Santa Clara County opens vaccination appointments to everyone 16 and older

SAN JOSE — Santa Clara County on Monday night opened COVID-19 vaccination appointments to anyone who is 16 years of age or older and lives or works in the county.

Patients who receive their primary care from the County of Santa Clara Health System can also book a shot, according to the county’s COVID-19 vaccination eligibility and scheduling website.

Other Bay Area counties that are allowing teens to schedule appointments include Contra Costa.

The state, meanwhile, is expected to expand vaccine eligibility to everyone in the state 16 and older on Thursday.

Check back for updates.

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Author: Jason Green


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