San Benito County

Health & Human Services Agency

Hollister, California

COVID-19 Press Releases

*UPDATED*
 
San Benito County Anticipates Advancing to Phase 1B, Tier 1 the Week of January 25, 2021
 
 
San Benito County – January 22, 2021: San Benito County has vaccinated a majority of individuals identified in Phase 1A, Tiers 1-3  which permits the county to advance to Phase 1B, Tier 1 of California’s vaccination plan.  During the week of January 25, 2021, when the county receives a very limited supply of vaccine, the county will advance to Phase 1B, Tier 1.  Phase1B, Tier 1 is defined as follows:
 
Phase 1B, Tier 1:
  • Individuals 65 and older
  • Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:
    • Education and childcare
    • Emergency services
    • Food and agriculture
 
Further direction from California Department of Public Health (CDPH) states all providers should:
  1. Continue vaccinating all persons in Phase 1A 
  2. Begin vaccinating persons 65 years of age or older.  Based on available vaccine supply, prioritize and target outreach efforts as follows:
  • Age-persons 75 years or older prioritized due to increased risk of mortality and other severe disease
  • Occupational risk exposure-individuals prioritized who work in sectors with high occupational exposure as listed in Phase 1B, Tier 1
  • Residence in vulnerable communities-as determined by the California Healthy Places Index or comparable local health department knowledge, to address equity and communities disproportionately affected by the pandemic
 
Currently CDPH determines and allocates COVID-19 vaccine doses to each county. San Benito County Public Health Services sub-allocates doses to COVID-19-State-approved CalVax vaccine providers within the county.  To date this has included San Benito County Public Health Services, Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital and San Benito Health Foundation for Phase 1A vaccinations.  Additional providers are currently onboarding to the CalVax system which allows them to receive sub-allocations of vaccine as we move to Phase 1B. A limited supply of vaccine has been allocated by CDPH to San Benito County and will be received in the county next week. Therefore, the following newly approved providers will be sub-allocated vaccine next week; Lucky’s Pharmacy, Dr. Martin Bress, and Primary Care Associates.  This limited supply is prioritized for Phase 1B, Tier 1, age 75 and older.
 
Approved vaccine providers (physicians, pharmacy or clinics) above will contact their patients who meet prioritization criteria.  If you are not a patient of one of the physicians, pharmacy or clinics, Public Health Services will contact you and coordinate vaccination.  Please do not call these providers directly but wait for them to contact you. This will allow the provider to focus on outreach, scheduling, and vaccination. It is imperative to remember that appointments will be made as more vaccine and providers become available.

Providers that wish to receive vaccine to administer to health care workers and to patients must register to receive vaccine by enrolling in the CDPH CalVax system. Additional instructions may be found at https://eziz.org/covid/enrollment/.
 
San Benito County receives limited vaccine doses.  Please be patient as the County advances through the phases and tiers. For questions regarding COVID-19 or vaccines call the San Benito County COVID-19 Hotline at 831-636-4113 or visit State of CA Vaccine page.  
 

 

Address/Location
San Benito County
471 4th St
Hollister, CA 95023

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 831-636-4168

David Westrick
San Benito County - Public Information Officer
sbcpio@cosb.us
831-636-4168

Local vaccine partners have paused usage of the Moderna lot per CDPH-no reactions reported locally

 

San Benito County: On January 17, 2021, The California Department of Public Health released a statement on the Moderna COVID -
19 Vaccine, Lot 041L20A. In a statement the California State Epidemiologist Dr. Erica S. Pan said; "Our goal is to provide the COVID vaccine sa fely, swiftly and equitably," said Dr. Pan. "A higher-than- usual number of possible allergic reactions were reported with a specific lot of Moderna vaccine administered at one community vaccination clinic. Fewer than 10 individuals required medical attention over the span of 24 hours.
Out of an extreme abundance of caution and also recognizing the extremely limited supply of vaccine, we are recommending that providers use other available vaccine inventory and pause the administration of vaccines from Modern a Lot 041L20A until the investigation by the CDC, FDA, Moderna and the state is complete. We will provide an update as we learn more." San Benito County Public Health Services and the San Benito Health Foundation both received Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine Lot 041L20A.
 
San Benito County Health Foundation reported they received 300 doses and has vaccinated 250 individuals with the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Lot 051L20A.
 
According to San Benito Health Foundation no adverse reactions were reported during the 15-minute observation period by the Health Foundation. The Health Foundation has paused use of remaining doses from this lot.
The San Benito County Department of Public Health received 400 doses and has vaccinated 100 individuals. No adverse reactions were reported during the 15-minute observation period by Public Health. San Benito County Department of Public Health has also paused doses from this lot of vaccine. Hazel Hawkins Hospital reported they
did not receive any doses from this lot.
 
