Dmv vaccines are being offered in California today, but the wait is only getting longer.
In a press release, the California Department of Public Health says that the appointment window for the new vaccine has closed.
“The department’s health services office is providing additional information and instructions on how to use the dmvs vaccine for your patients,” it reads.
“This information is available online at http://dpmvvaccine.california.gov and will be available by phone at 1-800-841-4343.
For those in the Golden State, the vaccine is currently available in the mail and will remain available until January 11, 2019.
That’s about two months away.
The dmvr vaccine was developed in the 1960s and has been used in nearly every country in the world, but in the U.S., it’s the only approved vaccine for serious and chronic infections.
The new dmvp vaccine is a better alternative, though it’s still a little more expensive than the dmr vaccine, which costs around $750 for a single dose.