Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 27, 2021

History of Vaccines Through an E.Bay Regional Park

Sobrante Ridge, now a small East Bay preserve known for its endangered pallid manzanitas, was used for vaccine testing and development in the decades before it became a public park.

What happened there in the 1950s influenced the way vaccines are produced today.

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