County of Ventura: Covid 19 Update January 19, 2021

An Important Message from the County of Ventura:
Vaccine Update: Effective immediately those 75 and older can register to be vaccinated in Ventura County. You must live in Ventura County, show proof of residency and proof of age upon arrival at the appointment. Appointments can be accessed at the following link: A hotline will also be launched later in the week for appointments by phone.
View phase information at the following link:
COVID-19 Information covering Saturday, Sunday, Monday:
There are 4,490 new cases for today, 37,906 additional tests, and 24 additional deaths: 30 year old male, 80 year old male, 91 year old female, 100 year old female, 91 year old female, 99 year old female, 88 year old male, 86 year old male, 93 year old male, 84 year old female, 81 year old female, 83 year old male, 63 year old female, 61 year old female, 96 year old female, 52 year old male, 75 year old male, 90 year old male, 84 year old female, 87 year old male, 94 year old female, 80 year old male, 66 year old male, and a 92 year old female. Our thoughts are with the families of those who have passed away and the medical team that cared for each one of these community members.
Please help slow the spread of COVID-19. Wear a mask, social distance, do not gather and wash hands frequently.


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Another false alarm? brings you to the form you must submit to make an appointment. Although those over 75 are mentioned as being eligible in other parts of the document, they are not identified in the appointment section as being eligible.

COVID-19 vaccine is currently being prioritized for the following people:
Phase 1A

Tier 1
– Acute care, psychiatric and correctional facility hospitals
– Skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and similar settings for older or medically vulnerable individuals
– Paramedics, EMTs and others providing emergency medical services
– Dialysis centers

Tier 2
– Intermediate care facilities for persons who need non-continuous nursing supervision and supportive care
– Home health care and in-home supportive services
– Community health workers, including promotoras
– Public health field staff
– Primary Care clinics, including Federally Qualified Health Centers, Rural Health Centers, correctional facility clinics, and urgent care clinics

Tier 3
-Specialty clinics
– Laboratory workers
– Dental and other oral health clinics
– Pharmacy staff not working in settings at higher tiers
By clicking this box, I attest that I belong to a subgroup of the population that is currently being prioritized by the local and state department of public health for COVID-19 vaccination.

Please bring proof of eligibility to the appointment. Anyone who shows up for an appointment and are not from a qualified phase and tier priority group will be denied a vaccine.