Humboldt County Public Health will be holding Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination clinics on March 31st and April 1st at the Humboldt County Fairgrounds.
Eligibility is still restricted to those who are 65+, essential workers and/or those with pre-existing conditions. See the HCMH link below for full eligibility information. Appointments are first come, first served and are mandatory for those who are eligible to be able to receive the vaccine. Prior to your appointment, completing the ‘1st dose vaccine form’ is also mandatory.
Those with questions are encouraged to contact Humboldt County Public Health at 515-332-2492 or go to humboldthospital.org
Click here to see the eligibility requirements: https://www.humboldthospital.org/news-events/humboldt-county-covid-19-vaccine?fbclid=IwAR2k-s3tvhHEzg2hHinfEamlzyEfkqH3b1nDF8x63sQO97NHRCXHd4e1b7I
Click here to set up your appointment:https://login.nowaitinside.com/#/booking/eHSwUCTqcSwsmZAJqjgreI8g
Click here to see the full KHBT news story about the event: https://977thebolt.com/2021/03/humboldt-county-receives-large-allocation-of-pfizer-vaccine/
On Wednesday May 19th, the Humboldt County Historical Museum is introducing a seasonal display this year called “WE WANT YOU TO SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY!”: Clubs and Organizations of Humboldt County. There will be an open house event for the opening of the display. Displays will be in the Millhouse and Clancy building and cover the history of the clubs and organizations that served throughout the county’s history. Clubs range from study clubs to service clubs. The Millhouse and Clancy building will be open to walk through and see the other displays as well! A $5 donation to the museum is the price of admittance.