The public is encouraged to report any adverse reactions to V-safe and contact the provider of the immunization. V-safe is a smartphone- based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to provide personalized health check-ins after you receive a COVID-19 vaccination. Through v-safe, you can quickly tell CDC if you have any side effects after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Depending on your answers, someone from CDC may call to check on you and get more information.

Ordinance is effective immediately and is applicable County wide
 
San Benito County: On January 15, 2021 at a Special Meeting the San Benito County Board of Supervisors by a 4/5th vote adopted a proposed COVID-19 Administrative Penalty Ordinance which is effective immediately. 
 
The ordinance was recommended by an Ad Hoc Committee assigned by Board of Supervisors Chair, Mark Medina at the last regular board meeting on January 12, 2021.
 
Ad Hoc committee members, Supervisor Kollin Kosmicki and Supervisor Bob Tiffany recommended the conditions contained in the ordinance as a direct response to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, local hospital icu capacity, and the drastic increase in deaths of San Benito County residents.
 
This ordinance coincides with all orders of the State Public Health Officer, state guidance documents issued for businesses and activities that have been adopted or approved by the County Health Officer, as well as any state guidance and directives posted on www.covid19.ca.gov including the California Department of Public Health Guidance for Face Coverings.
 
Prior to the use of any enforcement measures, efforts will focus on providing education, resources and/or guidance to that business or organization on compliance. If violations or non-compliance continue, the following enforcement actions may be taken: 
 
Civil Penalties-Each Day a Separate Violation:

  1. first non-commercial violation shall be a fine of $100
  2. second non-commercial violation shall be a fine of $250
  3. civil penalty for a third and any subsequent non-commercial violation shall be a fine of $500
 
Commercial Penalties- Each Day a Separate Violation:
  1. first violation involving a commercial activity shall be a fine of 1,000
  2. second violation involving a commercial activity shall be a fine of $2,500
  3. third violation involving a commercial activity shall be a fine of 5,000
  4. fourth and any subsequent violation involving a commercial activity shall be a fine of $10,000
 
San Benito County will amend the amount of their current Code Enforcement contractor to adjust for this additional duty.
 
Businesses can find resources, education and guidance by visiting www.covid19.ca.gov. Reports of  any suspected violations of state health guidelines can be made at 831-636-4113 or publichealthreferral@cosb.us.
 

 

Address/Location
San Benito County
471 4th St
Hollister, CA 95023

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 831-636-4168

David Westrick
San Benito County - Public Information Officer
sbcpio@cosb.us
831-636-4168

Vaccination Interest Portal is Live
This platform is only for those individuals identified is Phase 1b and is not to schedule an appointment  
 
San Benito County –San Benito County Public Health Services COVID-19 Vaccine Interest Portal is now live. Residents of San Benito County who are identified in Phase 1b Tier 1 and 2 can complete the interest form which will provide Public Health Services the ability to notify those interested about where they may obtain a vaccination as the phase and tiers progress. It is not a vaccination appointment system; it is a tool to eventually schedule a vaccination appointment. COVID-19 vaccines are allocated from CDPH. All counties, including San Benito, are allocated a limited supply of vaccine at this time due to manufacturer limitations. It is uncertain from week to week how much vaccine will be made available to the county.
 
The Vaccination Interest Portal can be found here: https://hhsa.cosb.us/covid-19-vaccine-info/
                - This portal is available in multiple languages and those without internet or computer/smartphone access should contact 831-636-4113 for assistance.
 
Phase 1b:
Tier 1:

  • Individuals 65 and older
  • Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:
    • education,
    • childcare,
    • emergency services
    • food and agriculture.
Tier 2:
Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:
  • transportation and logistics
  • industrial, commercial
  • residential and sheltering facilities and services
  • critical manufacturing
    • Congregate settings with outbreak risk: incarcerated and homeless
To provide the fastest response to public inquires please do not contact The Public Health Services Department. Rather call the COVID-19 Hotline at 831-636-4113. This phone line is monitored regularly and will provide the most expedited response.
 
For additional local COVID-19 Information please visit www.sbccovid19.us
 
State of CA Questions and Answers regarding COVID-19 Vaccines here: www.covid19.ca.gov/vaccines/
 

 

Address/Location
San Benito County
471 4th St
Hollister, CA 95023

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 831-636-4168

David Westrick
San Benito County - Public Information Officer
sbcpio@cosb.us
831-636-4168

San Benito County – January 13, 2021: The County is moving swiftly through the COVID-19 vaccination Phase 1A and its tiers. As this phase nears completion, the state has announced that in order to vaccinate those at greatest risk of COVID-19 complications, individuals age 65 and older will be prioritized to receive the vaccine as the demand in Phase 1A subsides.
 
