"This is where my kids go to school. This is where I grew up. This is where I'm in a Rotarian. I'm on the Fremont chamber board. We know where people are and what they need."
Jasmine Basrai, Chief Operating Officer
When the large chain pharmacies in Fremont couldn’t keep up with their COVID-19 vaccine allocations, Haller’s Pharmacy was able to step in and put to work its community connections and pre-existing relationships with congregate and assisted living facilities. They started doing mobile vaccination clinics by tapping into the infrastructure that they had already established while sending pharmacists out into the community during the pandemic. Those clinics led to Haller’s becoming known as a go-to place to send extra vaccine doses in danger of expiring. And by teaming up with the Fremont Fire Department on Saturdays and Sundays, they’ve been able to ramp up their operations to administer up to 1,400 doses over the course of a weekend.