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    LIMITED Vaccines Available February 3rd and 4th!

    LIMITED Vaccines Available February 3rd and 4th!

    Bear Valley Community Hospital will be offering public COVID-19 Vaccination clinics.  Vaccinations will be offered by appointment only.  You must qualify for a vaccination under the current San Bernardino County guidelines (see below for details) in order to register for an appointment.  You must be a resident of Big Bear and/or work in the Big Bear Valley, be 65 years old, or older, or in an eligible job category, to receive a vaccine.  There is no cost to receive a vaccine.  Valid photo Identification, Proof of Residency and/or job ID badge will be verified.  Please arrive 10-15 minutes before your appointment time in order to complete our check in process.

    Wednesday February 3rd

    Community Church- Old Chapel

    40946 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315



    Thursday February 4th

    Community Church- Mary Johnson Center

    40946 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315



     Registration Link:



    BVCHD is offering the Moderna Vaccine.  This is a two series dose.  Your second dose will be scheduled after you receive your first dose.

    Please see the link for more information about the Moderna Vaccine


     If you have questions about if you should receive the vaccine due to your personal health condition you should consult with your primary care provider before registering for an appointment.

    Please be prepared for wait times.  There may be wait times to receive your vaccine and you must remain on site after receiving the vaccine for up to 30 minutes.  This will not be a quick process, please plan your time accordingly.

    Additional vaccination clinics may be held as vaccinations are supplied to the hospital.

    Please print and complete the forms below and bring them to your appointment. (forms are attached to this e-mail)

    COVID-19 Vaccination Demographic Request

    Pre-Vaccination Checklist for COVID-19 Vaccines

     When you arrive on site please pull into the parking lot, remain in your car and turn your radio station to 96.9 for instructions.

     If you are feeling sick, are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, have an elevated temperature, or currently have COVID-19 do not register for an appointment.  You will be screened for symptoms and your temperature will be checked before you receive the vaccine.

    Registrations and appointments are currently available for Big Bear Lake and Big Bear City residents who are 65 years old and older and front-line health care workers that are covered under Phase 1A, Tier 1-3 who live and/or work within the Big Bear Valley. Do NOT attempt to register if you do not meet this qualification.  Please see the information below to determine if you qualify to receive a vaccination at this time.

    Proof of residency in Big Bear, valid state issued photo identification, and work Identification badge (if under age 65) will be verified.

     Phase 1A

    Age 65 and older who live in Big Bear Valley


    • Acute care, psychiatric (mental health providers, substance use providers) and correctional facility hospitals
    • Skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities and similar settings for older or medically vulnerable individuals
    • Paramedics, EMTs, EMS First Responders, ski patrol responders and others providing emergency medical services
    • Dialysis Centers

    Tier 2

    • Intermediate care, for persons who need non-continuous nursing supervision and supportive care
    • Home Health care and in-home supportive services
    • Community Health workers
    • Mental health and substance use disorder services
    • Public Health Field Staff
    • Primary Care clinics including FQHCs, Rural Health Centers, correctional facility clinics, urgent care clinics

    Tier 3

    • Specialty clinics
    • Laboratory workers
    • Dental/ oral health clinics
    • Pharmacy staff not working in settings at higher tiers


    Phase 1B

    Emergency services (Fire, police, public safety) 

    Vaccine Related Links

    San Bernardino County COVID-19 Vaccination Website


     California Department of Public Health COVID-19 Vaccine Website


    CDC Frequently Asked Questions about the COVID-19 Vaccine


    Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Website





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