Approximately 80 school locations have been identified in Santa Clara County for on-site COVID vaccinations. The first locations opened today with vaccinations being provided by the county’s Mobile Vaccination Teams.
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CSU Chancellor Joseph Castro cited the ultra-contagious Delta variant as one reason the university system will require the vaccine to protect CSU students and employees.
The new vaccination requirements are part of the state's push to get more people vaccinated as a wave of new cases, spurred by the ultra-contagious delta variant and cases among unvaccinated people, threatens to halt the state's progress in mitigating the virus' spread.
More than 100 tickets to upcoming events and other prizes will be raffled off from among all people who get a COVID-19 vaccine at select county-run vaccination sites in the next few weeks.
Approximately 72 percent of the state's adults have received at least one vaccine dose, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday.
With Covid-19 vaccination rates approaching 80 percent, sites are no longer needed, so some sites will be closing in the next few weeks, Santa Clara County health officials say.
Santa Clara County leaders want eligible youth to get vaccinated, and they’re pulling out all the stops to make sure it happens.
Roughly 20 million vaccine doses have been administered statewide, state officials say.
County Executive Jeff Smith said California’s new program, known as the Statewide Vaccination Network, left him with “significant concerns.”
City and county leaders asked residents to volunteer to help and spread information to non-English speakers eligible for the vaccine.
It is time to put pressure on the county and state to make vaccines available for teachers and put real safety measures into place.
Public health officials expect to vaccinate 5,000 people a day, with plans to boost daily capacity to 15,000 people as supplies increase.
The new vaccination site at Mexican Heritage Plaza, located at 1700 Alum Rock Ave., is launching today.
California is struggling to figure out how to vaccinate teachers and other school staff—and, equally importantly, when.
Santa Clara County public health officials want state lawmakers to fix the troubling trend before it compromises herd immunity.
Legislators may work on paid leave policies, employee data protections, farmworker elections, while ballot measure proposals could impact businesses and business groups will raise the issue of California’s unemployment insurance fund debt.