Yolo County offering home or workplace COVID vaccinations to all residents

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Receiving a COVID-19 vaccine in Yolo County has never been easier. Through July 2, Yolo County’s vaccination team will deliver and administer a vaccine to any county resident at their home or place of work. Call 530-666-8665 to schedule an appointment between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. “For almost two weeks, our vaccination team has been taking vaccine directly to residents in select areas of Yolo County as part of an effort to make the vaccine as accessible as possible,” said the county’s communication coordinator, Frank Schneegas. “Now we will be delivering vaccine anywhere in Yolo County through July 2…. If you haven’t been vaccinated, this is a great opportunity to get vaccinated as conveniently as possible.” For those who prefer a vaccine clinic, the county is also offering four first-dose clinics open to anyone ages 12 and up this week: * Thursday at the Health and Human Services Agency, 137 N Cottonwood St. in Woodland from 5 to 7 p.m. * Friday at Woodland High School, 21 N West St., from noon to 2 p.m. * Friday at Clarksburg Community Church, 52910 Netherlands Ave., in Clarksburg from 5 to 7 p.m. * Sunday at the River Cats game starting at 1 p.m. at Sutter Health Park, 400 Ballpark Dr., in West Sacramento Vaccination rates in Yolo County have not improved much in recent weeks with the percentage of residents fully or partially vaccinated remaining largely the same in most cities, according to data from the state. Vaccination rates in Winters remained the same as the week before, with 60 percent of residents in the 95694 zip code partially vaccinated and 44 percent fully vaccinated. In Davis, the vaccination rate in the 95618 zip code rose slightly with 79 percent of residents in that zip code having received at least one vaccine dose and 68 percent fully vaccinated — one of the highest rates of fully vaccinated residents in the county. Meanwhile, the other Davis zip code — 95616 — has not shown much improvement. As of June 16, 64 percent of residents in that zip code had received at least one vaccine dose and 56 percent were fully vaccinated. In Woodland, 82 percent of residents in the 95776 zip code have received at least one vaccine dose and 64 percent are fully vaccinated. In the 95695 zip code, 63 percent of residents have received at least one dose and 49 percent are fully vaccinated. West Sacramento’s numbers also remained largely unchanged week over week, with 52 percent of residents in the 95605 zip code partially vaccinated and 43 percent fully vaccinated. That city’s 95691 zip code has seen 66 percent of residents partially vaccinated and 56 percent fully vaccinated as of June 16. In addition to the county’s vaccine clinics and call-to-order service, Yolo County residents can find more vaccine options at MyTurn.ca.gov

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