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Tri-County Health Care sets up email sign-up for vaccine information

This week, Tri-County Health Care stated it is focusing on vaccinating high-risk individuals and people over 75 years of age. These guidelines are set by the state.

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WADENA — Tri-County Health Care reported receiving a high volume of calls and questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.

“Our organization wants to be transparent about vaccine distribution,” Tri-County reported. “We have a limited supply of vaccine at this time, and must distribute it to priority groups first.”

Tri-County reported individuals deemed high-risk by a provider will be contacted.

This week, Tri-County Health Care stated it is focusing on vaccinating high-risk individuals and people over 75 years of age. These guidelines are set by the state.

An email opt-in link has been created for the general public. Individuals who sign up via the link will receive regular information about the vaccine and distribution. People may sign up at surveymonkey.com/r/C19OPTIN .

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“We will continue to provide updates on when the vaccine is more available to the public via our website, social media and newspaper notices,” Tri-County reported. For more information, go to tchc.org/covidvaccine .

Tri-County Health Care is a private, not-for-profit health care system based in Wadena that operates a hospital and medical clinic in Wadena, and serves the counties of Wadena, Todd and Otter Tail through five satellite clinics and two physical therapy clinics in Bertha, Henning, Ottertail, Sebeka and Verndale.

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