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  • Walk-in Vaccine Clinics Open in Contra Costa County — Richmond Pulse: As of Friday, the county has administered close to 900,000 doses, nearing the goal it set for itself. Initially, the county said it hoped to give 1 million doses by July 4. That target date has since been moved up to May 31. This Richmond Edition includes info on free walk-in clinics, open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. No appointments needed.
  • Oakland Coliseum Site Continues to Provide Safe, Effective COVID-19 Vaccine — Contra Costa Government: "Following state and federal health guidance, only the federally approved Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine will be provided at the Coliseum, which is expected to continue delivering more than 6,000 vaccines per day on site and through mobile clinics in Alameda and Contra Costa counties."
  • Contra Costa opens vaccine eligibility to ages 50 and older — Contra Costa Health Services websitePeople who are 50 or older can now get vaccines in…
  • California approves $600 stimulus for low-income residents who earn less than $30,000 annually. Read more about who qualifies, and how it works in this…
  • Richmond Art Studio Keeps People With Disabilities Connected During The Pandemic - KALW News/Crosscurrents: In Richmond, a progressive art studio ensures…