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Alameda City COVID-19 Booster Clinic and Updates

The City of Alameda will be holding a free COVID-19 Booster Clinic on Saturday Jan. 29 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Pfizer and Moderna booster shots will be available for people aged 12 and over as well as third doses for immunocompromised individuals. The Booster Clinic will be located at the Mastick Senior Center, 1155 Santa Clara Ave. No ID or proof of insurance is required to participate. Don’t forget to bring your existing vaccine card(s), though!

To get a booster shot, please schedule an appointment by visiting my.primary.health/l/hallersvaccineclinic. For more information, please visit alamedaca.gov/getvaccinated.

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COVID-19 boosters are available from the City of Alameda’s Booster Clinic on Saturday. Illustration Pixabay.com

The City has also released their latest COVID-19 statistics for January 25, 2022:

2,213 COVID-19 cases since January 1, 20223
6,852 COVID-19 total cases1
601 COVID-19 cases at AUSD campuses since Jan 122
110 COVID-19 total deaths1
83.5% Alameda residents fully vaccinated1
64% Alameda residents with boosters1
206 COVID-19 average daily cases per 100,0004
HIGH Alameda County COVID Transmission4

  1. City of Alameda dashboard: alamedaca.gov/c19
  2. AUSD data since school started: alamedaunified.org/cvdashboard
  3. Alameda County: covid-19.acgov.org/data.page
  4. CDC COVID data tracker: covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker

City and County data are currently 7-days delayed, data through 1/17/22.

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