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Vaccine Updates

COVID-19 vaccine supplies are increasing, but appointments still go very quickly. When it’s your turn, health officials recommend you first contact your normal health care provider for an appointment. If you can’t get a vaccine appointment that way, you have several other options. All vaccines are delivered at no cost to patients.

To find out if you're eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine, check the county's list of tiers.

Appointments

State website (includes San Diego locations)
MyTurn.ca.gov

County vaccine centers

Make an appointment by location
Make an appointment by date


City of San Diego Vaccination Program

Health care providers

Family Health Centers of San Diego
Kaiser
 
Palomar Health 
Rady Children's Hospital: My Chart
Sharp Health Care 
Scripps Health 
Tri-City Hospital 
UC San Diego Health

Pharmacies

Albertson's 
CVS 
Ralphs
Rite Aid 
Vons 
Walgreens

Second dose appointments

If you were not able to schedule your second COVID-19 vaccine appointment when you received your first dose, and you have not received an email five days after your appointment, you can request one by filling out a form on the 2-1-1 website.

Need help? 

If you are 65 or older and need help scheduling an appointment, call 2-1-1. 

VIDEO: Common questions about COVID-19 vaccinations 
Keeping up with the steady stream of COVID-19 information can be overwhelming. Here to help answer some of the most commonly asked questions about vaccines is  County Public Health Officer Wilma Wooten, M.D., M.P.H. To learn more about vaccine phases and appointment opportunities, visit coronavirus-sd.com/vaccine.

Related information

San Diego County vaccine page 
State's vaccine page 
CDC vaccine page 
2-1-1 

Other COVID-19 information

 

March 16, 2021