Allegheny County Health Department begins vaccinating people 65 years of age or older at Monroville Clinic

Allegheny County Health Department announced Friday that individuals 65 years of age or older will be able to vaccinate at its clinic in Monroeville, starting Monday, and officials said an appointment is required for the site, and appointments will be very limited as the Ministry of Health continues to vaccinate eligible and returning health care workers. For the second link in the vaccination series. Allegheny County spokeswoman Amy Downs confirmed that the appointment links provided by the Center for Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) were posted at 7:16 pm on Friday and all available appointments were filled in within minutes. “This was first notified by Allegheny Alerts and it appears that all available time slots have been claimed. Users may try to find an appointment on the Monroeville POD on another day and may come back often to see if an appointment is available or not, tweet from Allegheny County Health Department said Friday evening.Click here to register for Allegheny Alerts. This week the Pennsylvania Department of Health announced that Phase 1A of its vaccination plan has been expanded to include anyone age 65 or older and 16 to 64 with certain health conditions. Because the number of vaccines remains limited, ACHD said it is currently unable to provide vaccines for those between the ages of 16 and 64 with certain health conditions. Until supply increases, individuals in this category are encouraged to speak with their primary care provider. Their about other options for getting vaccinated.The ACHD Clinic is located inside the DoubleTree Hotel in Monroeville.The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. by appointment only. Denied people without appointments, individuals 65 years of age or older and qualified healthcare workers can register for appointments for the week of January 25 using the links below: 25: https://cw2-pennsylvania-production.herokuapp.com/clinic / private_registration / uJ3AgvJan. 26: https://cw2-pennsylvania-production.herokuapp.com/clinic/private_registration/g1cCdNJan. 27: https://cw2-pennsylvania-production.herokuapp.com/clinic/private_registration/wPuDhOJan. 28: https://cw2-pennsylvania-production.herokuapp.com/clinic/private_registration/2G0meFJan. 29: https://cw2-pennsylvania-production.herokuapp.com/clinic/private_registration/pY84VxvJan. 30: https://cw2-pennsylvania-production.herokuapp.com/clinic/private_registration/QJDATK If there are no slots available for a particular day, users will be taken to the Palestinian Health Department to obtain evidence of the COVID vaccine. This guide contains an eligibility test and a map to assist individuals in locating a vaccine provider. If someone canceled a specific appointment, their appointment will be available. If users are unable to keep the vaccination appointment, please cancel or reschedule the appointment in order to make the appointment available for someone else. Vaccine registration system will not work on Internet Explorer but it does work on other web browsers. Users will be asked about insurance during enrollment, but insurance is not required for vaccine. The vaccine will be provided free of charge. The above links connect users to the PrepMod scheduling system used by ACHD and PA DOH. If the vaccination box is available for a specific day, the link will be redirected to a page titled “Vaccine Registration – DoubleTree Monroeville” with the clinic date. Individuals will be able to enter their information and decide when to vaccinate. Choosing a vaccination time is the last step in the registration process. After scheduling an appointment, users will receive a confirmation email at the address provided during registration. The email address is not required for registration but is highly suggested as the second dose reminders will be emailed. At this time, ACHD does not have the ability to schedule vaccine appointments over the phone. Once this capability becomes available, the Ministry of Health will announce the phone number. In the clinic (POD), individuals will be required to provide verification of their ages, or work if they are a healthcare worker. Anyone who is unable to provide verification, who is under 65 years of age or not a qualified healthcare worker will be rejected. Signing up for a vaccination appointment when a person does not fit the criteria intentionally cancels appointments from others in the community who need appointments. It also hinders vaccination efforts in the health department. Individuals are requested not to register for an appointment on the Monroeville POD if they do not meet the criteria. Individuals who have received a first dose of vaccine through a different vaccine provider should not use the links above to schedule a second dose of vaccine on the Monroeville POD. Alternatively, contact the vaccination provider who administered the first dose to arrange the second dose. More information about COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination efforts in Allegheny County is available at www.alleghenycounty.us/COVIDvaccine. To receive updates about vaccination efforts in Allegheny County, sign up to subscribe to COVID-19 vaccine information at Allegheny Alerts at www.alleghenycounty.us/alerts.

