TWO ADDITIONAL MASS VACCINATION EVENTS
Solano County Public Health is again partnering with Kaiser Permanente, NorthBay Healthcare, Partnership HealthPlan of California, Medic Ambulance and Touro University California to host two large scale vaccination clinics, including 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, February 12 and Saturday, February 13 in the Exposition Hall at the Solano County Fairgrounds campus in Vallejo.
4,000 VACCINATIONS AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT
Vaccinations are available by appointment only for 4,000 Solano County residents who meet the eligibility requirements. This currently includes health care workers, first responders, and Solano County residents over the age of 75. Vaccination appointments are open to all those who are in an eligible tier, regardless of where they receive medical care.
SIGNING UP TO RECEIVE A VACCINE / SHAREABLE LINKS
Those who fall into an eligible tier may make an appointment using the links below. The person signing up for their first dose would automatically be signed up for their second dose exactly four weeks from the date of first dose. Those without access to the internet may call 707-784-8655 for registration assistance.
ADDITIONAL TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS
Solano Transportation Authority/Solano Mobility also has multiple options for transportation if need be: https://www.solanomobility.org/. Folks needing transportation assistance can call the Solano Mobility Call Center 800-535-6883 (Mon-Fri 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.).
OUTREACH TO ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS / COMMUNICATION PLAN
Starting this afternoon Public Health will be sending out mass communications (emails, automated phone calls, text messages) to eligible individuals who have registered using the Vaccine Interest Form, along with IHSS Care Providers, and eligible IHSS recipients (75+). We will allow those folks to have priority signing up, and at the end of today, we will start pushing the event on social media, following up with a press release and website posting tomorrow.