San Jose: Media Advisory: Sunday Vaccine Clinic
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Vicki Day, EPIO, City of San José

Media Contact
Carolina Camarena, Director of Communications, City Manager's Office of Communications

What: This vaccine clinic has been scheduled on a Sunday to meet the needs of the working people of the Summerside and Stonegate East & West neighborhoods and surrounding community, and is the first City-sponsored vaccine event to be hosted at a San José Public Library. The clinic will be administering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and is open to residents age 18 and older.

With the goal to close the vaccine equity gap, particularly in the areas of San José where residents have been the most disproportionately affected by the pandemic, this clinic aims to provide opportunities for residents to get vaccinated by offering weekend hours. To further address technology barriers, staff and volunteers canvassed the neighborhood to make sure community members are aware of the clinic.

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When: Sunday, May 16, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Where: Tully Community Branch Library
880 Tully Rd. San José, CA 95111
  • City of San José
  • Safeway
  • Asian American Center of Santa Clara County
Background: The Tully Community Branch Library event is one in a series of vaccine events aimed at addressing obstacles to getting the vaccine to impacted communities. No appointment, identification, insurance, or proof of immigration status is required to receive the vaccination. Accommodations will be made for those needing language or access assistance.  

Filed Under: Government, City

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