FROM THE CITY OF MONTEREY
Local update on COVID-19 & more
April 22, 2021
Vaccine Clinic appointments available for Pfizer and Moderna from Montage Health
Montage Health has Pfizer vaccine appointments available for those 16 years and older this Friday and Moderna vaccine appointments on Saturday, April 24 and Tuesday, April 27, for those 18 and older. All first-dose clinics are at Marina Wellness Center. To book an appointment, visit https://myturn.ca.gov/, fill out the information, and then scroll down past the first set of vaccine locations to “other options” where you will find the Montage Wellness Center Marina clinic.

In addition, Natividad Medical Center in Salinas is hosting a Moderna vaccine clinic tomorrow, Friday, April 23 at at the Hartnell College main campus from 8AM-4PM. Hundreds of slots are available as of this morning. Make a reservation: https://caprepmod.org/reg/4061501992

Let's do this! Let's move the dial in Monterey County and get our population vaccinated! We can continue to reopen the economy and get back to what we love!
Happy Earth Day!
Happy Earth Day! Let's celebrate Earth and protect it against litter. Thank you for keeping Monterey County beautiful.
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, Saturday, April 24
The Monterey Police Department (MPD) is participating in the annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day this Saturday, April 24 from 10 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. The public can drop off potentially dangerous prescription medications at Monterey Police Department, which will adhere to local COVID-19 guidelines and regulations in order to maintain the safety of all participants and local law enforcement. MPD will collect tablets, capsules, patches, and other solid forms of prescription drugs. Liquids (including intravenous solutions), syringes and other sharps, and illegal drugs will not be accepted. MPD will continue to accept vaping devices and cartridges at its drop off location, provided lithium batteries are removed. Helping people dispose of potentially harmful prescription drugs is just one way MPD is working to reduce addiction and overdose deaths.
Monterey Recreation's Summer Camp Programs Registration is OPEN!
It’s time to register for Summer Camp programs with City of Monterey Recreation! A wide variety of summer programs are planned for all ages. We are offering the following camps and programs plus much more.
  • Tiny Tots Summer Camp (ages 3-5 yrs.)
  • Play It Safe Summer Fun Program (ages 5-10 yrs.)
  • Beach Volleyball Camp (ages 12-16 yrs.)
  • Challenger British Soccer Camp (ages 7-13 yrs.)
  • Basketball Camp (ages 7-13 yrs.)
  • Flag Football Camp (ages 7-13 yrs.)
  • STEM and Minecraft with LEGO® Camp (ages 6-10 yrs.)
  • Men’s and CO-ED Softball Leagues (ages 18 and older)

Strict COVID-19 protocols will be followed including daily health screenings, face masks, physical distancing and enhanced cleaning and disinfecting. Space is limited due to COVID-19.

Registration is available online 24/7 at monterey.org/rec. In-person registration is limited. Full program information is posted on the Monterey Recreation registration website and additional programs will be added as soon as details are finalized.

For more information, email montereyrecreation@monterey.org, call 646-3866. 
Monterey Recreation's Cooking Video of the Week - That's Good! Lemon Cream Cheese Bundt Cake
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VACCINATION LOCATIONS WITH APPOINTMENT DATES AND TIMES UPDATED REGULARLY: Refer to the Monterey County Health Dept (MCHD) vaccine appointments web page for the latest information - mcvaccinate.com
(We use this MCHD page to populate the list below.)

Vaccine clinics hosted by CHOMP - https://chomp.org/coronavirus/vaccine/appointments/

Vaccine clinics hosted by Safeway Pharmacy

COVID-19 Numbers for 93940
Here are the latest numbers from CHOMP for today and 4/20:
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Important Links and Daily Numbers
Please note: Data refreshes Tuesday through Saturday
NOTE ABOUT RECENT NUMBER OF DEATHS: According to Herald Reporter @WrightScribe on Twitter , The Monterey County Health Department
has reported nearly 40 additional COVID-19 deaths in the past couple
of weeks. The department says it has been doing data cleanup from outbreaks at long-term care facilities over the winter surge and
verifying deaths, causing the spike.
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