Miller Report: Vaccines arrive in Mendocino County

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2 thoughts on “Miller Report: Vaccines arrive in Mendocino County

  1. When can the general public get it? I called Suite A yesterday and they told me June and I found that alarming since I am in my 70’s and have underlying conditions.

  2. What does ” ‘prioritizing the most vulnerable people and front line HCWs and emergency service first responders,’ Coren said.” mean? Specifically, what does “the most vulnerable people” mean? The quote places them ahead of ” ‘front line HCWs and emergency service first responders,’ Coren said.” I doubt that is happening.

    In my opinion, the most vulnerable people are elderly people with underlying conditions. Of all races. Does Dr. Coren agree? If not, who does he define as the most vulnerable people? I suspect that front line HCWs and emergency service first responders are getting the vaccine, but not elderly people with underlying conditions.

    A curious reporter – and editor – would get clarification from Dr. Coren and report to the public. And if the elderly with underlying conditions are in fact getting the vaccine, I have not read any articles or heard any news from Mendocino County saying so.

    I suspect that Dr. Coren’s assertion that the Mendocino County Health Department is “prioritizing the most vulnerable people” was not true when he said it and is not true now.

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