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Community Opinions

COMMUNITY OPINION: First vaccination clinic of the 21st Century

Mary Zanger writes about vaccination efforts in San Benito County.

Public health staff checked temperatures before vaccinating residents on Jan. 29. Photo by John Chadwell.

Community Opinions

COLUMN: County vaccine rollout moves ahead despite dose shortage

District 2 Supervisor Kollin Kosmicki provides an update on San Benito County's vaccine distribution and a severe limitation of local doses.

San Benito County interim Public Health Officer Dr. David Ghilarducci. Photo provided.

Government / Politics

Q&A: County’s flu vaccine status

Public Health Officer David Ghilarducci tells why he’s hopeful despite lower than normal vaccination numbers.

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Health

Sept. 17 drive-thru flu shot clinic cancelled

Gas leak in Hollister disrupts plans.

Teknova's 120 employees work to meet the demand for buffers in research to develop COVID-19 vaccines. Photos provided by Teknova.

Business / Economy

Teknova assists with COVID-19 research

Hollister biotech company produces cell culture media for those working to develop a vaccine.

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Health

Flu season is around the corner

Californians urged to get the flu vaccine in September/October.

Protesters speak with onlookers outside of the San Benito County Public Health Services office during a May 31 protest. Photos by Heather Graham.

Health

Protesters picket public health department over vaccine exemption bill

Parents oppose SB 276, saying it puts medically fragile children at risk.

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Health

Californians traveling internationally urged to be vaccinated against Measles

In 2019 to date, there have been 38 cases of measles statewide.

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Health

California infant dies from whooping cough

State and local public health officers urge pregnant women to get immunized.

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Health

Free Flu Vaccination Clinic at Veterans Memorial Building on October 23

Public Health Services urges residents to get the vaccine ahead of the arrival of influenza season.