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COVID-19 Vaccine

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With the goal of making a COVID-19 vaccine available to all persons who choose to receive it, health care officials have developed a phased-approach to first make the vaccine available to high-risk health care workers, skilled nursing and long-term care facilities, and first responders. Vaccinations began on December 16, 2020 in San Bernardino County and are continuing.

Vaccine Locations and Registration

COVID-19 vaccines are available to people 6 months and older who live, work or study in San Bernardino County.

Individuals younger than 18 years must have a parent or legal guardian present during the vaccination.

Individuals with appointments or those who are walk-in must present identification (ID) to verify their identity. ID’s must have your name and photo. The ID does not need to be government-issued. Acceptable forms of ID include, but are not limited to:

  • Driver’s license
  • State ID
  • Passport
  • Student ID

The parent or legal guardian must provide:

  • Proof of identity in the form of a government-issued ID card
  • Proof of legal guardianship (e.g., court order [if a guardian])
  • A completed, signed Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine Consent Form (English / Spanish)

Walk-in individuals will not need to bring any additional information to the site, however be prepared to register on site, which will include answering health screening questions.

Walk-ins may experience longer wait times and availability may vary based on site demand.