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UC Davis allows anyone 16 and older to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
UC Davis this week will extend COVID-19 eligibility to patients and patients aged 16 and over, healthcare providers said Monday.From Tuesday, anyone eligible can. Registration for the vaccine can be made online, including those who are not currently a patient, UC Davis Health said in a Facebook post.This happened as the state extended the eligibility to people age 50 and older as of April 1, the state. There are plans to add recipients to the age of 16 and over starting April 15th. Sign up for the vaccine with UC Davis here if you’re a patient. Non-patients can go here.
UC Davis this week will extend COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to patients and patients aged 16 years and older, healthcare providers said Monday.
Starting Tuesday, anyone eligible can register online for the vaccine, including those who are not yet a patient, UC Davis Health said in a Facebook post.
This happened as the state extended eligibility to people age 50 and older on April 1.The state plans to increase the number of recipients to people aged 16 and over starting April 15.
You can register for the vaccine with UC Davis here if you’re a patient. Non-patients can go here.