5/18/22 Update - The last day for the public to get a COVID-19 vaccination at the Mountain View Community Center is now Saturday, May 28.
The original closing date for the County of Santa Clara-operated vaccination site was Wednesday, May 25. However, the Community Center will continue to host the site for a few days longer since vaccine demand is expected to go up. That's because the Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday authorized a booster dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11.
5/10/22 - The last day for the public to get a COVID-19 vaccination at the Mountain View Community Center is Wednesday, May 25. That’s because the County of Santa Clara-operated vaccination site is concluding operations this month.
As a result, the City of Mountain View will resume providing the community with in-demand recreation programming including summer camps and special events at the Community Center.
During the pandemic, the City of Mountain View has been proud to host one of the County’s COVID-19 mass vaccination sites, being among the first to do so in Santa Clara County. The Community Center has operated as a vaccination site to serve North County for nearly a year and a half. As vaccination appointments have slowed, the City will continue to partner with the County for future pop-up events for COVID-19 vaccination and testing.
Since January 2021, more than 138,200 COVID-19 vaccinations have been provided at the Community Center. As of May 9, 85.8% of County residents are vaccinated.