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Fairbanks North Star Borough Community Partners, Alaska DHSS Announce COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at the Carlson Center
 
Fairbanks North Star Borough community partners and the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services will conduct COVID-19 vaccination clinics at the Carlson Center, 2010 2nd Avenue, Fairbanks from 10:00a.m. - 5:00p.m. on Fri. January 15 and Sat. January 16. Vaccines will be available to Alaskans 65 and older, health care workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, and EMS who meet certain criteria and are eligible for the vaccine (Phase 1a and Phase 1b, Tier 1) only.


Appointments are required; walk-in vaccinations are not available. Vaccine supply remains limited. If more vaccine becomes available, this POD may be open on future dates. For more information, visit DHSS COVID-19 Vaccine Status Update or leave a message at 907.646.3322 for a return phone call.


Health care providers can help distribute vaccines by signing up to become a COVID-19 Vaccine provider.



Mat-Su Borough, Alaska DHSS Announce COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at Alaska State Fairgrounds


Alaskans age 65 and older and health care workers can receive vaccinations starting 01/12/2021. Scheduling for those appointments begins 01/11/2021. Visit Alaska DHSS's January 8, 2021 COVID-19 Vaccine Press Release for more information.



Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska DHSS Announce COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at Alaska Airlines Center


The Municipality of Anchorage Health Department Emergency Operations Center and the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services will conduct mass COVID-19 vaccination clinics at the Alaska Airlines Center, 3550 Providence Drive from 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. on Sat. January 9, Sun. January 10, and Tues. January 12. Vaccines will be available to Alaskans 65 and older, health care workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, and EMS who meet certain criteria and are eligible for the vaccine (Phase 1a and Phase 1b, Tier 1) only.

Appointments are required; walk-in vaccinations are not available. Vaccine supply remains limited. If more vaccine becomes available, this POD may be open on future dates.

For more information, visit DHSS COVID-19 Vaccine Status Update or leave a message at 907.646.3322 for a return phone call. For additional Anchorage resources on testing, vaccines, and other COVID-19 information, visit Municipality of Anchorage Coronavirus Response or call 2-1-1.  

Health care providers can help distribute vaccines by signing up to become a COVID-19 Vaccine provider.



Schedule Your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment: Open to Alaskans 65+ beginning January 6, 2021



January 6, 2021 Letter to Alaska Seniors from Dr. Anne Zink Regarding COVID-19 Vaccine


On 01/06/21, Dr. Anne Zink, DHSS Chief Medical Officer, issued a second COVID-19 vaccine update letter to Alaska’s Seniors. Visit Dr. Zink Letter to Alaska Seniors for the full text of the letter.



January 4, 2021 Letter to Alaska Seniors from Dr. Anne Zink Regarding COVID-19 Vaccine


On 01/04/21, a letter was released from Dr. Anne Zink, Chief Medical Officer with the Department of Health and Social Services. The letter explains the Alaska COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force decision to open up appointment scheduling for seniors to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Visit Dr. Zink Letter to Alaska Seniors for the full text of the letter.



COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Begins for Alaskans 65 and Older


Alaskans age 65 and older can receive vaccinations starting Monday, January 11. Scheduling for those appointments begins Wednesday, January 6. Visit Alaska DHSS’s January 4, 2021 COVID-19 Vaccine Press Release for more information.



COVID-19 Vaccines Arrive in Alaska


Questions about the COVID-19 vaccine? Visit Alaska DHSS Vaccine Status Updates, email covid19vaccine@alaska.gov, or call 907.646.3322.



Contact SAMHSA for Immediate Prescription Access Issues


Recipients may be unable to fill or refill certain prescriptions if the prescribing provider voluntarily/involuntarily surrenders their license. This impacts all controlled substance prescriptions and refills and some other prescriptions, depending on the medication.


If you believe you are impacted by a provider licensure issue, contact the SAMHSA Helpline at 800.662.HELP (4357) to identify immediate resources available in your area. You are also encouraged to reach out to your prescribing provider to verify your prescription status.



DHSS Issues Updated COVID-19 FAQs


The Department of Health and Social Services has updated its COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions. Updates include information for those who, because of a disability, cannot safely wear a mask.



CDC Seeks Stakeholder Pain and Pain Management Input


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced an opportunity to hear stakeholders' perspectives on and experiences with pain and pain management, including the benefits and harms of opioid use. Stakeholders include patients with acute or chronic pain, patients' family members and caregivers, and healthcare providers who care for patients with pain or conditions. For more information, visit Management of Acute and Chronic Pain: Opportunity for Stakeholder Engagement.



Health Mandates Remain in Effect


As Reopen Alaska Responsibly efforts continue, please continue to observe all Alaska COVID-19 Health Mandates until they expire or are superseded.



Aetna Offers Referral Service for Non-Members

March 18, 2020 – Aetna has graciously extended its Resources for Living program to non-Aetna members during the COVID-19 outbreak, similar to what they provided during the earthquake. Anyone can call Aetna to speak with a consultant who can assist with referrals to local resources.

To access this service, call 888.327.2386 if you are not an Aetna beneficiary; if you are currently an Aetna member, call the telephone number on the back of your card.


2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)


DHSS is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus. Learn more about 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).



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