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Getting vaccinations at the Sarlatte gym

February 19, 2021

Rancho Cotate High School’s Henry J. Sarlatte Gymnasium is the host site for the Sonoma County Office of Education’s vaccine clinic. As you can plainly see there is plenty of space to allow for hundreds of people to receive vaccinations and then sit in a socially distanced setting under the watchful eye of medical personnel to wait 15 to 30 minutes before checking out. There is also enough space for people to lay down if required. I received my vaccine from one of the Rohnert Park Public Safety personnel on-site to help along with many others from various agencies, and I’m happy to report the process was easy, smooth and almost completely painless. 

Photo by Robert Grant