Contra Costa County is taking COVID-19 vaccines on the road.
Special mobile vaccine units have been traveling to assisted living facilities and low income housing complexes trying to reach some of the most vulnerable populations.
Many of the Casa Serna residents in Bay Point don’t have the ability or the means to get to the mass vaccination sites. But nearly all the residents of the 50 units have all been vaccinated thanks to the county’s Mobile Strike teams that have brought the vaccine right here to them.
“I really think it’s a miracle I’m alive. I really do,” said Judy Haverty.
The 84-year-old said she’s been living in fear
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