Several hundred COVID-19 vaccine appointments later this week were being shown as available at one site in Sacramento County as of Monday afternoon. Since then, they have all been booked. Eligible people looking for Pfizer’s first dose were given the option to sign up for more than 278 appointment slots on Thursday or 400 for Friday at Curative’s vaccination site at McClellan Park. As of 10:30 p.m., all appointments were shown as taken.Sacramento County spokesperson Brenda Bongiorno said that the number of vaccines the county has received ramped up this week.Sacramento County Public Health had been receiving 15,000 to 18,000 doses a week. This week the allocation from the state jumped to 33,000, she said. “Not all the doses go to the McClellan Park site, but it’s allowed more appointments being offered at the site,” she said.COVID-19 vaccinations are available through county vaccination clinics, medical providers and pharmacies. Those ages 50 and older are now eligible to receive the vaccine across the state. Access opens to anyone ages 16 and older starting April 15. For the latest information on the vaccine in Sacramento County visit here.| More | COVID-19 vaccines in California: Everything you need to know

Several hundred COVID-19 vaccine appointments later this week were being shown as available at one site in Sacramento County as of Monday afternoon. Since then, they have all been booked. Eligible people looking for Pfizer’s first dose were given the option to sign up for more than 278 appointment slots on Thursday or 400 for Friday at Curative’s vaccination site at McClellan Park. As of 10:30 p.m., all appointments were shown as taken.
Sacramento County spokesperson Brenda Bongiorno said that the number of vaccines the county has received ramped up this week.Sacramento County Public Health had been receiving 15,000 to 18,000 doses a week. This week the allocation from the state jumped to 33,000, she said. “Not all the doses go to the McClellan Park site, but it’s allowed more appointments being offered at the site,” she said.COVID-19 vaccinations are available through county vaccination clinics, medical providers and pharmacies. Those ages 50 and older are now eligible to receive the vaccine across the state. Access opens to anyone ages 16 and older starting April 15. For the latest information on the vaccine in Sacramento County visit here.| More | COVID-19 vaccines in California: Everything you need to know