Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19
We’ll be updating this site regularly as new information becomes available. You can share the link for this site — https://sfcommunityliving.org/covid-vaccine— and invite folks to check out for new updates on vaccination sites. For a good overview about the vaccine, safety, efficacy, and San Francisco resources, start at San Francisco’s COVID-19 vaccine page. Download a guide to frequently asked vaccination questions.
Schedule A Vaccination Appointment If You’re Eligible
For those who are currently eligible to get a vaccine, scheduling an appointment can be an exercise in patience and persistence. Start with these link
- https://myturn.ca.gov. This statewide site provides access to vaccination appointments in various sites based on eligibility and none have been cancelled.
- https://sf.gov/getvaccinated. Within San Francisco, you can also check this centralized site. ← WHATEVER ELSE YOU DO, SIGN UP HERE!
- Vaccinations are free to anyone who lives and works in San Francisco, You do not need insurance to book an appointment.
If you have a friend without computer access, help them sign up or get an appointment! Community Living Campaign computer trainers are also available to help. Call 415-821-1003 x109 or email email@example.com.
Who is currently eligible for vaccines?
- Frontline healthcare workers
- Long term care residents
- People 65 years and older
- Supplies remain limited!
Becoming Eligible – Workers in education and childcare, emergency services and food sectors (level 1B, Tier 1) who live or work in San Francisco, starting February 24th.
Sign Up To Be Notified When It Is Your Turn
Anyone who lives or works in San Francisco can also sign up to be notified when they are eligible for vaccination at: SF.gov/vaccinenotify. You can also sign up to be notified on the State website: https://myturn.ca.gov
San Francisco is vaccinating long term care residents, frontline healthcare workers, and those 65 and older. Because vaccine supplies are limited, the state and federal government are using a phased approach to determine who to vaccinate first. To make things more confusing, these guidelines are still changing based on a number of factors. Read more about the California Vaccination plan and who is eligible to be vaccinated now. As supplies are available, the state has also authorized vaccinations for essential workers in education, emergency services, and food & agriculture. See below for efforts to get those under 65 with a disability access to vaccines, as well as overcoming barriers for those unable to travel to sites. Those services will supposedly be available soon.
San Francisco’s High-Volume Vaccination Sites
- Moscone Center South (walk up) – paused for now
Frontline healthcare workers and people 65 and over are eligible to book an appointment.
You do not need insurance (from Kaiser or anyone) to make an appointment.
Moscone Center South, 747 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94103. Get directions
Lead provider: Kaiser
866-454-8855 In English and Spanish
Book an appointment at Moscone Center South
- City College of San Francisco (drive-through) – paused for now, 2nd shot appointment still planned
The City has partnered with UCSF to vaccinate eligible people at City College of San Francisco.
People 65 and over are eligible to book an appointment. You do not need insurance to book an appointment.
Appointments at City College are by invitation only because of the limited supply of vaccines. Sometimes extra appointments become available. Check here for availability.
- SF Produce Market – 901 Rankin Street in the Hunters Point Neighborhood for 65 plus and Health care workers. This site is partnered with Sutter Health as well as the Fire Department and Dept. of Public Health. When fully operational, appointments 8:00 to 5:00 but appointment needed. To schedule appointment, go to SF.gov/getvaccinated and through Sutter’s My Health Online portal. For those without computer access, they can schedule an appointment through Sutter’s Center at (844) 987-6115.
Neighborhood Vaccine Access Sites
- Mission District: walk-up site, by appointment only
9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday through Wednesday.
24th and Capp Street
UCSF, DPH and the Latino Task Force
Schedule through the City’s appointment line.
- Southeast Health Center – Bayview Hunters Point: walk up site – new zip codes added
Drop-in vaccinations are available to people 65 and older who have proof of residency in one of two zip codes: 94107, 94110, 94112, 94124 and 94134.
Southeast Health Center at 2401 Keith Street
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 7 days per week
- Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital
1001 Potrero Avenue, Building 30 on the 2nd Floor (off 23rd Street) – now any zip code is ok. Drop-in vaccinations are only available for people who meet the following qualifications: live in San Francisco (any zip code) and are 65 and older. Now no insurance restrictions and the vaccination is free. Those eligible can drop in from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. any day 7 days a week, without an appointment. Patients must show proof of age and residency, such as a utility bill or driver’s license. Those with Medi-Cal or Healthy San Francisco should bring their insurance card.
- Dignity GoHealth has opened a Vaccine Clinic at 1600 Market Street for San Francisco residents who are 65 years and older and San Francisco healthcare workers/community health workers at your earliest convenience.
- To schedule an appointment, all they need is the person’s name and cell phone.
- Appointment Link: https://www.gohealthuc.com/CAvaccine
Currently shows availability for appointments on 2/18/2021 and 2/19/2021 only, but additional slots will open up hopefully. The eligible person needs to bring photo ID and insurance card (if they have insurance). Eligible persons will be asked to verify the information entered in the online registration process (or complete the registration process if there were difficulties prior to arrival), sign conditions of registration and vaccine consent – available in multiple languages: English, Spanish, Mandarin, Russian and Tagalog. Registration can happen onsite. There will be a full range of translation services available onsite via a translator phone line.
- NEW – SF Free Clinic is getting some vaccines – last check, they had appointments available. Try here. Or call. 650-906-1259. Located at 11th Avenue on California.
- SF Community Clinics in Western Addition, Chinatown, Bayview, Outer Sunset and Potrero Hill are continuing to offer their patients vaccinations.
- Sites in the Excelsior and Visitacion Valley: coming soon.
Partnerships with Pharmacies
The Department of Public Health will partner with Safeway Pharmacy, CVS, and Walgreen’s to eventually expand vaccination services throughout the City. The first major site has opened at San Francisco State.
- San Francisco State University: appointment only
Mashouf Wellness Center (inside MAC Gym), 755 Font Boulevard
Book an appointment here for San Francisco State University
- CVS Drug Stores are now scheduling appointments in local stores – click here to make an appointment
- NEW – Walgreen Drug Stores are now scheduling appointments in local stores – click here to make an appointment
Health Care Staff
Health care staff (including staff at long-term care facilities, EMT workers, in-home support providers and others) can find out about how to access vaccines as part of the priority 1a group.
NEW – the State has just approved a process effective immediately by which personal, family and Homecare providers can receive the vaccine, even if they are under 65. This health care worker verification site has been updated to reflect eligibility for all care providers. Please review the Home Health, Home Care and In-Home Supportive Services section and this “attestation” form. Language translation will be available by early next week.
People Under 65 With Disabilities
NEW – Starting March 15, two groups of younger, high-risk Californians — people with disabilities and people with severe underlying conditions — will be able to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. This includes cancer, chronic kidney disease at stage four or above, chronic pulmonary disease, Down syndrome, a weakened immune system from a solid organ transplant, sickle cell disease, pregnancy, heart conditions, severe obesity and Type 2 diabetes.
Anyone Unable to Travel to a Vaccination Site
No local provider has addressed this issue but advocacy continues. Join Senior and Disability Action to help push. Find more information here and learn when resources become available. In the meantime, keep in touch with the Mayor’s Office on Disability for other assistance.
Getting back and forth to a vaccination site can be a challenge. This is a good time to check out the Paratransit Essential Trip Card for subsidized taxi services. CLC can also help subsidize the remaining cost for those needing transit to vaccination sites. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.