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Media advice: Saturday vaccination clinic

Weekend hours and drop-in options improve vaccine access for the affected community

By date:05/07/2021 2:00 PM

Day of contact
Anh Tran, Emergency Operations Center – Director of Vaccination Task Force, City of San José
408-597-2559

Media contact
Carolina Camarena, Communications Director, City Administrator’s Office of Communications
408-535-7777; [email protected]

Details:
What: Saturday vaccination clinic Open to residents aged 18 and over seeking to meet the needs of the working class of the Cadillac Winchester neighborhood and the surrounding community.

With the aim of closing the vaccine balance sheet gap, especially in the areas of San José where residents are hardest hit by the pandemic, this clinic aims to offer residents the opportunity to get vaccinated through weekend hours. To further remove the technological barriers, staff and volunteers have searched the neighborhood to ensure community members are aware of the clinic.

When: Saturday, May 8th, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Where: Rosemary Elementary School
401 W Hamilton Ave, Campbell, CA 95008
WHO:
  • City of San Jose

  • Vice Mayor Chappie Jones
  • Bay Area Community Health
  • San Jose Fire Department
  • Project hope
Background:

The Rosemary Elementary School event is part of a series of vaccine events aimed at removing barriers to the spread of the vaccine in affected communities. No appointments are required, and no ID, insurance, or proof of immigrant status is required to get vaccination. Accommodation is provided for those who need voice or access assistance.

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