News Flash

Placentia Spotlights

Posted on: January 13, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

covid-19 vaccine vial

Orange County now has TWO Super Point of Distribution (POD) Vaccination Sites located at Disneyland and Soka University. Currently, vaccines at Super POD locations will be provided only to individuals in the Phase 1A classification (all tiers), or who work as first responders in high-risk communities, or who are 65 years of age or over. To view a list of tiers of individuals who can receive a vaccine, visit ochealthinfo.com/covid19

All residents are encouraged to register to be notified when the County of Orange’s vaccine and testing management app, Othena, has appointments available and is ready for their use by visiting http://othena.com/individuals.php and filling out the online form. Individuals must have an appointment and must show identification and documentation of eligibility at the site to receive a vaccination. Othena is a vaccine scheduling system created by CuraPatient, in conjunction with leading health care experts and public health agencies. Appointment slots are opened based on vaccine availability.

The success of the County’s phased, tiered vaccination plan depends on everyone being patient and allowing priority groups to be vaccinated first. Overwhelming the appointment system will make it even more challenging to dispense the limited supply of the vaccine currently available. As the vaccine becomes more plentiful, additional appointments will become available, and eligibility will open up to other groups.

If you would like to volunteer to assist government staff with COVID-19 vaccinations at POD sites, please click here.

Need to get tested? At-Home test kits are available at no cost for individuals who live in Orange County and are asymptomatic or have exposure concerns. Click here to order your test or to make an appointment at a testing site.

Call the County COVID-19 Hotline at (714) 834-2000 or email ETeam@ochca.com for any questions regarding COVID-19 or the Othena platform. You can also call the City of Placentia's COVID-19 Hotline at (714) 993-8150 or email covid19@placentia.org for more information. Please note that the hotline and email address will only be monitored during regular business hours.

For more information on the vaccine process, the background on the vaccine, and where/how to get vaccinated, please click here.

Facebook Twitter Email

Other News in Placentia Spotlights