in case you are contaminated earlier than or simply after vaccination. That’s why it’s vital that you just proceed to put on a masks and social distance.

What’s an mRNA vaccine?

In contrast to different vaccines that put a reside or inactivated virus into our our bodies to set off an immune response, mRNA vaccines give our physique a tiny piece of genetic materials often called messenger RNA. 

That mRNA comprises directions for methods to construct a innocent portion of a viral protein to show our our bodies methods to struggle the virus. When our cells encounter the mRNA, they manufacture that innocent protein. When the cell shows that protein on its floor, the physique triggers an immune response, producing antibodies and activating T-cells to struggle off the protein. That signifies that when our physique encounters the true viral protein, it acknowledges it and already is aware of methods to defeat the virus.

The mRNA, nonetheless, doesn’t alter or modify your DNA in any means. As soon as your physique makes the innocent protein, the cell breaks down the mRNA and disposes of it throughout the cell. The mRNA by no means enters the cell’s nucleus, the place DNA is saved.

Pasternak in contrast it to a citadel inside a village surrounded by a moat. The mRNA will get into the village but it surely by no means crosses the moat into the citadel, the place the DNA lives.

Whereas mRNA vaccines are a brand new expertise, early stage scientific trials utilizing mRNA vaccines have been carried out for different viruses, together with the flu, Zika, rabies and cytomegalovirus.

Does the vaccine work on the brand new pressure of COVID?

Scientists are hopeful that the at the moment licensed vaccines will work in opposition to new strains of COVID-19, together with the brand new, extremely transmissible UK and South Africa strains.

One non-peer reviewed examine from researchers at Pfizer and the College of Texas Medical Department discovered that the vaccine appears to work in opposition to one of many mutations in each strains, often called N501Y. The CEO of the German pharmaceutical firm BioNTech, which partnered with Pfizer on its vaccine, has stated the corporate is “assured” that the vaccine shall be efficient in opposition to the brand new strains. 

What elements are within the vaccine?

Each the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are made with out preservatives, which consultants say really makes their ingredient lists a lot less complicated than that of different vaccines. It’s additionally why they have to be fastidiously saved in temperature-controlled settings. 

“One of many good issues about these vaccines is that they’re fairly easy,” Pasternak stated. “It’s a reasonably clear vaccine.”

Listed here are the complete lists of elements for every vaccine.

Pfizer vaccine:

  • mRNA
  • lipids or fat: ((4-hydroxybutyl)azanediyl)bis(hexane-6,1-diyl)bis(2- hexyldecanoate), 2-[(polyethylene glycol)-2000]-N,N-ditetradecylacetamide, 1,2-distearoyl-snglycero-3-phosphocholine, and ldl cholesterol)
  • potassium chloride
  • monobasic potassium phosphate
  • sodium chloride
  • dibasic sodium phosphate dihydrate
  • sucrose

Moderna vaccine:

  • mRNA
  • Lipids or fat: (SM-102, 1,2-dimyristoyl-rac-glycero3-methoxypolyethylene glycol-2000 [PEG2000-DMG], ldl cholesterol, and 1,2-distearoyl-snglycero-3-phosphocholine [DSPC])
  • tromethamine
  • tromethamine hydrochloride
  • acetic acid
  • sodium acetate
  • sucrose

There isn’t a microchip in any of the COVID-19 vaccines. The state of Nevada has a regulation in opposition to pressured microchipping. You’ll be able to learn extra concerning the elements within the COVID-19 vaccine and what they’re used for right here.

Will there be greater than two COVID-19 vaccines?

Proper now, solely the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are authorised for distribution within the U.S., although there are dozens of others within the works. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine, as an illustration, is anticipated to launch outcomes from its scientific trial in January. As a result of it’s a totally different form of vaccine, often called an adenovirus-based vaccine, it’s anticipated to be extra steady than the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. It additionally solely requires one dose, not two.

Who developed the vaccine plan in Nevada and nationally?

Nationally, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices has been placing ahead suggestions on the COVID-19 vaccine. The state’s vaccination playbook is basically constructed on that steering, with enter from scientific and public well being workers on the Division of Well being and Human Providers, the governor’s workplace, incapacity advocacy teams, and others.

If, after studying this text and visiting the hyperlinks for extra info referenced in it, you can’t discover the reply to your COVID-19 vaccination query, please e-mail [email protected]. We’ll both try and reply your query over e-mail or put it aside for a future replace to this story.