‘Will Make A Big Difference’: Mass Vaccination Clinic Held In Turlock

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TURLOCK – A mass vaccination clinic temporarily suspended this week was back on track in Turlock on Thursday – and for those in line, the doses could not be delivered fast enough.

Hundreds showed up early at Stanislaus State University’s Fitzpatrick Arena to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

“This is great, it will make a big difference,” said Barbara Campbell, who was in line with her husband.

The county had originally planned to host a mass vaccination clinic Tuesday, but the state recommended providers press pause on the distribution of more than 300,000 doses of the Moderna vaccine after a small group had an allergic reaction.

Kamlesh Kaur with the Stanislaus County Public Health Department said, “None of our recipients had any reaction to that vaccine. Even at the location where they had the reactions, it was less than ten people.”

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