In partnership with Sacramento County, Capital Christian Center will host a Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic every Thursday from July 15 through Thursday, August 19 from 10am-5pm (closed between 2:30-3pm). There is no cost and no appointment needed. Appointments can be made to ensure a quicker check-in process here. Parking is available on the west side of the campus near the front fountain. There will be directional signs pointing toward the Parlour where the check-in will take place.
We are here to serve our local Sacramento community and our church members. If you have been looking for a place to get vaccinated, what better place to come to than right here at Capital.
LOCATION: Capital Christian Center Parlour
9470 Micron Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95827
TIME: 10am-5pm (closed between 2:30-3pm)
DATES: Thursdays from July 15 – August 19
APPOINTMENT: Appointments are encouraged, Walk Ups are Available
What should I expect at my appointment?
At your appointment, wear a mask and stay 6 feet away from others.
You will get a fact sheet that tells you about the specific vaccine you’ll receive, with risks and benefits.
The vaccine will be given to you as a shot in your upper arm.
After vaccination, you’ll be monitored on-site for 15 minutes to make sure you don’t have a reaction.
Once vaccinated, you’ll get a card that tells you what COVID-19 vaccine you got, the date you got it, and where you got it. Bring your vaccination card to your second appointment (if you need two shots), and keep it in case you need it in the future.
Ask your vaccination provider about getting started with v-safe, a free, smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to check how you’re doing after your COVID-19 vaccination.
Why is the vaccine only for adolescents 12 and over?
Vaccine trials and approvals commonly begin with older, more vulnerable populations then extend to younger ages. Adolescents were the next group to be prioritized because they are most similar to adults and are more likely than younger kids to spread the virus and become seriously ill. This approach balances the need for safety and speed, while protecting our children throughout vaccine development.
Both Pfizer and Moderna have ongoing clinical trials in people younger than 12. Depending on the outcome of those trials, authorization for this next age group could happen later this year. Johnson & Johnson is currently in clinical trials for the 12-17 age group.
Learn more about the plans to vaccinate younger Californians.