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COVID-19 Vaccine Now Available for Anyone 12 and Older


Contra Costa Health Services, Kaiser Permanente, and the Contra Costa County Office of Education are partnering to make sure everyone can get a safe, effective COVID-19 vaccine.

COVID-19 vaccine is now available for anyone who is 12 or older, and to help families find a convenient vaccination opportunity, a number of no-cost clinics are now available.  

The following school-based vaccine clinics are currently scheduled from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. Clinic dates and locations are subject to change. 

  • May 18-22: Antioch Middle, Concord High.
  • May 25-29: Edna Hill Middle (Brentwood), Pinole Valley High (Pinole), Pittsburg High, Ygnacio Valley High (Concord)
  • June 1-5: Acalanes High (Lafayette), Dallas Ranch Middle (Antioch), Freedom High (Oakley)**, Iron Horse Middle (San Ramon), Kennedy High (Richmond), Mt. Diablo High (Concord)
  • June 8-12: Antioch Middle, California High (San Ramon), Concord High, De Anza High (Richmond), Las Lomas High (Walnut Creek), Liberty High (Brentwood)
  • June 15-19: Dougherty Valley High (San Ramon), Edna Hill Middle (Brentwood), Pinole Valley High (Pinole), Pittsburg High, Ygnacio Valley High (Concord)
  • June 22-26: Acalanes High (Lafayette), Dallas Ranch Middle (Antioch), Freedom High (Oakley)**, San Ramon Valley (Danville), Mt. Diablo High (Concord), Kennedy High (Richmond)
  • June 29-July 3: De Anza High (Richmond), California High (San Ramon), Las Lomas High (Walnut Creek), Liberty High (Brentwood)
  • July 6-10: Dougherty Valley High (San Ramon)
    ** No clinic at Freedom High on 6/5 or 6/26

Everyone is welcome, including students who are 12 or older, family members and members of the community. Appointments are also available through the county’s scheduling page or by calling 1-833-829-2626.

The vaccine (Pfizer) requires two doses to provide full protection, so new patients at the clinic will receive follow-up appointments. People younger than 18 need permission from a parent – send in the consent form for your child or come in person, especially if you need a vaccine too!

Information and scheduling will also be available for required school immunization booster vaccines, such as Tdap.

Getting vaccinated is the most effective way of protecting ourselves, our families and other students from getting COVID-19. As we prepare for next fall, let’s all do our part to keep De La Salle healthy and safe.

More information about coronavirus and vaccine is available at cchealth.org/coronavirus and, for Kaiser Permanente members, at kp.org.


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