VACCINE CLINICS IN SOUTH COUNTY
To Sign Up for COVID 19 Vaccinations Hosted by the Nestucca Rural Fire Protection District (NRFPD) click on the link below:
Under Desired Specialty, click the dropdown arrow and click Covid 19 Testing and Vaccinations
Under What is Your Location, type in your Tillamook County Zip Code
Under Covid Visit Type, click the dropdown arrow and click if this is your first or second dose
Then click SEARCH in the Blue Bar
In the next window, scroll down to the Nestucca Rural Fire Protection District Pods A or B. Click on Availability Box.
Click on the time most convenient for your appointment.
In the next window, complete all required fields.
For the fields requesting Insurance Carrier/Plan/Group Name – type Not Applicable.
Getting a Covid-19 vaccine means caring about our community!
Let’s Talk Disaster Resilience
By: Marge Jozsa, Coordinator, STCEVC
Beginning in late April and continuing into the Summer months, the Nestucca Rural Fire Protection District (NRFPD) in partnership with the STCEVC will be hosting, at least once weekly, COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics. The Vaccination Clinics are called POD’s (Point of Distribution) and initially will be located at the Hebo Firehouse (Station 87), 503-392-3313.
Eligible South Tillamook County residents will be able to self-schedule for a vaccine using a recently released software package called BlockIt.
See the full article for all details.
ALERT! Please see the following link regarding Governor Brown’s new requirements for face coverings that go into effect on July 15th:
See information below if you are concerned you have COVID-19.
Do you need help with Groceries or Medications? If yes, see the notice below?
See the latest COVID-19 updates from the Oregon Health Authority
Reflective Home Signs
The best way to shorten the time it takes for emergency responders to find your home is by having a reflective green sign with white numbers posted in front of your home.
The Nestucca Volunteer Firefighters Association makes and sells highly visible 6 by 12-inch signs, mounting hardware and posts
Communications Seminars are now forming. Want to learn about using your emergency BTECH radio, about your communication options in South County during an emergency, or alternate power sources? You can review seminar details on our Training Page.
If you are concerned you may have COVID-19 symptoms
You can call the Tillamook County Nurse Hotline, 503-842-3940, Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm. If needed, the nurse will give you the location of the Health Department’s mobile medical unit so you can be tested in the parking lot.
Outside of these times, call your nearest emergency room for guidance.
Remember the symptoms:
Although a fever technically is any body temperature above the normal of 98.6 F (37 C), in practice a person is usually not considered to have a significant fever until the temperature is above 100.4 F (38 C). Fever may occur with any type of infection or illness.