Mayor Farrah N. Khan’s unwavering pledge to vaccinate all Irvine residents continued Monday, March 22, with another COVID-19 vaccine clinic held through an ongoing partnership with Hoag. Higher risk Irvine residents aged 60 and over received COVID-19 vaccines at Lakeview Senior Center.
“Continuing to expand COVID-19 vaccine parameters to more Irvine residents brings me great satisfaction,” said Mayor Farrah N. Khan. “My COVID-19 Task Force continues to be successful in meeting the needs of my constituents and I’m extremely grateful for these fruitful partnerships. I’m certain that in coming weeks the City will be able to provide even more vaccines to eligible Irvine residents.”
The vaccine clinic took place Monday, March 22, at Lakeview Senior Center. 180 of Irvine’s higher risk residents aged 60 and over received COVID-19 vaccines. To date, the City has directly administered 480 COVID-19 vaccines to Irvine’s highest risk residents through the partnership with Hoag, and a total 880 residents through additional partnerships.
"Hoag is proud to partner with the City of Irvine to provide our community’s senior population with COVID-19 vaccines, especially those who have had limited access to obtaining them,” said Marcy Brown, Senior Vice President and Chief Hospital Operations Officer at Hoag. “We are passionate about and committed to supporting our community at this critical stage of the pandemic."
Additional information about vaccines and the COVID-19 Task Force is available at cityofirvine.org.