UCSD vaccinates 100k San Diegans; county’s rollout ranks second in state
The San Diego Union Tribune
The county’s first mass vaccination center, run by UC San Diego, crossed a major milestone this week after inoculating more than 100,000 people against the novel coronavirus.
UCSD Health reached the mark on Wednesday, according to Dr. Christopher Longhurst, chief information officer.
About one out of every three San Diegans who’ve gotten a COVID-19 vaccine received their shot at the superstation, located at the Petco Park tailgate lot. UCSD partnered with the county, city and Padres to launch the effort on Jan. 11...Read more on The San Diego Tribune