Shipments of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine allocation has been delayed due to extreme weather conditions across the country. Both Pima and Coconino counties have announced canceled vaccine appointments.
Coconino County and some of its vaccination partners have been forced to cancel Monday, Feb. 22 and Tuesday, Feb. 23 first dose appointments.
Several COVID-19 vaccination sites in Coconino County are impacted including North Country HealthCare, Fort Tuthill County Park, Banner Page, Northwoods, Safeway – Williams, Canyonlands Healthcare, Northern Arizona Healthcare (Flagstaff Medical Center) Elks Lodge, Northern Arizona University, and Encompass Health Services. Those with first dose appointments that are affected will be contacted directly by the vaccination site where they are scheduled. Individuals with first dose appointments at the Coconino County Fort Tuthill vaccination site will receive an email with instructions on rescheduling.
At this time, the only site with second doses impacted is North Country HealthCare. The impacted second dose appointments have already been rescheduled to another day when vaccine is expected, and is still within an appropriate timeframe for second dose appointments.
Payson Drive-Thru Vaccine Clinic Feb. 20 & 21 open to all
GILA COUNTY RESIDENTS. Signup by phone weekdays 8-5, call (928) 961-6109
OR schedule your appointment online via this link:https://t.co/Yf1qxLvveT… pic.twitter.com/6TLa55x8Ot
— Gila County Government (@gilacountygov) February 18, 2021
ALERT! All appointments scheduled for tomorrow, 2/19, at TCC Vaccine POD are being rescheduled into next week as we will be OUT OF VACCINE due to the major storms! We are matching up your currently scheduled time with a new day next week. (1 of 2) pic.twitter.com/qE9Q3CBuur
— City of Tucson (@cityoftucson) February 18, 2021
For information on the COVID-19 vaccine in Coconino County, the phases of vaccine distribution and locations, visit coconino.az.gov/covid19vaccine or call the COVID-19 Information Line at 928-679-