COVID-19 Vaccinations Begin for Farm Workers, Law Enforcement, Educators in San Mateo County

Vaccination for law enforcement, educators and farmworkers are underway in San Mateo County and community partners say the process has been going well so far.

The county hosted a vaccination clinic at the San Mateo County Event Center on Monday to vaccinate 800 law enforcement members, including members of the county’s sheriff’s office.

Detective Rosemerry Blankswade, spokesperson for the sheriff’s office, received the vaccine on Monday along with others like detectives, sergeants, administrators and patrol officers. Blankswade said that San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos Bolanos was scheduled to receive the vaccine Monday afternoon.

Blankswade said she felt no side effects except a sore arm, as if

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