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Santa Cruz seniors face issues signing up for vaccine appointments – KSBW Monterey

The hospital has moved to vaccinate patients who are 75 and older.

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SANTA CRUZ, Calif. —A drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine clinic opened Friday morning in Santa Cruz for Sutter Health patients.
The hospital has moved to vaccinate patients who are 75 and older.
The drive-thru went smoothly although there were some senior patients who felt let down.
They all had to register before they could receive their vaccination.
“I was able to get in and get this appointment at 11:00 this morning. I believe it is the first day that we’re doing it. I am a retired physician,” said…

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