Extra funding through the state allowed a Vacaville COVID-19 testing site to expand its reach this weekend and give priority to first responders. Site organizers say this is huge for their community, especially with the newest surge of COVID-19 cases across Northern California. "This community really is looking to get tested and there’s really not a lot of choices," said Ed Santopadre, associate superintendent with Vacaville Unified School District. The site at the Vacaville Unified School District opened with funding from the California Department of Public Health late last year. But through more state funding it was able to expand its reach by opening three weekends in 2022 with COVID-19 testing for anyone.
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