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Allegheny County Department of Health announced Friday that individuals 65 years of age or older will be able to get vaccinated at Monroville Clinic, starting Monday.

Officials said setting a date is required for the site, and appointments will be very limited as the Ministry of Health continues to vaccinate qualified healthcare workers and returnees for the second shot in the vaccination series.

TAllegheny County spokeswoman Amy Downs confirmed that the appointment links provided by ACHD were posted at 7:16 p.m. Friday and all available appointments were filled in within minutes.

“This was first notified by Allegheny Alerts and it appears that all available time slots have been claimed. Users may try to find an appointment on the Monroeville POD on another day and may come back often to see if an appointment is available or not, tweet from Allegheny County Health Department said Friday evening.

Click here to register for Allegheny Alerts.

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This week the Pennsylvania Department of Health announced that Stage 1A of its vaccination plan has been expanded to include anyone 65 years of age or older and 16 to 64 with specific health conditions.

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With the number of vaccines still limited, ACHD said it is currently unable to provide vaccines for those between the ages of 16 and 64 with certain health conditions. Until the supply increases, individuals in this category are encouraged to talk with their primary care provider about other options for receiving the vaccine.

The ACHD Clinic is located within the DoubleTree Hotel in Monroeville.

The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 7 PM and on Saturdays from 8:30 AM to 5 PM by appointment only. Those who do not have appointments will be rejected.

Individuals age 65 or older and qualified healthcare workers can register for appointments for the week beginning January 25 using the links below:

25 January: https://cw2-pennsylvania-production.herokuapp.com/clinic/private_registration/uJ3Agv

January 26: https://cw2-pennsylvania-production.herokuapp.com/clinic/private_registration/g1cCdN

January 27: https://cw2-pennsylvania-production.herokuapp.com/clinic/private_registration/wPuDhO

January 28: https://cw2-pennsylvania-production.herokuapp.com/clinic/private_registration/2G0meF

January 29: https://cw2-pennsylvania-production.herokuapp.com/clinic/private_registration/pY84Vxv

January 30: https://cw2-pennsylvania-production.herokuapp.com/clinic/private_registration/QJDATK

If there are no boxes available for a particular day, users will be transferred to the Palestinian Authority’s Ministry of Health’s COVID Vaccine Getting Directory. This guide contains an eligibility test and a map to assist individuals in locating a vaccine provider.

If someone canceled a specific appointment, their appointment will be available. If users are unable to keep the vaccination appointment, please cancel or reschedule the appointment to present the appointment to someone else.

Vaccine registration system will not work on Internet Explorer but it does work on other web browsers. Users will be asked about insurance during enrollment, but insurance is not required for vaccine. The vaccine will be provided free of charge.

The above links connect users to the PrepMod scheduling system used by ACHD and PA DOH. If the vaccination box is available for a specific day, the link will be redirected to a page titled “Vaccine Registration – DoubleTree Monroeville” with the clinic date. Individuals will be able to enter their information and decide when to vaccinate. Choosing a vaccination time is the last step in the registration process. After scheduling an appointment, users will receive a confirmation email at the address provided during registration.

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The email address is not required for registration but is highly suggested as the second dose reminders will be emailed. At this time, ACHD does not have the ability to schedule vaccine appointments over the phone. Once this capability becomes available, the Ministry of Health will announce the phone number.

In the clinic (POD), individuals will be required to provide verification of their ages, or work if they are a healthcare worker. Anyone who is unable to provide verification, who is under 65 years of age or not a qualified healthcare worker will be rejected. Signing up for a vaccination appointment when a person does not fit the criteria intentionally cancels appointments from others in the community who need appointments. It also hinders vaccination efforts in the health department. Individuals are requested not to register for an appointment on the Monroeville POD if they do not meet the criteria.

Individuals who have received a first dose of vaccine through a different vaccine provider should not use the links above to schedule a second dose of vaccine on the Monroeville POD. Alternatively, contact the vaccination provider who administered the first dose to arrange the second dose.

More information about COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination efforts in Allegheny County is available at www.alleghenycounty.us/COVIDvaccine. To receive updates about vaccination efforts in Allegheny County, sign up for the COVID-19 Vaccine Information subscription to Allegheny Alerts at www.alleghenycounty.us/alerts.

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