SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – Multiple Bay Area counties are expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to residents 16 and up.
On Tuesday, both San Francisco and Santa Clara County announced that all residents 16+ can sign up for vaccine appointments.
On Monday, Alameda County also expanded vaccine eligibility to all residents 16+.
These announcements came early than anticipate, two days before the state’s April 15 designation date.
San Francisco officials announced that the county has the highest percentage of residents vaccinated.
Dr. Grant Colfax, San Francisco’s Director of Health, delivered some good news on how the city is tackling COVID-19.
Despite the CDC and FDA putting the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on hold while it exams six cases of blood clotting among the millions given, Dr. Colfax they have plenty of Pfizer and Moderna to keep going without any cancelations.