As we have thus far, we will continue to rely on information from experts regarding COVID-19 to do this. We recognize the key contribution the COVID-19 vaccine can make to support continued assurance of the health and safety of all individuals and encourage them to receive it, as the opportunity to do so becomes available.
Inclusa also recognizes the importance of individual choice and risk and encourages people to explore their options, talk with health care professionals, and make an informed choice regarding vaccination that is best for them and their health outcomes.
Currently, distribution of the vaccine is being supported by the recommendations set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While there is a lot that is unknown, we want to assure our partners that Inclusa is actively connecting and collaborating with local healthcare partners to advocate for and explore opportunities to make the vaccine available for members and the providers who serve them.
At this point, due to the frequently changing nature of the COVID-19 Vaccination initiative, we encourage stakeholders to rely on information from the CDC and the Department of Health Services (DHS) to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine and what to expect. The links below will direct you to their COVID-19 Vaccine web pages:
CDC | COVID-19 Vaccines
DHS | COVID-19 Vaccine: What you Need to Know