COVID-19 Updates for Santa Clara County Last week, Santa Clara County reached a significant milestone: one million people who live in Santa Clara County have now received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Thousands of additional vaccine appointments across multiple sites are available this week. All individuals age 16 and older who live, work, or attend school in Santa Clara County are eligible and encouraged to sign up for a vaccination appointment at sccFreeVax.org . New appointments are added on a daily basis based on available supply, and the County Health System is now scheduling first dose appointments up to one week in advance. The County will continue extensive outreach efforts to ensure that communities most impacted by COVID-19 have readily available access to vaccine appointments and information. This includes: Door-to-door efforts to register families in hard hit neighborhoods for vaccine appointments On-site vaccinations for homeless community members and homebound individuals Increased evening and weekend availability for appointments and drop-in clinics We urge everyone to continue wearing masks, maintaining their distance, and getting vaccinated now if they have not done so already. We look forward to reaching even more milestones for vaccination these upcoming weeks. Stay tuned with our numbers by checking out our vaccination dashboard . Together in health, County of Santa Clara More from this week: For the smoothest experience at your vaccine appointment, we've put together an Instagram carousel of a few things to keep in mind. To view it, click here . We know you are “feline” tired, but we all still need to work together to keep our risk low. Keep your distance: Stay more than 5 cats apart. Even if you are vaccinated. On the recommendation of the CDC, FDA, and CDPH, we have paused the use of the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine. Click here for our Instagram carousel highlighting more details on this pause. One Million First Doses Administered Listen in for highlight on this milestone and the importance of continuing local vaccination activities, including strategies to ensure that communities most impacted by COVID-19 have access to vaccines.