Stanislaus County to begin vaccinating eligible residents 50+ – KCRA Sacramento

Stanislaus County will begin vaccinating eligible residents ages 50 years and older, starting Feb. 22, according to county health officials. Those eligible include people 50 and older who work in food and agriculture, education, and emergency services. Stanislaus County will continue to vaccinate those 65 and older, health department officials said. They also stress the number of vaccinations allocated from the state remains “limited.”Stanislaus County is reminding residents that vaccination clinics are located in the following communities: Modesto, Turlock, Patterson, and Oakdale. A detailed map for each location can be found here. The county is also working on a mobile vaccination unit to make it more convenient for those communities most impacted by the pandemic. Health department officials urge residents to continue proper handwashing, social distancing, proper mask use and to avoid large gatherings. Vaccines are available to residents, regardless of their health coverage. Those seeking vaccines must provide proof of employment or residency in Stanislaus County to receive a vaccine, if eligible. Stanislaus County public health encourages anyone with more questions to visit their website. | More | COVID-19 vaccine in Stanislaus County: Where to find the latest info

Stanislaus County will begin vaccinating eligible residents ages 50 years and older, starting Feb. 22, according to county health officials.

Those eligible include people 50 and older who work in food and agriculture, education, and emergency services.

Stanislaus County will continue to vaccinate those 65 and older, health department officials said. They also stress the number of vaccinations allocated from the state remains “limited.”

Stanislaus County is reminding residents that vaccination clinics are located in the following communities: Modesto, Turlock, Patterson, and Oakdale. A detailed map for each location can be found here.

The county is also working on a mobile vaccination unit to make it more convenient for those communities most impacted by the pandemic.

Health department officials urge residents to continue proper handwashing, social distancing, proper mask use and to avoid large gatherings. Vaccines are available to residents, regardless of their health coverage. Those seeking vaccines must provide proof of employment or residency in Stanislaus County to receive a vaccine, if eligible.

Stanislaus County public health encourages anyone with more questions to visit their website.

| More | COVID-19 vaccine in Stanislaus County: Where to find the latest info