By CBS13 Staff

NATOMAS (CBS13) — A COVID-19 vaccine clinic is opening this week at Natomas High School.

The drive-through clinic, run by Natomas Unified, is only open to seniors 65 and older and first responders and requires an appointment.

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Together with Sacramento County Public Health and Dr. Rusty Oshita, a doctor for Urgent Care Now, the clinic will work to vaccinate seniors in Sacramento. The district is also working with Mayor Pro-Tem Angelique Ashby to reach seniors who may not know they are able to get vaccinated in their community.

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There are 1,000 appointments available on Thursday, Feb. 11, and vaccinations will continue on Thursdays moving forward.

You can register for an appointment here, or call 916-561-5253 on Mondays from 8 to 11 a.m. for assistance. No walk-ins are accepted.

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Learn more about vaccinations in Sacramento County here.