Roseville will be among three regional locations to host new COVID vaccination clinics, which opened on Jan. 30 and Feb. 1 across Northern California.

Sutter Health is opening the new centers to increase vaccination capacity at a critical time. Once the three clinics are fully operating, they will provide vaccines to 2,000 patients per day. Senior citizens over the age of 75 and health care workers are being prioritized.

Roseville, Sacramento and Modesto were selected for strategic reasons. Health officials believe the large-scale clinics can help get as many people as possible vaccinated without delay.

People can register and will need an appointment before getting the vaccine. You can learn more about registering through Sutter’s online services or by calling 844-987-6115.

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