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City Vaccine Response

Vaccination rates remain low in Livermore. The risk of COVID-19 is still present, especially if you are not fully vaccinated against the virus. To increase the vaccination rates in Livermore, the City is taking specific actions:

  1. Local Vaccination Clinics: the City will continue coordinating with the County, health care providers, and local organizations to bring vaccine clinics to the area.

  2. Outreach Efforts: the City will continue communicating with the public about the availability of vaccine through various methods, such as flyers, website, social media, and displays downtown.

  3. Detailed Data from Alameda County: the City has requested and received detailed data from the County, including vaccination rates by demographic and census tract. The City is evaluating and understanding the data and its implications. The data provides a basis for measuring success of City efforts. It is evident that messaging to different demographics will be necessary to achieve goals. View the data and communications between the City and County.

  4. Collaborate with the County: the City will continue collaborating with the County to receive updated data and plan next steps for outreach and clinics. The City will research what is working countywide and what more can be done in Livermore. 

  5. Collaborate with Local Health Care Providers: the City will continue collaborating with local health care providers to message about vaccines and the importance of speaking with your health care provider if you have questions. The City will continue encouraging their associated foundations to invest in improving the vaccination rates in Livermore.

  6. Direct Asks to Community Partners: the City will continue to ask community partners and organizations to share information with their members and networks about vaccine availability and the importance of getting vaccinated. The City will ask community partners to share best practices they have developed for encouraging vaccinations.

  7. COVID-19 Task Force: Mayor Woerner has established a COVID-19 task force of leaders from community organizations and businesses to develop recommendations for increasing vaccinations rates in Livermore. The City will act quickly to convene special City Council meetings as recommendations are developed by the task force that require City Council approval.

 

View Alameda County Public Health's comprehensive vaccine websiteIt includes guidance and resources such as FAQs, local vaccination sites, and data.


POP-UP CLINICS:

  • Springtown Library (998 Bluebell Dr., Livermore) | Tuesday, September 21, 2021 4:00 - 7:30 p.m. | Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson vaccines offered. Walk-ins accepted, no ID or insurance required. Second dose Pfizer clinic scheduled for October 12, 2021.

STANDING LIVERMORE VACCINE CLINICS:

    • Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare | Mondays and Thursdays 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and Saturdays 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. | 1133 E. Stanley Blvd., Suite 151. Walk-ins and appointments accepted.
    • Axis Community Health | Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:00 - 4:30 p.m. | Civic Center Library (1188 S. Livermore Ave., Livermore). Walk-ins and appointments accepted.

 

ELIGIBILITY: Alameda County is currently vaccinating residents ages 12 or older. View minor consent guidance


FIND A NEARBY VACCINE SITE: vaccines.gov