Residents and representatives from a variety of organizations across Alameda County have been invited to support safe, equitable vaccine distribution. While the State’s framework prioritizes vaccination for different groups of people over four phases, Alameda County has some local control over how those priorities are put into practice. We are seeking input on: vaccine prioritization, how to build more trust, effective messaging and managing misinformation.
How We Integrate the Community Advisory Group (CAG) Across Vaccine Planning Efforts
Kimi Watkins-Tartt, Alameda County Public Health Director
Nestor Castillo, Public Health Commission/University Lecturer
Greg Hodge, KHEPERA Consulting/Brotherhood of Elders Network
Meeting Details and Summaries
All meetings will be held via Zoom Webinar and Facebook Live, and will be open to the public as listen-only attendees, with opportunity for public comment and written Q&A.
Vaccination Prioritization Framework
Alameda County is following Federal and State recommendations, which change from time to time. Please note that timing through each phase depends on vaccine supply and demand; local health departments have some discretion within phases. (last updated: 1/13/21)