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Mass COVID-19 vaccination site in Lompoc closing, heading to Santa Maria

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY Calif. – The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department is getting ready to wrap up at Lompoc's mass COVID-19 vaccination site. The public health department is preparing to move onto Santa Maria's site.

The last day in Lompoc is Saturday and all appointments are filled.

Second doses will be available in about three weeks, which is when staff members will return to Lompoc, according to the department.

Public health plans to set up its next mass COVID-19 vaccination site at Allan Hancock College beginning Monday.

"It's very important," said site pod manager Jeanie Sleigh. "What it means to me, is that we are really taking care of the community and our county."

So far, more than 5,900 COVID-19 vaccines have been distributed at the Lompoc site.

The plan is to distribute close to 9,000 by the end of the week.

If you are eligible and would like to make an appointment at the Santa Maria site, click here.

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Karen Cruz-Orduña

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