Vaccines and Testing Available

June 22, 2021 0

MCC is your one stop shop for all things COVID, from testing to vaccines!

If you have symptoms and want to be tested, call us at 964 1251 and we will set up a video visit or have you assessed in your car.

If you don’t have symptoms and want to be tested, give us a call at 964 1251 and we will get you in the same day to be tested. Our new tests are much more comfortable and are over in seconds – our amazing COVID team has had a lot of practice giving these tests over the past 15 months! Results are typically available in 48 hours.

If you’ve been tested before and the test was negative, you should still get tested. The new variant is now causing 20% of new COVID cases, up from 10% only two weeks ago. And with restrictions on masks and distancing being lifted all over California, it’s easy for the virus to spread.

We will be giving second doses of Pfizer starting at 3:00 and Moderna at 5:30 on Friday, June 25, and second doses of Pfizer starting at 10:00 on Saturday, June 26. These are drive throughs at the clinic, 205 South Street. If you’re overdue for your second dose, come on down and we’ll be happy to give it to you!

People who have had both doses have close to 90% immunity from the new variant, but those who have only had one dose only have about 33% immunity. So, it’s more important than ever to get that second dose, or get started with your first dose.

Here are some healthcare professionals from around the county sharing why they decided to get the vaccine:

We hope you will, too!

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