SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Seniors in Sacramento County can now sign up to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
People 65 and older can schedule appointments through Sacramento State or California Northstate universities. The clinics begin Tuesday. Both offer the Pfizer vaccine.READ MORE: Folsom Slackliners Run Risk Of Hefty Fines In State Parks
Health officials warn there are more than 200,000 seniors in Sacramento County and still a very limited supply of shots.
Sacramento County residents can also get vaccinated through their primary care providers.READ MORE: 5-Year-Old Boy With Cystic Fibrosis Recovers From COVID-19
|Dignity Health/Mercy Medical Group||Mercy Medical Group patients aged 65 and older|
|Kaiser Permanente||Kaiser patients aged 75 and older|
|Sutter Health||Sutter patients aged 75 and older|
|UC Davis Medical Center||UCDMC patients aged 65 and older|
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Vaccinations are free for all, regardless of immigration status or insurance coverage.