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Dozens of people get vaccinated against COVID-19 at Sacramento pop-up clinic

Sacramento supermarket pop-up clinic injects dozens of drugs against COVID-19 in just 2 hours

Why organizers say ‘meet people where they are’ will help boost vaccination rates



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Sacramento supermarket pop-up clinic injects dozens of drugs against COVID-19 in just 2 hours

Why organizers say ‘meet people where they are’ will help boost vaccination rates

California leaders announced Wednesday that the omicron COVID-19 variant had been detected in the Golden State, making it the first known case in the country. your family. The La Familia Counseling Center in Sacramento is working to encourage vaccination in low-vaccination area communities. On Wednesday night, about 30 people were vaccinated in just two hours inside Sacramento’s Viva Supermarket thanks to a partnership between the market, La Familia, and UC Davis Health. “It’s important to meet our community where they are,” Mao Vang, a health plan manager for La Familia, told KCRA 3. She says convenience is key. The center also provides on-site interpreters to answer questions from residents. Wang said Viva Supermarket was chosen as the pop-up location because of its location in a culturally diverse community. The marketplace also agreed to offer $50 gift certificates for groceries to those who decide to roll up their sleeves. Stephanie Fields Ketchum works next to the supermarket and didn’t know the clinic was going on Wednesday night until she passed by. “This is perfect,” Ketchum said. “It’s right next door.” La Familia believes that community-based convenience is a key tool to help increase vaccination rates. The center will host six more pop-up clinics in December. Check its website for the most up-to-date schedule. Sacramento Native American Medical Center also provides health care services for all, regardless of ability to pay. If you have questions about vaccines, you can contact the center here. SNAHC is currently providing immunization services to patients and non-patients.

California leaders announced Wednesday that the omicron COVID-19 variant had been detected in the Golden State, making it the first known case in the country.

While there is still much to learn about this new variant, health experts say vaccination is key to protecting yourself and your family.

The La Familia Counseling Center in Sacramento is working to encourage vaccination in low-vaccination area communities.

On Wednesday night, about 30 people were vaccinated in just two hours inside Sacramento’s Viva Supermarket thanks to a partnership between the market, La Familia, and UC Davis Health.

“It’s important to meet our community where they are,” Mao Vang, a health plan manager for La Familia, told KCRA 3. She says convenience is key.

The center also provides on-site interpreters to answer questions from residents.

Wang said Viva Supermarket was chosen as the pop-up location because of its location in a culturally diverse community.

The marketplace also agreed to offer $50 gift certificates for groceries to those who decide to roll up their sleeves.

Stephanie Fields Ketchum works next to the supermarket and didn’t know the clinic was going on Wednesday night until she passed by.

“This is perfect,” Ketchum said. “It’s right next door.”

La Familia believes that community-based convenience is a key tool to help increase vaccination rates. The center will host six more pop-up clinics in December. Check it out website for the most up-to-date schedule.

Sacramento Native American Medical Center also provides health care services for all, regardless of ability to pay. If you have questions about vaccines, you can contact the center here. SNAHC is currently providing immunization services to patients and non-patients.

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