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Walk-in COVID-19 vaccinations available in Mountain View

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Nurse Arielle Sullivan, right, gives Victoria Heyse, a disaster services worker, a COVID-19 vaccine at the Mountain View Community Center.

Santa Clara County residents 16 and older can simply show up and get vaccinated for COVID-19 between now and Sunday.

During the county’s “Drop-In Week,” no appointments are necessary to get the vaccine. Drop-in availability is subject to supply and capacity limitations. In addition, same-day appointments are available at sccfreevax.org.

For Mountain View, Los Altos and Los Altos Hills residents, the closest county-run vaccination site is at the Mountain View Community Center, 201 S. Rengstorff Ave. The site is open 8:30 a.m. to 5:45 p.m., through Friday.

“Now is the time to get vaccinated,” said Dr. Marty Fenstersheib, COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Officer for Santa Clara County. “Join more than one million of your neighbors who have already started their vaccinations and stop by one of our clinics today. Vaccines are absolutely critical to protecting our community, and we won’t rest until every eligible person in our community has the chance to get vaccinated.”

According to county officials, more than 65% of people age 16 and older living in Santa Clara County have received a first dose and more than 37% have been completely vaccinated.

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