San Jose: Media Advisory: Kaiser Permanente and the City Of San José Open New Vaccination Clinic at the Vietnamese American Cultural Center to Expand Access to Vulnerable Populations
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Karl Sonkin, Kaiser Permanente PR and Media Relations

Vicki Day, City of San José
Media Line 408-535-7777

What:Kaiser Permanente and The City of San José opened a new vaccine clinic at the city's Vietnamese American Cultural Center (VACC). The clinic will provide eligible residents with accessibility to the vaccine, particularly those living in the 95122 zip code, which has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

All vaccinations are by appointment only. No walk-up appointments will be available.
Who:This vaccine clinic will serve Kaiser Permanente members as well as the general public, based on the eligibility guidelines set by the state and CDC. Staff at the location will be able to assist eligible vaccine recipients in Vietnamese and Spanish, as well as English.
When: The VACC vaccine clinic will be open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Why: Kaiser Permanente is committed to provide vaccine as quickly and equitably as possible to those who are eligible, including those who have been disproportionally affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The site's capacity will grow as vaccine supply increases and becomes more consistent across the state.

Eligible residents and workers in Santa Clara County can reserve an appointment by visiting


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