Everyone 45+ is eligible Now!
Starting March 29 anyone 16 and up with at least 1 medical condition is eligible to get the vaccine.
Starting April 5th anyone 16 and up is eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
ACHC will only be able to do 18 and up, because we do not carry the Pfizer vaccine and that is the only vaccine cleared to vaccinate 16 and 17 year olds.
Another important thing is to emphasize that even after getting the 2nd dose of Moderna, people are not considered fully vaccinated until 14 days after receiving their 2nd dose. What that means is that they should still be wearing their masks and social distancing until after their 14th day.
After your 14th day, if you are hanging out with other fully vaccinated people you are able to hang out indoors with relaxed mask standards. However, if out in public where you do not know who has been vaccinated or not, the CDC is still recommending that people, even fully vaccinated people, continue to wear their masks and social distan
After your 14th day, if you are hanging out with other fully vaccinated people you are able to hang out indoors with relaxed mask standards. However, if out in public where you do not know who has been vaccinated or not, the CDC is still recommending that people, even fully vaccinated people, continue to wear their masks and social distance because while they themselves probably wont get sick from COVID-19 they could still spread it to other people who have not been vaccinated and get them sick.
Please visit these links for more information on the COVID-19.
COVID-19 Vaccine Safety!
ACHC is offering Telehealth services it is provided through audio, text messaging, or video communication.
If you have a phone with audio and video, you may call for a virtual appointment.
To set this service up begin by
calling ACHC 208-253-4242
for instructions on how to schedule this appointment.
Experiencing these symptoms? Call today to be directed to the appropriate level of care.
Phone screenings are available,
Monday - Friday 9 am - 5:00 pm
and is offered free by Adams County Health Center to our community.
The Department of Health and Welfare has opened a COVID-19 Behavioral Health Distress Line.
IDAHO COVID-19 HOTLINE 888-330-3010
Idaho Care Line: call 2-1-1 or visit www.211.idaho.gov
Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline: call 2-1-1 or 208-398-4357
Optum Idaho Member Crisis Line: call 855-202-0973