Vaccination Announcements

1/28/21 Update:

https://vaccinefinder.org/search/ 

Linked above is a page where you can search for vaccines in your area. 

California has already vaccinated 72% of seniors 65 and older with at least one dose, and 43% of the population 16 and older has received at least one dose. More than 8 million people of an estimated 32 million eligible are fully vaccinated.

Californians 16 and older can make appointments starting April 15. - NBC Bay Area (Original Article Link)

1/28/21

Santa Clara County announced Tuesday that residents age 65+ who are not members of Kaiser, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, or Stanford Health are encouraged to make their vaccine appointments at sccfreevax.org. Registration forms are available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, and Chinese. Residents can also call Valley Connections at 408-970-2000 for assistance making vaccine appointments. Interpretation services are available.

Older adults with health coverage through Kaiser, Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF), and Stanford Healthcare should contact their providers for vaccine appointments. This week, Stanford expanded eligibility to members age 65 and up. Kaiser and PAMF remain at 75 and up. All providers intend to expand eligibility as more doses of vaccine are produced and distributed.

COVID-19 vaccine eligibility criteria will change in the coming weeks as more doses become available.

sccfreevax.org

English: https://vax.sccgov.org/home

Spanish: https://vax.sccgov.org/home-es

Vietnamese: https://vax.sccgov.org/home-vi

Chinese: https://vax.sccgov.org/home-zh

Kaiser: https://mydoctor.kaiserpermanente.org/.../covid-19-vaccine

Palo Alto Medical Foundation: https://www.sutterhealth.org/.../health.../covid-19-vaccine

Stanford Healthcare: https://stanfordhealthcare.org/.../safety-health-vaccine...

— Stanford expanded eligibility to members age 65 and up. Kaiser and PAMF remain at 75 and up. All providers intend to expand eligibility as more doses of vaccine are produced and distributed. —

COVID-19 vaccine eligibility criteria will change in the coming weeks as more doses become available.

Remember to check with your healthcare providers for more information and for more updates to come.

THÔNG TIN V COVID-19

VIVO is accepting donations from everyone. We take Money, Masks, Face Shields, Gloves, Goggles, and Hand Sanitizer. Please contact the VIVO staff to drop off items on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday through the Get In Touch form below, we will schedule a time with you. 

All donations will be sent to the hospital for Coronavirus-19. 

Link To Donate:

Donation Contact/ Scheduling Form:
Vietnamese Voluntary Foundation 
2072 Lucretia Ave, San Jose, CA 95122
Tel : (408)532 - 7755
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