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The words “SAVE LIVES Act” and a syringeSAVE LIVES Act
Recent legislation signed into law by President Biden now allows the VA to vaccinate all Veterans, enrolled or not in VA health care, their spouses, caregivers and CHAMPVA beneficiaries.
The Three Soldiers, also known as The Three Servicemen, is a bronze statue of a European American, an African American and a Latino American who fought in Vietnam. It is part of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, which commemorates the Vietnam War.Vietnam War Veterans Day
On March 29 each year, our nation observes Vietnam War Veterans Day. Please join us in thanking and honoring our Vietnam Veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice.
The words “Virtual Veterans Town Hall. Topic: COVID-19 Vaccine. Facebook.com/VALongBeach. Submit your questions by Tuesday, February 23. Video will be published on Thursday, February 25.”COVID-19 Vaccines
VA Long Beach is now vaccinating enrolled Veterans 65+ years of age, as well as enrolled Veterans who are essential workers. Questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine? Ask them at facebook.com/events/3667947309967901
A farmer, a construction worker, a grocery worker, a doctor, a healthcare worker, a policeman and a janitor under the American flag.Veteran Essential Workers
VA Long Beach Healthcare System is celebrating Washington’s Birthday by vaccinating all enrolled Veterans who are also essential workers – regardless of age. Call 562-826-5300 to schedule a vaccination appointment.
Drawing of the coronavirus receiving a vaccineCOVID-19 Vaccine Updates
VA Long Beach continues to move aggressively to get every COVID-19 vaccine into the arms of our Veterans and employees as quickly as we get them. Click to read more about updates on our progress.
Drawing of 2 band aids forming a heart with the words “COVID-19 vaccine”COVID-19 Vaccination Updates
We continue to vaccinate our Veterans at the highest risk due to both age and health condition, as well as our health care workers. As the supply chain of vaccine continues to expand, so will our program.
Image of a female Veteran receiving the COVID-19 vaccineCOVID-19 Vaccines
We’re working to get COVID-19 vaccines to Veterans as quickly and safely as possible based on CDC guidelines and available supply. Veterans are asked to sign up to help us understand the interest in getting a vaccine.
Black background and the words "Suspension of Veteran VA medical care debts during COVID-19 scheduled to end on December 31, 2020. Billing resumes in January 2021 for deferred copays."Deferred Copays
Suspension of Veteran VA medical care debts during COVID-19 scheduled to end on December 31, 2020. Billing resumes in January 2021 for deferred copays. Veterans should be aware and plan accordingly.
Image of Veterans and their families climbing a mountain and the words “Veterans Day, November 11 2020”Veterans Day
From the staff of VA Long Beach, we wish our Veterans and the families that serve along with them a happy and safe Veterans Day! Please watch our message at facebook.com/VALongBeach on November 11 at 11 a.m.
Pop-Up Clinic, COVID-19 Testing and Flu Shot for Veterans ONLYPop-Up Clinic
VA Long Beach and American Legion are hosting a COVID-19 Testing and Flu Shot clinic for Veterans enrolled in VA health care on Saturday, November 7, 2020, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. at 215 15th St, Newport Beach, CA 92663

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