Administration of a COVID-19 vaccine. Photo by Leslie David.

News Release

OptumServe to provide COVID-19 vaccinations

Temporary site at Rancho San Justo Middle School expected to provide up to 210 vaccines per day, with potential to expand to more days based on allocation.

COVID-19 testing site set up inside the Veterans Memorial Building in Hollister. Photo by Robert Eliason.

Health

Fewer seeking COVID-19 tests in San Benito County

A drop in the positivity rate brings progress on the state’s ‘blueprint’ ranking.

COVID-19 testing site set up inside the Veterans Memorial Building in Hollister. Photo by Robert Eliason.

Health

COVID-19 testing continues at Vets Building despite supply shortage

OptumServe site in Salinas helps out with extra kits.

COVID-19 testing site set up inside the Veterans Memorial Building in Hollister. Photo by Robert Eliason.

Health

County issues FAQ on COVID-19 testing site

Anyone who meets the criteria can be tested at Vets Memorial Building, including uninsured, underinsured, undocumented and homeless individuals.

COVID-19 testing site set up inside the Veterans Memorial Building in Hollister. Photo by Robert Eliason.

Health

Data gremlins at COVID-19 testing site

High number of ‘pending’ results are due to problems loading data into the state reporting system.

COVID-19 testing site set up inside the Veterans Memorial Building in Hollister. Photo by Robert Eliason.

Health

COVID-19 testing open to the general public

Health department conducted 118 tests on May 10, with a daily capacity for 132.

San Benito County Official Seal. Courtesy of San Benito County

Health

San Benito County hosts no-cost COVID-19 testing

Testing will be available to all residents with a focus on—but not limited to—underserved populations, healthcare employees, essential workers, those over 60 years of age and those with chronic illnesses.