March 5, 2021
Dear Stan State Campus Community:
Stanislaus County Public Health Services Agency (HSA) has opened COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to all individuals in Phase 1B age 16 and older. Vaccines are available for individuals who live and/or work in Stanislaus County. Proof of age, employment and/or residency will be verified. Community members are encouraged to visit the HSA website for more information.
- Phase 1B includes people employed in the following sectors:
- Education and childcare
- Emergency services
- Food and agriculture
- Stan State faculty, staff, and student employees age 16+ are eligible
- Non-compensated student interns, student volunteers, etc., age 16 + are identified by HSA as eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine
The clinic at Fitzpatrick Arena at Stan State will be open:
- 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, March 6 (1st Dose Only - Pfizer)
- 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday, March 10 (1st & 2nd Dose - Pfizer)
- 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, March 13 (1st Dose Only - Pfizer)
WHAT TO BRING:
- Bring a photo ID with date of birth
- Proof of residency
- Proof of employment in the education sector will be required; bring ONE of the following:
- Faculty/staff Warrior ID card
- Stan State paystub (can be obtained online at Cal Employee Connect)
- Non-compensated student interns, student volunteers, etc., should provide an appointment/offer letter from their campus department/unit
For those coming to the Stan State site:
- Use the Geer Road entrance to the campus
- Free parking in Lot 8 and 11a, near Fitzpatrick Arena
- No appointment is necessary; first come, first serve
- Vaccination screening forms will be provided at the clinic
- If you wish to fill out your screening prior to arriving at the clinic, download a copy
- Wear face coverings and maintain a distance of six feet from others while waiting in line
Stan State employees can go to other vaccine clinic locations in Stanislaus County to receive the vaccine. Information about other vaccine clinic locations is available on the Stanislaus County Health Services Agency website.
Information about future clinic dates, including planned closed PODs, will be shared when available.
More information on the vaccine’s safety and efficacy can be found on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.