SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – COVID-19 vaccines continue to be distributed across the country, and the Bay Area is gearing up to expand the vaccine eligibility.
Governor Gavin Newsom announced on Mar. 25, that California expects to receive 2.5 million doses each week for the first half of April and over 3 million a week for the second half of the month.
Currently, there are three vaccines being distributed in the U.S. — Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson.
When am I eligible?
- April 1: California residents 50 years and older
- April 15: California residents 16 and older
Where and how can I get the vaccine?
(CLICK ON YOUR COUNTY TO ACCESS THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT WEBSITE)
You can also head to THIS WEBSITE to sign up to be notified when it is your turn.
The Oakland Coliseum opened a mass vaccination site on Feb. 16. — You can make an appointment HERE. Keep in mind this vaccination site is expected to close April 11.
The county and private health care providers are using the Alameda County Fairgrounds for appointment-only COVID-19 vaccination programs — You can make an appointment HERE.
Healthcare systems, pharmacies, and other providers have different eligibility requirements for COVID-19 vaccinations. CLICK HERE to find out how to make an appointment.
If you would like to request an appointment, CLICK HERE.
CVA, Safeway, RiteAid, and One Medical are now vaccine providers in the county.
CLICK HERE to make an appointment or SIGN UP to receive notifications.
CLICK HERE to fill out an interest form, or SIGN UP to be notified when it’s your turn.
People who live and work in San Francisco can sign-up for vaccine notification. CLICK HERE to sign-up.
The first mass vaccination site opened at City College of San Francisco (main campus) on Friday, Jan. 22. More on that here.
The second mass vaccination site opened at the Moscone Center.
A third mass vaccination site has also opened at the SF Market in the Bayview.
CLICK HERE to receive notifications when it’s your turn.
To find out how to make an appointment, CLICK HERE.
CLICK HERE to schedule an appointment.
NorthBay Healthcare will be contacting qualified recipients. Others are advised to contact your provider.
CLICK HERE to fill out a COVID-19 vaccine interest form.
CLICK HERE for provider contact information.