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OC HCA – Press Release – County of Orange Prepares for First Allocation of COVID-19 Vaccine

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(加利福尼亚州圣安娜)-加利福尼亚公共卫生部(CDPH)于2020年12月1日通知奥兰治县卫生官员,OC卫生保健机构(HCA)应做好准备,以接受25,350剂辉瑞生产的COVID -19号疫苗将于2020年12月15日发布。HCA将通过CDPH社区疫苗制定的多阶段计划第1a阶段的一部分,将此初始供应品分配给奥兰治县(OC)医院,以优先处理其高危医疗保健人员咨询委员会。

第二区橙县监督委员会主席米歇尔·斯蒂尔(Michelle Steel)表示:“ COVID-19尚未结束,但第一批疫苗将有助于阻止该病毒的传播。”

尽管第1a阶段优先考虑卫生保健工作者,但是由于数量有限,当地医院将需要确定其雇员中哪些人群感染该病毒的风险更高。这可能包括在急诊部门或重症监护室工作的人员。 HCA将提供第一批运往已准备好进行疫苗接种的奥兰治县(OC)医院的疫苗。

“疫苗是我们战胜COVID-19的关键,”第一区副主席安德鲁·杜说。 “在一线照顾病人的医疗保健专业人员将获得第一轮疫苗。根据国家的指示,进一步分配将基于风险,角色和公平性的优先级。我们还将与当地医院和诊所合作,将疫苗分发给公众。”

HCA目前正在评估准备情况,其中包括已登记在加利福尼亚州的COVIDReadi系统中,以及是否能够根据疫苗制造商的建议安全地存储,运输和管理疫苗。此外,医院必须证明他们有计划在收到疫苗后5天内分配所有疫苗剂量。

第三区主管唐·瓦格纳(Don Wagner)说:“重要的是让公众保持知情权,以便做出正确的决定。” “通过教育,我们希望为我们的社区提供战胜COVID-19所需的全部资源。”

如果美国食品和药物管理局(FDA)批准了疫苗的紧急使用授权,则第一批货物是CDPH计划分配的1a阶段剂量中的几批之一。如果获得批准,预计将在本月底之前到达额外的剂量,这些剂量预计将是辉瑞和Moderna生产的疫苗的组合。

“疫苗分发的第一阶段将保护我们的医护人员,因此他们可以安全地照顾其他人,”第四区主管Doug Chaffee说。

随着疫苗剂量的增加,预计在12月下旬至2021年初,将有更多的1a期人群预期疫苗的供应,其中包括长期护理设施的居民,其中包括熟练的护理设施和辅助生活设施,他们将协调通过CDC提供的全国零售药房获得剂量。到2021年春季,COVID-19疫苗可能会更容易为普通大众所用。

第五区主管丽莎·巴特利特(Lisa Bartlett)表示:“我们的目标是按照州指示,尽快将疫苗分发给当地医院。” “疫苗的分发将需要在物流方面与我们的医院进行大量协调,我很高兴看到已经在努力确保顺利和安全的分发过程。”

有关更多信息,请访问CovidVaccineFacts.com。

要查看CDPH社区疫苗咨询委员会针对加利福尼亚地方卫生部门的1a阶段指南,请访问https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/CDPH%20Document%20Library/COVID-19/Community-Vaccine -Advisory-Committee-presentation_11-30-2020v6.pdf。

###(Santa Ana, CA) — County of Orange health officials were notified by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) on December 1, 2020 that the OC Health Care Agency (HCA) should make preparations to receive 25,350 doses of Pfizer-manufactured COVID-19 vaccine on December 15, 2020. The HCA will distribute this initial supply to Orange County (OC) hospitals for prioritization of their high-risk health care workers as part of Phase 1a of a multi-phased plan developed through the CDPH Community Vaccine Advisory Committee.

“COVID-19 isn’t over yet,” said Chairwoman of the Orange County Board of Supervisors Michelle Steel, Second District, “but this first batch of vaccines will help stop the spread of the virus.”

Though Phase 1a prioritizes health care workers, local hospitals will need to determine which segments of their employee population are at higher risk for contracting the virus due to this limited quantity. This may include those who work in emergency departments or intensive care units. The HCA will provide the first shipment to Orange County (OC) hospitals that are prepared and ready to administer the vaccines.

“The vaccines are pivotal in our efforts to defeat COVID-19,” said Vice Chairman Andrew Do, First District. “Healthcare professionals, being on the frontline caring for the sick, will receive the first round of the vaccines. Further distribution, as directed by the State, will be by priorities based on risk, role, and equity. We will also work with local hospitals and clinics to distribute the vaccines to the general public.”

The HCA is currently assessing readiness, which includes enrollment in the State of California’s COVIDReadi system and ability to safely store, transport and administer the vaccines in compliance with the vaccine manufacturer’s recommendations. Additionally, hospitals must attest that they have a plan to distribute all vaccine doses within 5 days of receipt.

“It is important the public stay informed to make the right decision,” said Supervisor Don Wagner, Third District. “With education, we hope to give our community all the resources they need to move forward in fighting COVID-19.”

This first shipment is one of several in a planned allotment of Phase 1a doses from the CDPH if the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves an Emergency Use Authorization for the vaccines. The additional doses, which are expected to be a combination of Pfizer and Moderna-manufactured vaccines, are slated to arrive by the end of the month if this approval is granted.

“The first phase of vaccine distribution will protect our healthcare workers, so they may safely care for others,” said Supervisor Doug Chaffee, Fourth District.

As more doses of vaccine become available, a greater portion of the Phase 1a population can anticipate vaccine availability in late December into early 2021. This includes residents of long-term care facilities, which includes skilled nursing facilities and assisted living facilities, who will coordinate obtaining doses through national retail pharmacies being supplied by the CDC. COVID-19 vaccine is likely to become more readily accessible to the general public in the spring of 2021.

“Our goal is to get the vaccine distributed to local hospitals, in accordance with State directives, as quickly as possible,” said Supervisor Lisa Bartlett, Fifth District. “Distribution of the vaccine is going to require significant coordination with our hospitals in terms of logistics, and I am pleased to see that efforts are already underway to ensure a smooth and secure distribution process.”

For more information, please visit CovidVaccineFacts.com.

To view the CDPH Community Vaccine Advisory Committee’s Phase 1a Guidelines for California Local Health Departments, please visit www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/CDPH%20Document%20Library/COVID-19/Community-Vaccine-Advisory-Committee-presentation_11-30-2020v6.pdf.

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