Bay County Announces This Week’s COVID-19 Supply Already Spoken For

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BAY COUNTY, FL – Bay County Emergency Services reported on Monday that their small supply of 2,000 COVID-19 vaccines have already been allocated and all appointments have been filled for the entire week.

All COVID-19 vaccine appointments filled for this week. DOH-Bay received a small supply of 2,000 vaccines in our initial shipment. 500 of those are allocated to our first responders. Based on the current supplies we scheduled to our capacity of 100 appointments a day for Tuesday, January 5 – Friday, January 8 and 75 appointments every 2 hours on Saturday at our offsite event,” the department said. “Some of our supplies will also be used to vaccinate healthcare providers. Appointment availability is based on the number of available doses. When additional vaccines are received, DOH-Bay will let the public know and open additional appointment slots. Please be patient as we are committed to get COVID-19 vaccines to our community.”


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