Older Adult and Disability Sector

The information on this page is intended for older adults, persons with disabilities, and service providers.

 

COVID-19 Vaccinations for People with High-Risk Medical Conditions and Disabilities Flyer

As of March 15, people with certain significant, high-risk medical conditions or disabilities are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. For more information regarding eligibility and vaccination options available to you, please view the following flyer below:

COVID-19 Vaccine Flyer for Adults 65+

Adults 65 and over are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine and can receive their vaccinations at County sites, including the County’s Super Stations. For information on the various ways to schedule an appointment, please view the flyer below. 

2-1-1 San Diego Flyer: Assistance With COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments for Adults 65+

Adults 65 and older who do not have access to a computer or someone to help them schedule an appointment, can call 2-1-1 for information and assistance related to COVID-19 vaccine appointments. For more information on when to call and what to expect when you dial 2-1-1, please view the following flyer in the appropriate language below:

COVID-19 Vaccine Flyer for Formal and Informal Caregivers

State and  local  guidance identifies caregivers of older adults and people with disabilities as eligible for vaccination within the Phase 1A distribution cycle for COVID-19 vaccines. For more information on caregiver eligibility and acceptable forms of documentation at County-managed vaccination sites, please view the following flyer in the appropriate language below:

COVID-19 Vaccinations: Appointment Ride Options for Seniors Flyer

Residents age 65 and over are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccination and can receive vaccinations at County sites. Need a ride to your COVID-19 vaccination appointment? Please view the following flyer in the appropriate language below for options available to you in the San Diego region:

Stay Connected: COVID-19 Announcements and Updates

County Communications

  • Public Health Order Stay Up to Date
  • Testing in San Diego County – Stay Up to Date
  • COVID-19 Press Conference – Tune in live on Wednesdays at 2:30 PT on Twitter & Facebook (no account is necessary)
    • Note this schedule is subject to change 
  • COVID-19 Text Messages Updates – Send COSD COVID19 to 468-311 to get text alert updates
  • Emergency or Disaster Notifications - Register your cell phone at www.readysandiego.org/alersandiego (Available in ASL) to receive notifications of an emergency or disaster within the San Diego area. 

 

Local Resources

 

Additional Resources and Guidance

Additional Government Information and Responses