City of Redlands to Host Vaccine Clinic Focused on Underserved Communities
The city of Redlands is partnering with local groups and faith organizations to host a vaccine clinic at Citrus Valley High School on March 30. KVCR’s Megan Jamerson has more on the clinic that aims to reach the underserved community.
For people without transportation who live in the North Redlands area, a bus may be available to bring them to the clinic. Residents should ask about this service when they register for the vaccine according to a city news release.
The event is organized in partnership with Cops and Clergy Network, the Northside Impact Committee, Redlands Second Baptist Church, Community Missionary Baptist Church, Redlands City Police and Fire, Redlands Community Hospital and the University of Redlands
Appointments are required and should be made by March 28. Residents can cantact Mario Saucedo, of the Common Vision Coalition by phone at (951) 533-4439 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. They may also contact any one of the other partnering community organizations..
Eligibility is limited to those who live or work in San Bernardino County and who currently qualify for the vaccine including people age 65 and older, essential workers and those with certain health conditions. For a full list of who is eligible for the vaccine visit sbcovid19.com/vaccine.