MENDOCINO Co., 12/22/20 — The Pfizer COVID vaccine arrived in Mendocino County last week, and while it won’t be available to the general public until some time in 2021, many people have questions about how the vaccines were developed, how they work, and how the vaccination effort will be rolled out. On December 21, Mendocino Voice’s Adrian Fernandez Baumann spoke with Matthew D’Anis, director of pharmacy at Adventist Health Howard Memorial via Zoom, who shared a presentation about the new coronavirus vaccines, and took questions from viewers.
We’ve included the full video below, it runs about 1 hour and 15 minutes, and includes a variety of different topics related to the COVID-19 vaccines.
Hello. There is a lack of clarity in the reportage of the Mendocino Covid statistics.
The numbers have increased, but how many people in Ft. Bragg have Covid?
The most specific info provided by the county is by zip code — as of today, there are 14 active cases in the Fort Bragg zip code. You can find the active cases by zip code at the bottom of this page: https://www.mendocinocounty.org/community/novel-coronavirus/covid-19-case-data
I’m a Dental Hygienist in Ukiah and I’m wondering how we will be notified and who will notify me when it is my turn to be vaccinated
How many doses were administered in Mendocino County as of the evening of Dec 24th?
Have all 970 doses delivered a week ago been shot into people’s arms?
If not, specifically, why can’t we get production lines in a protected area where 300 people a day get vaccinated?