Solano County Press Release: Solano County to receive 7,900 doses of COVID-19 vaccine in first allocation

From Solano County Public Health:

The first allocation of 3900 doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines is expected to arrive later this week. Please see additional information about the number of vaccine doses allocated for Solano County.


Earlier today, Solano Public Health and North Bay Healthcare hosted a virtual press conference (Facebook link here) to announce the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine in Solano County.  The speaker panel includes Dr. Bela Matyas, Health Officer, Ted Selby, Emergency Medical Services Administrator and Chairwoman Erin Hannigan, Solano County Board of Supervisors. The other two speakers, including Dr. Seth Kaufman, Chief Medical Officer and Bradley Boyd, Respiratory Care Practitioner represented North Bay Healthcare. The virtual press conference, moderated by Jayleen Richards, provided reporters with an overview of the COVID-19 vaccine, what to expect – including safety and efficacy, and its rollout in Solano County. 


For a list of frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine rollout here in Solano County, including how many doses the County will initially be provided, who is prioritized to receive the vaccine, how safe are they, what are the side effects, how will they be stored and distributed, when the public can expect to be vaccinated, how the vaccine works, safety considerations and who should get the vaccine, click here.