Community college employees are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in San Diego County. To schedule your appointment, you can use the State’s My Turn system or any of the County vaccination sites listed below.
Please be aware that availability of appointments varies. Please continue to check back regularly if you are unable to secure an appointment immediately. For the latest news on COVID-19, visit our general vaccine information page at https://www.vebaresourcecenter.com/covid-19-resources/.
Where to Get Vaccinated:
Healthcare Provider: You may be able to schedule an appointment with a local healthcare system. Many providers are notifying their patients directly with next steps to receive the COVID-19 vaccine based on federal and state guidance. For links to VEBA carriers and local medical groups, visit our vaccine landing page https://www.vebaresourcecenter.com/covid-19-resources/
County Locations: The County of San Diego and its partners are offering vaccinations to individuals in eligible priority groups. Appointment information for County vaccination super stations and PODs is available online at www.VaccinationSuperStationSD.com
Why is My Turn showing limited locations?
Appointment availability is based on vaccine availability and can vary from day-to-day and location to location. If you do not see your preferred location, please continue to check back as appointment availability changes frequently. There are multiple vaccine distribution locations in San Diego County. If My Turn is only showing one, please click on this link to find a COVID-19 vaccination site near you.
What do I do if there are no available appointments in My Turn?
Vaccines are still extremely limited. If My Turn is showing no available appointments, visit the San Diego County Vaccinations Schedule to find more appointments. Keep in mind that appointments can be booked up to three days in advance, so please check this page regularly for new appointment times. For more information on how to schedule your appointment, click here.
Am I eligible?
Since the vaccine is still limited, it is being distributed in phases. As of 02/27/21, the County of San Diego is only vaccinating people who live or work in San Diego County AND are in Phase 1A or Phase 1B. For more information on if you are eligible, please visit this page.
What do I need to bring to my vaccine appointment?
You are required to wear a mask during your appointment and adhere to all safety protocols during your visit. You will also need to show:
- proof of residency, such as a photo ID with a local address
- if you do not live in San Diego County, proof that your employer is in the County
- proof of employment in an eligible sector, such as an employee ID card, badge or verification letter
For more examples of approved documentation, visit the County’s website.
I don’t drive. How can I get to my vaccination appointment?
MTS is offering free transit rides for anyone in the region who needs to get to their COVID-19 vaccine appointment location. This includes all vaccination sites in San Diego County. You only need to show a confirmation email of your vaccine appointment that day – either a printout or on a smartphone – to get on board for free.
MTS Access Paratransit subscription passengers must book ahead of time to/from trips in the normal way. Access will offer free trips to drop-off locations only. Please visit www.sdmts.com to book your trip.
How much will the vaccine cost?
The vaccine is free. There is no cost for you to receive the vaccine.
What can I expect during my appointment?
All COVID-19 vaccine information provided by California Schools VEBA, including all information provided on this website, is intended to be general information only. If you have questions about a medical condition or whether or not you should get the vaccine, always seek the advice of a doctor or qualified health professional. California Schools VEBA is not responsible for, and does not guarantee the accuracy or content of information contained on this website, or any third-party websites listed here, or as made available by VEBA carriers, medical groups and any other private or public health organizations.
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