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Palo Alto directs funds to mobile clinic for COVID-19 vaccines, medical services

Original post made on Dec 29, 2020

Seeking to boost the city's ability to offer COVID-19 vaccines and provide health care to low-income residents, the City Council has approved funding for a mobile clinic that will be operated by the Ravenswood Family Health Network.

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