Appointments available for mass vaccination clinics in Monterey County – KSBW Monterey

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BUTT TO 31:18 THIS SHOWS GIVES US THE VACCINE, GIVE United States THE RESOURCES AND WE CAN PUT IT INTO PEOPLES ARMS AS QUICKLY SA POSSIBLE." DR. CUEVAS SAID THIS MASS VACCINATION WAS DE MA POSSIBLE BECUASE OF THE NEARLY EIGHT MILLI ON DOLLARS IN FEDERAL FUNDING THE ORGANIZATION RECEID VE FROM THE AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN. HE SAYS THE FUNDING WILL ALLOW THEM TO KEEP PROVINIDG HEALTH SERVICES ... LIKE THIS VACCINATION CLINIC ... TO THE AG COMMUNITYN I PARTNERSHIP WITH THE GROWER SHIPPER ASSOCIATION. ### < OTHER COMMUNITY HEAL TH CENTERS ACROSS THE CENTRAL COAST ALSO RECEIVED FUNDING THROUGH THE AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN ACT. MONTEREY COUNTY RECEIVED MORE THAN SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS. SALUD PARA LA GENTE IN WATSONVILLE WAS ALLOCATED ABOUT FIVE MILLI. ON SANTA CRUZ COUNTY RECEIVED THREE POINT FOUR MILLIO Appointments offered for mass vaccination clinics in Monterey County Upgraded: 12:30 PM PDT Apr 5, 2021 Mass vaccine clinics open to all eligible members of the public still have slots offered in Monterey County. The centers, hosted by Natividad, will happen at Everett Alvarez High School on April 10 and 11. The health center plans to immunize more than 8,000 people. As of Monday early morning, hundreds of visits were still readily available for the general public. Saturday, April 10 @ Everett Alvarez High School 7:00 a.m. - 6:40 p.m. Register here Sunday, April 11 @ Everett Alvarez High School 7:00 a.m. - 6:40 p.m. Register here People can likewise call 2-1-1 for assistance registering for their vaccine appointment. Those who are presently qualified to get the COVID-19 vaccine are anybody who lives or works in Monterey County and who is either: Age 50 or older Has occupational risk operating in farming, child care, education, emergency services, food, health care, or public transit/airport/airline Is at the highest risk due to extreme health conditions or specials needs Lives in postal code 93450, 93926, 93927, 93930, 93932, 93954, 93960, 95039, 93901, 93905, 93906, 93907, 93925, 93933, 93955, 95004 or 95012To discover other vaccine consultations, click on this link.-- Video from previous broadcast. THREE THOUSAND AG WORKERS CAME BACK FOR THEIR SECOND DOSE OF THE MODERNA VACCINE ... A ONDNE THOUSAND FARM WORKERS RECEIVED THE SINGLE SHOT JOHNSON AND JOHNSON VACCINE. Mass vaccine clinics open to all qualified members of the public still have slots offered in Monterey County. Those who are currently qualified to get the COVID-19 vaccine are anybody who lives or works in Monterey County and who is either: Age 50 or older Has occupational risk working in farming, child care, education, emergency services, food, health care, or public transit/airport/airline Is at the highest risk due to severe health conditions or disabilities Lives in zip codes 93450, 93926, 93927, 93930, 93932, 93954, 93960, 95039, 93901, 93905, 93906, 93907, 93925, 93933, 93955, 95004 or 95012To find other vaccine consultations, click here. SALINAS, Calif.-- Mass vaccine centers open to all eligible members of the public still have slots available in Monterey County. Those who are currently qualified to receive the COVID-19 vaccine are anybody who lives or works in Monterey County and who is either: Age 50 or older Has occupational danger working in farming, child care, education, emergency situation services, food, health care, or public transit/airport/airline Is at the greatest threat due to severe health conditions or disabilities Lives in zip codes 93450, 93926, 93927, 93930, 93932, 93954, 93960, 95039, 93901, 93905, 93906, 93907, 93925, 93933, 93955, 95004 or 95012To find other vaccine appointments, click here. SALINAS, Calif.-- Mass vaccine centers available to all qualified members of the public still have slots available in Monterey County. The clinics, hosted by Natividad, will occur at Everett Alvarez High School on April 10 and 11. The hospital prepares to vaccinate more than 8,000 individuals. As of Monday early morning, numerous appointments were still offered for the general public. Saturday, April 10 @ Everett Alvarez High SchoolSunday, April 11 @Everett Alvarez High School People can also call 2-1-1 for support registering for their vaccine visit. Those who are currently qualified to receive the COVID-19 vaccine are anyone who works or lives in Monterey County and who is either: Age 50 or older Has occupational danger working in farming, child care, education, emergency services, food, health care, or public transit/airport/airline Is at the highest threat due to serious health conditions or impairments Lives in zip codes 93450, 93926, 93927, 93930, 93932, 93954, 93960, 95039, 93901, 93905, 93906, 93907, 93925, 93933, 93955, 95004 or 95012To discover other vaccine appointments, click on this link.-- Video from previous broadcast.