Vaccines for Ag Workers

© Sarah Anne Risk

How to Sign-Up Vineyard & Cellar Teams

Thanks to NVG and FWF's advocacy and the hard work of our partners at St. Helena Hospital Foundation and OLE Health, the vast majority of farmworkers in Napa County have been able to receive vaccines! As such, companywide sign-ups have been closed for now. Individual vineyard and cellar workers are encouraged to sign up using the interest forms listed below.

Individual Sign-Up

Napa County residents aged 18 and older can now sign up for vaccines using the following interest forms:

Vaccine Education Resources

As access to vaccines for vineyard and winery workers continues to ramp up, the Napa Valley Grapegrowers and Farmworker Foundation are committed to providing members with the latest information on vaccine rollout, and have developed the following resources to share with their teams:


WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW NOW

April 7, 2021

English | Spanish 


BASIC COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION

English | Spanish | Mixteco | Zapoteca


COVID-19 VACCINE MYTHBUSTERS

English | Spanish | Zapoteca



Please watch and share.  Dr. Erik Mendoza, family medicine at Marin Community Clinics, answers to myths about the COVID-19 vaccine (in Spanish).


PODCASTS: BASIC VACCINE EDUCATION TO SHARE WITH YOUR EMPLOYEES (SPANISH)

Dr. Erik Mendoza, Marin Community Clinics (1/24/2021)

Monica G. Covarrubias, MPH, BSN, PHN, Queen of the Valley Medical Center (1/31/2021)

Teresa Andrews, MS, Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety (2/21/2021)

Additional COVID-19 Vaccine Resources