As city begins to vaccinate restaurant workers and teachers, lines grow at 24th and Capp

As city begins to vaccinate restaurant workers and teachers, lines grow at 24th and Capp

Adrian, a 31-year-old barista, couldn’t believe his luck. 

Just before 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, he was one of the 10 people waiting for a Covid-19 vaccine appointment at the 24th and Capp street site, which is run by the UCSF and Latino Task Force partnership Unidos en Salud. 

“I’m dumb excited,” he said, beaming. “I didn’t expect to get an appointment today.” 

And he was lucky. Starting today, San Francisco began vaccinating restaurant and food workers like Adrian. He doubles as a barista at Grand Coffee on Mission Street and a server at the Japanese restaurant Rintaro on 14th Street. Those in the state’s Phase 1B — which includes educators, childcare workers, emergency service providers like cops and firefighters, and restaurant and agricultural workers — are allowed to get inoculated as of Wednesday. That is, if enough shots are available.

Adrian secured a vaccination appointment on Sunday after he got tested at 24th and Mission BART Station where Unidos en Salud volunteers were also registering eligible residents interested in the vaccine. 


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