LAST UPDATED: June 7, 2021

Need assistance with scheduling a vaccination appointment at one of our Public Health sites, or ARMC clinics, or have questions about a vaccine?

Residents of San Bernardino County may call (909) 387-3911 or email: coronavirus@DPH.sbcounty.gov

Phases of Vaccine Allocation and Current County Vaccine Level

Walk-ins are now available at County-operated vaccination sites. Walk-in individuals will not need to bring any additional information to the site, however you should 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.

Phases of Vaccine Allocation and Current County Vaccine Level

The phases of vaccine allocation are proposed by the California Department of Public Health and are subject to change.

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.

Vaccination Appointments Encouraged, Walk-Ups Welcome Too

Phases of Vaccine Allocation and Current County Vaccine Level

The phases of vaccine allocation are proposed by the California Department of Public Health and are subject to change.

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. Following is the overall approach to distributing the vaccinations in our County.

Persons age 16-64 with serious underlying medical conditions or disabilities are eligible for vaccination. Individuals will need to sign the attestation form to expedite the check-in process.

FACT SHEET: Vaccines for People with High-Risk Medical Conditions or Disabilities

Self-attestation for Underlying Medical Conditions and Disability
Autoatestación para Affecciones Medicas Subyacentes y Discapacidad

Vaccine access will be prioritized for geographic areas identified through CDC’s Social Vulnerability Index.

For a complete listing of eligible individuals: CDPH COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation Guidelines

COVID-19 has impacted every person in our County in many ways, but hope has arrived as FDA-approved vaccines continue to be administered in San Bernardino County. We want to present you with the facts so you can make an informed decision on how you can help stop the spread as we all work together to make our community safer and stronger.

Safety

The safety of our residents is our highest priority. Our Department of Public Health is working closely with the California Department of Public Health to ensure FDA-approved vaccinations meet state guidance on safety and effectiveness.

To learn more about how the State verifies the safety of a vaccine before it becomes available to residents and other frequently asked questions about safety, read the COVID-19 vaccine safety section.