• February 19, 2021 5:02 PM

Sonoma County reaches 100,000 vaccine-dose milestone, shifts priority to 65 and over beginning Monday, Feb. 22

Sonoma County reaches 100,000 vaccine-dose milestone, shifts priority to 65 and over beginning Monday, Feb. 22

Sonoma County reaches 100,000 vaccine-dose milestone, shifts priority to 65 and over beginning Monday, Feb. 22 150 150 Sonoma County Emergency and Preparedness Information

Thanks to a multi-agency effort over the past two months, Sonoma has now administered more than 100,000 vaccine doses to county residents, resulting in more than one in five residents over the age of 16 having received at least one dose.

Sonoma County supervisors and health officials also announced today that county residents ages 65 and older will now be able to get COVID-19 vaccines at designated County-supported clinics starting on Monday, Feb. 22. The opening of these clinics to this age group is part of an overall vaccine distribution timeline and strategy that county leaders and health officials discussed at a joint news briefing Friday.

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