Kaiser to open satellite COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Fremont

FREMONT — Kaiser Permanente plans to open a temporary vaccination clinic near a major shopping center in Fremont to help increase the number of people it can inoculate against COVID-19, according to city reports.

Fremont’s zoning administrator on Feb. 9 gave Kaiser an emergency permit to open a vaccination clinic at a satellite facility it owns at 43971 Boscell Rd., near Fremont’s Auto Mall and Pacific Commons Shopping Center.

City reports say Kaiser plans to run the clinic in its 7,865-square foot facility seven days a week, beginning in “mid-February,” with the aim of vaccinating nearly 100 people per hour, “based on available dosages.”

Kaiser’s satellite facility in Fremont

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