CALIFORNIA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–California Health Care Services today announced that it will offer rNA vaccine to 1 million residents who are enrolled in the rNA vaccination program.
The program, which provides health care services to people who are at high risk of contracting the coronavirus, is administered by the state’s public health department.
The state will be the first to offer the rNAA vaccine to eligible residents, including those who have received rna vaccines or received an rNA booster.
People who are eligible to receive the rNB vaccine can sign up online for a free trial by visiting californiashealthcare.ca.gov.
The trial begins August 6.
Health care providers who have been eligible for the rnA vaccine for at least six months and are eligible for rNVA vaccines should contact their health care provider.
The rna program, administered by California Health Care Service, is designed to protect people with high-risk behaviors, including alcohol use, opioid use, or drug abuse.
The California Health Health Care System, which includes the state Department of Public Health, the California Department of Mental Health, and the California Health and Human Services Department, has an active enrollment of more than 11 million Californians, including approximately 500,00 enrolled in rna programs.