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April 11, 2021

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Hollister not included in state’s vaccine equity plan

No communities in San Benito County qualify for the California Department of Public Health’s vaccine equity plan, which Gov. Gavin Newsom last week pitched...

Public health officials rush to vaccinate older population

San Benito County Public Health Services announced that they’re working twice as fast to streamline vaccine distribution to the most vulnerable residents who are...

County anticipates advancing into Phase 1B of Covid vaccinations

San Benito County officials are anticipating some more progress in the fight against Covid-19 as they plan to advance into the first of two...

Vaccination Interest Portal goes live on the web

San Benito County Public Health Services officials announced that the Covid-19 Vaccine Interest Portal is now live for San Benito County residents who fall...

County prepares to enter Phase 1B of Covid vaccinations

San Benito County is preparing to enter Phase 1B of the Covid-19 vaccination phase system as they continue to move swiftly through the first...

Health department releases Covid-19 vaccine plan

The San Benito County Public Health Services department released its latest Covid-19 Vaccination Plan, which includes a rollout timeline and a dashboard that will...

Updated: After dog located, 12-year-old can forego rabies protocol

Michele Cameron and her family had a rough weekend as they awaited recommendations from medical professionals on whether to treat the Camerons’ 12-year-old daughter for rabies after she had been bitten Thursday by a dog whose vaccination had expired in March.

Family seeks owner after daughter’s dog bite

Michele Cameron, the mother of a 12-year-old daughter bit by a dog at Ridgemark Thursday evening, is pleading with the owner of the dog to come forward so that her daughter will not have to undergo a painful series of rabies vaccinations on Monday.

Public Health sniffs out flu at local event

Even though San Benito County’s Public Health department waited until January to hold a free seasonal flu vaccination clinic, there was a line of about 50 people when they opened the doors of the Veterans Memorial Building at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, with a line forming again in the afternoon.