The Custer County/Miles City Unified Command (OneHealth, Holy Rosary Healthcare and Billings Clinic) has received an allocation of 200 vaccines for this week’s Community COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic.
The vaccine clinic is open to individuals in Phase 1A and Phase 1B of the state’s allocation plan, which include the following:
- Individuals who are age 70 and older
- Individuals age 18-69 with high risk medical conditions
- Native Americans and other people of color at elevated risk for severe COVID-19 complications
On Thursday, February 18, 2021, a Community COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic will be held at Holy Rosary Healthcare from 7:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Please enter through the main entrance.
Individuals interested in receiving the vaccine at Holy Rosary Healthcare during our
Community COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic, should call 406-233-2500 to schedule a vaccine. Vaccinations will be scheduled through the phone number only. The phone line will open for vaccine scheduling at 3 p.m. on Monday.
Due to limited availability, no walk-in vaccinations will be given. To help maintain flow and reduce wait times during our COVID-19 vaccine clinics, we ask that you please only arrive 5-10 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment. Arriving earlier does not mean that you will get in sooner.
How to be prepared for the COVID-19 vaccine clinic:
- Bring your insurance card
- Bring your photo ID
- Do not bring children with you
- Wear a mask
- You will need to be monitored/observed for 15-30 minutes after receiving your vaccination
While there is no charge for the vaccine, an administration fee may be billed to insurance.
Demand for COVID-19 vaccination continues to significantly outpace our community’s limited vaccine supply at this time. Although eventually we expect everyone in Phase 1B to be vaccinated, the number of people who can get vaccinated in the first days and weeks will be heavily dependent on the amount of vaccine available. We work closely with our state partners to understand the allocation and schedule for vaccine shipments each week, and we coordinate our vaccination plans and schedules based on the timing and amount of vaccine we receive, which can change week to week.
We appreciate the community’s understanding and patience as we administer the vaccines as quickly and safely as we can to our community members in Phase 1A & 1B of the state's COVID-19 vaccination allocation plan.