State, counties release few details about new Blue Shield system – KCRA Sacramento

“It was a real process,” stated Judy Peebles, who worked to get her 92-year-old mother a vaccine.”Last month, Gov. Gavin Newsom revealed Blue Shield would develop a centralized system to get doses of the vaccine out rapidly and equitably.”I am extremely delighted to get to working with Blue Shield and numerous other partners on making sure our vaccine distribution has a keen eye on equity,” Ghaly said.In an email to KCRA, Blue Shield did not respond to questions but directed them to the California Department of Public Health, which likewise did not react to a demand for information about the new system.

As the state has a hard time to meet vaccine demand, its likewise presenting a brand-new system created to simplify statewide distribution.Some counties will soon transition to the brand-new Blue Shield system. Couple of information have actually been released from state or county health officials about the transition. Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties are 2 of the first on the list to transfer to the new system.
“It was a genuine procedure,” said Judy Peebles, who worked to get her 92-year-old mother a vaccine.”Last month, Gov. Gavin Newsom revealed Blue Shield would develop a centralized system to get doses of the vaccine out quickly and equitably.”I am extremely thrilled to get to working with Blue Shield and numerous other partners on making sure our vaccine circulation has a keen eye on equity,” Ghaly said.In an e-mail to KCRA, Blue Shield did not respond to concerns however directed them to the California Department of Public Health, which likewise did not react to a demand for info about the brand-new system.

“Last month, Gov. Gavin Newsom revealed Blue Shield would establish a centralized system to get dosages of the vaccine out quickly and equitably.”I am really excited to get to working with Blue Shield and numerous other partners on making sure our vaccine circulation has a keen eye on equity,” Ghaly said.In an email to KCRA, Blue Shield did not respond to concerns however directed them to the California Department of Public Health, which likewise did not react to a demand for information about the brand-new system.

As the state struggles to satisfy vaccine demand, its likewise presenting a brand-new system created to enhance statewide distribution.Some counties will quickly shift to the new Blue Shield system. Few information have actually been launched from state or county health authorities about the transition. Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties are 2 of the very first on the list to move to the new system.In an email sent to KCRA 3 News, a Stanislaus County spokesperson stated no guidance has been gotten from Blue Shield. County officials in San Joaquin County did not respond to the demand from KCRA on Monday.The system is meant to smooth out circulation, tracking and the vaccine appointment-making process.RELATED