Don’t delay getting boosters – County officials hope to avoid competition for appointments

A vial of the Covid vaccine. AP photo.
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Daily Post Correspondent

People who are eligible for a Covid-19 booster should get the shot as soon as possible to avoid a potential scheduling crunch when the vaccine is approved for children 5 to 11 years old, a county official said Sunday (Sept. 26).

The comments from Greta Hansen, Santa Clara County’s chief assistant county counsel, came during a telephone town hall meeting hosted by Supervisor Joe Simitian.

“For those of you who are interested in getting a booster shot, we’re really …

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4 Comments

  1. Two doses, masks for year and a half, and nothing has changed. Now come the boosters. All for a virus no worse than the flu at this point. It’s like people want to be controlled. Unreal.

  2. Step right up and get your profit boosting, booster shots, folks! You are not considered fully vaccinated and cannot socially interact with anyone without your bi-yearly profit boosting booster shots! LOLOL. Just wear a band bracelet to let other folks you have not gotten your boosters!

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