Mayor Eric Garcetti got the primary dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, his office said Thursday.
Garcetti, who at 49 years of age doesn’t meet California’s COVID-19 inoculation qualification rules, gotten the vaccine on Jan. 21 in the wake of going through five days helping endeavors at the Dodger Stadium mass vaccination site.
“Mayor Garcetti has spent numerous days, as he is today, at Dodger Stadium, helping on the cutting edge of the inoculation exertion — straightforwardly collaborating with many Angelenos every day,” Garcetti’s Deputy Communications Director Alex Comisar said.
“The medical work force firmly suggested that he get the vaccine as they have suggested and accommodated other field staff and volunteers at the site who have close contact with customers.”
California’s COVID-19 inoculation rules permit wards to offer vaccines to individuals 65 and more seasoned alongside health care laborers.