Over 1 million Alameda County residents are fully vaccinated! While this is an exciting milestone, COVID-19 is still spreading in our communities and many Alameda County residents remain unvaccinated. The vaccines are safe and provide the best protection against severe illness, hospitalization, and death due to COVID-19. Cases of COVID-19, including the highly transmissible Delta variant, continue to rise in Alameda County. Most new cases are in unvaccinated residents and the Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) encourages all eligible, unvaccinated residents to schedule their COVID-19 vaccine appointments as soon as possible.
- ALL IN Alameda County and Initiatives Have Transitioned into Alameda County Agencies
- Alameda County Supervisor Dave Brown’s Biweekly Newsletter (October 11, 2022)
- Board of Supervisors Passes Resolution in Support of Reproductive Rights in Alameda County
- Alameda County Supervisor Dave Brown’s Biweekly Newsletter (March 7, 2022)
- Alameda County Supervisor Dave Browns’s Biweekly Newsletter (February 7, 2022)