The site is located at 50 Broad Street near the MUNI 24 and M bus lines.
“We have vaccinated nearly 70% of those eligible for vaccination in San Francisco. 85% of them are 65 and over. We still have a way to go, ”said Dr. Grant Colfax, director of public health for San Francisco. “And we know doing it in situations like this, in places like this, will vary your access.”
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“We’ve led the way so far, so let’s continue to lead the way in vaccine updates,” Colfax said. “Get vaccinated. When you qualify, make an appointment; cheer on your friends, family and community.”
Wednesday morning, they vaccinated a dozen people on the site. Organizers say they expect it to get busier, calling it their soft launch. They say they just need to do more awareness so that more people know the site is open.
They’ve already made a key change to the process of getting a photo on the site to make it easier for people.
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“This was only a date, but as we try to make sure we address accessibility, you can get off, limited appointments will be made available to you,” said Felisia Thibodeaux, General Manager of Southwest Community Corporation. “If there is a vaccine on this site, we want to have it on your arm. So get off, get off, ride a bike, walk, whatever you need to do.
She said they planned to hand out 3,000 flyers on Friday to educate people about the clinic.
It will be open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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