MODESTO, Calif. — People in Stanislaus County will have another chance to get their COVID-19 vaccinations this week.
The county is reopening two clinics for people in Phase 1A and older adults, ages 65 and up. Vaccine recipients must also be Stanislaus County residents.
An outdoor clinic space set up at Modesto Centre Plaza, which replaces the vaccine clinic that had been operating at the county public health building on Scenic Drive, will accommodate as many people as possible this week.
Another clinic will be held on the Stanislaus State University campus in Turlock.
The county explained why pulling off clinics like this is a complex process.
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