Covid Vaccine

Contra Costa County, in partnership with the California Office of Emergency services, will begin offering walk-in service to people ages 16 and older who live or work in the county at several pop-up sites in the coming weeks.

About 500-700 vaccinations a day can be given at each site. The walk-in clinics (listed below) will be located in areas hardest hit by COVID-19, such as Richmond, the Monument Corridor in Concord and parts of East County.

“Places in eastern Contra Costa County, like Antioch, have among the highest COVID case rates but some of the lowest vaccination rates,” said Chair of the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors Diane Burgis, whose district includes the Antioch Community Center. “That’s why having easily accessible walk-in vaccine clinics like these are so important.”


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