COVID-19 Vaccination Sites & Appointments
You must meet vaccination requirements and provide proof of eligibility at the time of your appointment. Click here to view the eligibility webpage.
Get Vaccinated at a Location Near You
Doctors, pharmacies, community clinics, and other healthcare providers are working to provide vaccinations. Supplies remain limited. Please be patient and check the website regularly for open appointments.
- First, check with your healthcare provider for a vaccination.
- If you cannot get a vaccination from a healthcare provider, the County of San Diego and its partners are offering vaccinations. See locations and schedule below.
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Free COVID-19 vaccines may be available through other organizations. Click here for more information on organizations offering free COVID-19 vaccinations.
Individuals must be 16 years of age or older and show they live or work in San Diego County at the time of their appointment to be vaccinated. You will need to bring a photo ID (school or work ID, membership card, etc.) and at least one of the documents listed below to prove you are eligible:
PROOF OF AGE
- Birth certificate or passport
- Provisional Driver's Permit (Learner's Permit)
If you are 16 or 17 years old, you must also:
- Select an appointment from a site offering the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine only; AND
- Have your parent or legal guardian
schedule your appointment to provide consent to receive the
- If you visit a no-appointment vaccination site, a parent or legal guardian must be with you to provide consent in order for you to receive the vaccine.
PROOF OF RESIDENCY (must include San Diego County address with
- Photo ID
- School registration paperwork
- Home utility bill, such as gas, electricity, water/sewer, cable/internet, or cell phone, issued in the past 60 days
- Current mortgage, housing, or property tax paperwork
- Insurance policy or banking/credit card statement
PROOF OF EMPLOYMENT (must include San Diego County address with
Only Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines require a second dose. It is recommended that you get your second dose from the location and/or through the same provider as your first dose. Second dose scheduling protocols may differ by provider.
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