Madera County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) Host Tacos and Vaccination Drive-Thru COVID-19 clinic on Cinco de Mayo
MADERA – The Madera County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) is celebrating Cinco de Mayo with a tacos and COVID-19 vaccination drive-through clinic today, May 5, 2021. All those vaccinated during the clinic will be served two free tacos. The event is open to all those 18+ and both Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccinations will be offered.
The most recent data shows that out of the total number of Madera County residents currently eligible, 46.1% have received at least the first dose and 32.7% are fully vaccinated.
“Vaccinations are key to helping slow the spread of COVID-19 in Madera County and move the community forward. MCDPH continues to look for creative ways to increase vaccine rates and make vaccines as accessible as possible to everyone who is eligible in Madera County,” said Sara Bosse, Public Health Director.
Supervisor Leticia Gonzalez and team brought the tacos and vaccination concept to MCDPH and helped to coordinate the event. Supervisor Gonzalez states, “We’re seeing light at the end of the tunnel. I am proud of our Madera County Public Health for leading vaccination efforts in creating herd immunity. It takes a team to be successful. Together we are stronger!”
• Date: Wednesday, May 5, 2021
• Time: 4-7 pm
• Where: Pan-Am Park – 703 E Sherwood Way Madera, Ca 93638
Pre-registration is available for the event through My Turn at www.myturn.ca.gov .
Walk-ins are also accepted however tacos are limited to the first 300 attendees.