As of Wednesday, 76% of Sonoma County’s eligible 12+ population had received at least one dose. While health officials are pleased with this progress, they caution that vaccination rates for younger adults aged 18-34 are lagging compared to other age groups.
Sonoma County Health officials say that a key factor in new cases is lagging vaccinations among younger adults, with unvaccinated residents ages 18 to 34 accounting for most of the new cases in Sonoma County. Health officials remain concerned about the risk that new variants, including the highly transmissible delta variant, pose to those who are not vaccinated.
Are you one of the 24% who hasn’t been vaccinated?
Vaccines are now readily available to anyone 12+ who wants one. Visit the SoCo Emergency website or see flyers in English and Spanish for a complete list of vaccine clinics or walk into one of the local pop-ups listed below.
- Wednesday, July 21st, 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm, Sonoma Valley Community Health Center, 19270 Sonoma Hwy., walk-in or visit, svhpvaccines.org
- Thursday, July 22nd, 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm, La Luz Center, 7560 Greger St., walk-in or visit svhpvaccines.org
- Saturday, July 24th, Noon – 3:00 pm, Sonoma Valley Community Health Center, 19270 Sonoma Hwy., walk-in or visit welcome, svhpvaccines.org