Ask. Learn. Decide.

Many people in our area have not received the vaccine yet. It is a very important, personal choice to make. Maybe you have questions or need to know where to get a vaccine. You may also have concerns about if it is safe.  Each of us can protect our family and friends and restore our community. Let’s work together to slow the spread of COVID-19. 

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march, 2023

sat11mar10:00 am2:00 pmCovid-19 ResourcesFREE MOBILE HEALTH CLINICOpen to the Community10:00 am - 2:00 pm Head Start Child Development 9537 Kelley Dr. Stockton, CA 95209 Event Organized By: San Joaquin Health Centers Services Offered:COVID Testing,COVID Vaccines,Flu ShotCounty:San Joaquin County Event TagsHPSJ will attend

sat18mar10:00 am2:00 pmCovid-19 ResourcesTHE LUCK OF THE COLLABORATIVEOpen to the Community10:00 am - 2:00 pm King Kennedy Neighborhood Center, 601 S. Martin Luther King Drive, Modesto, CA. 95351 Event Organized By: West Modesto Community Collaborative Services Offered:COVID Vaccines,Information/Health FairCounty:Stanislaus County

sat25mar9:00 am1:00 pmCovid-19 ResourcesSTOCKTON WIC COVID-19 VACCINE EVENTOpen to the Community9:00 am - 1:00 pm WIC- 620 N. Aurora St. Stockton, CA 95202 Event Organized By: San Joaquin County Public Health Services Services Offered:COVID VaccinesCounty:San Joaquin County Event TagsHPSJ will attend

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What are others saying?


I heard they put a tracker in your body when you get the vaccine? I really need to understand what this is about. How do I learn more? - Sharie S.


I am not vaccinated yet. I want to have kids and worry about being able to get pregnant. I am going to talk with my doctor next week and make a decision. - Alicia N.


I work in health care but it took me a while to say yes to the vaccine. I asked my doctor and read a lot about it. I also asked my grandma what she thought. Finally, i decided it was the right thing for me. - Sophia M.


I got the vaccine so I could get into a concert. I feel ok about it- I felt a little nauseous when i first got the shot, but it went away in a day. - Ricardo L.

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Posted on October 4th, 2021 and last modified on September 29th, 2022.