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Napa County Farm Bureau Facilitates COVID-19 Booster Shots for AG Workers

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Farm Bureau Partnership with St. Helena Hospital Foundation

Napa County Farm BureauNovember 9th – Napa, CA — The Napa County Farm Bureau is proud to partner with the St. Helena Hospital Foundation to facilitate COVID-19 booster shots for ag workers in Napa County.

COVID-19 booster shots will be available for all ag workers in Napa County beginning this week. Ag employers and employees can locate a clinic date, time and location by visiting www.napafarmbureau.org/latest-news. Ag workers need only bring their vaccine cards with them to the clinic. Appointments are not necessary.

The Napa County Farm Bureau is making a concerted effort to assist ag employers in Napa County to ensure that all interested ag workers receive a COVID-19 booster shot at an upcoming clinic. 

“This partnership with St. Helena Hospital Foundation has been part of an ongoing effort to ensure that our agricultural community in Napa Valley responds appropriately to COVID-19 by making the health and safety of our ag workers our #1 priority right now”, said Ryan Klobas, Chief Executive Officer of the Napa County Farm Bureau. “I highly encourage all interested ag workers to benefit from this partnership by visiting an upcoming clinic to ensure they receive a COVID-19 booster shot.”

Any ag employers or employees in need of assistance with this process can contact the Napa County Farm Bureau offices at (707) 224-5403.

The Napa County Farm Bureau remains committed to ensuring that our Napa Valley agricultural community effectively responds to COVID-19.

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