In order to reach the age 65 and older population as more vaccine becomes available, the county is planning to conduct mass vaccination clinics that will vaccinate as many San Benito County residents in Phase 1B as quickly as possible. Although expediency is a priority, these mass vaccination clinics will require unique safety considerations including physical distancing, masks and enhanced sanitation efforts.
 
Simultaneously, while planning and deploying these mass vaccination clinics, San Benito County healthcare providers, including pharmacies, private doctors and clinics are registering with California Department of Public Health (CDPH) to become vaccinators.
 
Today the Governor announced a new State system to inform individuals if they are eligible to receive a vaccine and if not yet eligible, to register for a notification via email or text when eligible. This system will help counties, cities and others run mass vaccination events. This will include a way for eligible members of the public to schedule their vaccination appointments at those events. This new state platform is scheduled for release in the next week. In the interim San Benito County Public Health Services has created an online vaccination interest form for Phase 1b tier 1 and 2 eligible individuals. This interest form will allow those in Phase 1b to complete an online COVID-19 vaccination interest form which will add them to a contact list. Individuals will then be informed about where they may obtain a vaccination as the phases and tiers progress. It is not a vaccination appointment; it is a tool to eventually schedule a vaccination appointment. This webform will be available  January, 14, 2021 and can be access at www.sbccovid19.us.
 
As the county moves towards Phase 1B, vaccine rollout continues to be determined by vaccine and personnel availability. COVID-19 vaccines are allocated from CDPH. All counties, including San Benito, are allocated a limited supply of vaccine at this time due to manufacturer limitations.  It is uncertain from week to week how much vaccine will be made available to the county.
 
CDPH also provides direction to counties as to which phases and tiers of vaccine delivery can be engaged, and which individuals should be vaccinated. Thus far, the focus has been on individuals at elevated risk of infection, or at elevated risk of hospitalization or death if infected. San Benito County can only provide vaccinations to individuals in the phases and tiers that CDPH has directed the counties to vaccinate.
 
For more local COVID-19 Information please visit www.sbccovid19.us
 
State of CA Questions and Answers regarding COVID-19 vaccines here: www.covid19.ca.gov/vaccines/
 

Address/Location
San Benito County
471 4th St
Hollister, CA 95023

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 831-636-4168

David Westrick
San Benito County - Public Information Officer
sbcpio@cosb.us
831-636-4168

 
San Benito County –AB 685 is a new California law that requires employers to notify employees who may have been exposed to COVID-19 and to report workplace outbreaks to the local health department. A workplace outbreak is defined as 3 or more cases of COVID-19 at a worksite within a 14-day period – the employer is required to report this to their local health department within 48 hours.

 
Additionally, in effect is Cal/OSHA’s emergency regulations requiring employers to protect workers from hazards related to COVID-19.
 
The emergency standards apply to most workers in California not covered by Cal/OSHA’s Aerosol Transmissible Diseases standard. The regulations require that employers implement a site-specific written COVID-19 prevention program to address COVID-19 health hazards, correct unsafe or unhealthy conditions and provide face coverings. When there are multiple COVID-19 infections or outbreaks at the worksite, employers must provide COVID-19 testing and notify public health departments. The regulations also require accurate recordkeeping and reporting of COVID-19 cases.
 
Cal/OSHA has posted FAQs and a one-page fact sheet on the regulation, as well as a model COVID-19 prevention program. Employers are invited to participate in no-cost training webinars held by Cal/OSHA’s Consultation Services branch.
 
Cal/OSHA helps protect workers from health and safety hazards on the job in almost every workplace in California. Employers and workers who have questions or need assistance with workplace health and safety programs can call Cal/OSHA’s Consultation Services Branch at 800-963-9424.
 
Complaints about workplace safety and health hazards can be filed confidentially with Cal/OSHA district offices.
 
San Benito County Public Health Services has made available to employers an online reporting portal where employers can report outbreaks. This report is only for businesses and should not be used by the general public to report a business that may have infected workers
 
Additionally, California and the federal government are providing broad assistance to small businesses and employers impacted by COVID-19. Click to LEARN MORE.
 
 

Address/Location
San Benito County
471 4th St
Hollister, CA 95023

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 831-636-4168

David Westrick
San Benito County - Public Information Officer
sbcpio@cosb.us
831-636-4168

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