Santa Clara County officials are expecting 17,800 doses of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine to arrive in the county in the next few days, and doses will go to members of a high-priority group consisting of health care workers and nursing home residents.
The initial shipment will put a small dent in the number of doses needed …
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BY ALLISON LEVITSKY Daily Post Staff Writer Palo Alto school board member Ken Dauber slammed Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors President Joe Simitian Tuesday (May 15) for “killing” Stanford’s […]