Stanislaus County Public Health will re-open the COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics on Thursday, Jan. 21. The clinics are located at Modesto Centre Plaza in Modesto and California State University, Stanislaus in Turlock. Both clinics will be vaccinating Stanislaus County residents who are prioritized under Phase 1A and individuals 65 years and older as prioritized by California Department of Public Health.
These Vaccination Clinics each have the capacity to administer at least 2000 doses of the vaccines per day. However, due to limited availability of vaccines, the clinics will only be able to provide 1,000 doses at each site on Thursday. The sites will stay open until they are out of doses. The summary of events is listed below:
• CSU Stanislaus: 1 University Circle, Turlock, California 95382. Specifically located at Fitzpatrick Arena in Turlock, this clinic will operate from 8:00am-8:00pm, or until all doses are used. Entrance to the site is through Geer Road.
• Modesto Centre Plaza: 1000 L St., Modesto, California 95354. This clinic will operate from 9:00am-5:00pm, or until all doses are used. Parking will be available at the Modesto Centre Plaza, and both City-operated garages on 10th Street and 9th Street.
Earlier this week, California Department of Public Health (CDPH) recommended that health care providers in the state to pause administration of Lot 041L20A of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccines from the batch in question will not be distributed until the investigation by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Moderna, and CDPH is complete.
Stanislaus County Public Health continues to plan for additional clinics in the cities of Oakdale and Patterson. The vaccination clinic in City of Oakdale will be located at the Gladys Lemmons Senior Center. The vaccination clinic in City of Patterson will be held at Creekside Middle School in collaboration with Patterson Unified School District. Additionally, Stanislaus County has signed up over 20 providers, such as primary care providers and pharmacies, who will be able to provide vaccines to their clients and/or those identified under the current phase depending on vaccine availability.
Public Health is grateful for community partners in assisting with setting up these clinics. For up to date information on the Stanislaus County Vaccination Clinics, visit http://www.schsa.org/coronavirus/vaccine/. The community members may also call 211 Call Center for additional information. Stanislaus County Public Health also continues to work closely with all partners in the Emergency Operations Center to address the COVID-19 pandemic through guidance provided by the CDC, CDPH, and other partners.