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Omicron's Impact

The emergence of the Omicron variant underscores the importance of vaccination, boosters, and preventive efforts to protect against COVID-19. 

  • Moderna recipients age 18 and older should get another dose at least 5 months after second shot.
  • Pfizer recipients age 12 and older should get another dose at least 5 months after second shot.
  • Johnson & Johnson recipients age 18 and older should get a Pfizer or Moderna dose at least 2 months after initial shot.

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COVID-19 Boosters

Everyone age 12 and older is eligible to get a COVID-19 booster dose. 

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Free COVID-19 Tests

Learn how you can register for a test and receive results in a few days, even without insurance or a doctor’s note.

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MCPH Flu View

No time for flu. Everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu vaccine every year. 

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FOOD SAFETY ALERT: Dole-Branded and Private Label Packaged Salads

FOOD SAFETY ALERT: DOLE-BRANDED AND PRIVATE LABEL PACKAGED SALADS  BACKGROUND The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently released information about a recall on certain Dole-branded and private label packaged salads from two of its processing plants. The recall...

Mesa County Records Highest Daily COVID-19 Case Count Since the Beginning of the Pandemic

MESA COUNTY RECORDS HIGHEST  DAILY CASE COUNT SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE PANDEMIC Caution Urged As Omicron Dominates Spread Locally Mesa County has seen a recent significant spike in COVID-19 transmission and cases. On January 9, 2022, 532 cases were reported. That is...

MCPH Releases 2021 Impact Report Showing Public Health Achievements

2021 Impact Report: The Power of Public HealthSince the COVID-19 pandemic began, Mesa County Public Health (MCPH) has been working tirelessly to inform and educate our community about the novel virus that has impacted us all in some way.  As a result, when asked about...

Air Quality Health Advisory through Jan. 8 at 6 p.m.

Mesa County Public Health (MCPH) has issued an Air Quality Advisory through Saturday, January 8 at 6 p.m. Cold and stagnant weather conditions in the Grand Valley have allowed fine particulate matter concentrations to climb into the Moderate category on Saturday....

Monoclonal Antibody Therapy Treatment Clinic Closes

MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY THERAPY TREATMENT CLINIC CLOSES Treatment not effective against Omicron variant, which is predicted to be dominant strain in Mesa County  The Monoclonal Antibody Therapy Treatment Clinic that opened nearly one month ago, located at 401 Kokopelli...

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