Since the vaccine for Covid is out and the doses are successfully regulating in different states and countries, the first priority was given to aged people, above 60 years of age. But looking at the present pandemic situations, the doses are now made compulsory for health workers and the educational staff too.
In recent news from East Idaho, it was seen that all the preparation to start the vaccine doses for teachers is already at pace. Idaho’s teachers and K-12 staff members are lined up for the doses next in February.
Many people are still doubting the vaccine while many others are supporting it fully. You should know the importance of this vaccine and wait for your turn to take it. Know all the details of when and how will these doses be given to the teaching staff in Idaho, What all arrangements are made by the government, in the article below.
When and How Doses will be given:
A small unit of teachers in Idaho has already taken the vaccine doses. Where the state is still making plans about the priority in doses, the first priority will still be the same for health workers and care centers.
Probably, tier two of the vaccine will be given in February successfully. Tier two will be for K-12 teachers, bus drivers, aged people above 70 years, school staff members, grocery store members, and other caretakers. You can check the state’s chart illustrating a detailed list of who will be getting the doses in the second phase.
Health and Welfare Administrator Elke Shaw-Tulloch, in her recent interview, said that “Teachers and school staff do not come in the first phase of the vaccine doses but it is also seen that some providers have already distributed the vaccine doses out there.”
The state has managed to give 20,843 doses till now. Health and Welfare Director Dave Jeppesen appreciated the efforts of the countrymen who came out with the vaccine so quickly.
Doses will be given in two phases. The people getting themselves registered for the first doses will get their dates for the second one too. The second dose will be received after 3 straight weeks after getting the first dose.
Gov. Brad Little and Jeppesen in his recent interview said that the state is trying its best to slow down the virus spread. For this, the neediest and vulnerable sections are focus first.
During a telephonic town hall meeting, Little said that we all are eager to come out of this pandemic situation, and for this, we have already started vaccinating people.
You don’t have to pay for the vaccine. All the expenses will be taken care of by the health insurance and government.
The vaccine will not be forced on everyone. No law is imposed on the doses to be taken by individuals.
About 20,000 doses are being regulated per week for the health workers of Idaho. State hopes to get this number gear up soon so that all can get the doses on time.
New doses are expected to be shipped by Monday. Central district health received 8,885 doses of Pfizer BioNTech vaccine shipped by December 14. Those doses were distributed to various health centers like Saint Alphonsus Health System, St. Like’s Health System, etc, stated CDH.
Shaw-Tulloch in his recent interview stated that We are expecting a full week’s support from the people out there so that the second phase can be planned off well. He also stated that we are trying our best to work with patience and positivity. The process is not perfect, the process is not uniform but it will require support and patience from people.
State Epidemiologist Christine Hahn pointed out a major issue that all the vaccines are prioritized for aged people and health care workers only, there is no vaccine for the children yet.
Hope this campaign of vaccination goes well in the coming days. Idaho’s staff will successfully be getting the vaccine soon. Visit your nearest medical health care centers for more knowledge.