The Orange County Health Care Agency has recalled the use of a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine lot following reports of allergic reactions.
The Moderna vaccine lot 041L20A is currently under investigation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S Food and Drug Administration and the manufacturer.
About 5,200 people in Orange County received this vaccine lot, according to the state vaccine registry. The vaccine lot is printed on a vaccine card given to the individual after receiving a dose.
The HCA said there are currently more than 250,000 individuals registered in Othena, the app that the county is using to schedule vaccine appointments.
“Based on their priority level, people will be notified by email or text to schedule their appointments when their turns come up to get the vaccines,” the county added.
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