Starting Jan. 15, a new vaccination site has been opened for the public to receive the COVID -19 vaccine in Imperial Beach at the Civic Center at 825 Imperial Beach Boulevard from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Those interested need to make an appointment by logging on on VaccinationSuperstationSD.com
For more information log on sandiegocounty.gov.
As of Jan. 18, healthcare workers, others in Phase 1A (all Tiers), and those aged 75 and older may visit County vaccination sites, including the Petco Park Super Station. For those 65 and older, the County intends to begin vaccinations for this population before the end of the month, pending vaccine supply. Doctors, pharmacists, and other healthcare providers may administer vaccinations to those 65 and older, if they have doses available.
Healthcare workers, others in Phase 1A (all Tiers), and those aged 75 and older may visit County vaccination sites, including the Petco Park Super Station. For those 65 and older, the County intends to begin vaccinations for this population before the end of the month, pending vaccine supply.
Phase 1A-Tier 1
Acute care, psychiatric, and correctional facility hospitals+
Skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and similar settings for older or medically vulnerable individuals
Include residents in these settings as recommended for Phase 1A by ACIP
Paramedics, EMTs, and others providing emergency medical services
Behavioral health residential facilities
Phase 1A-Tier 2
Intermediate care, for persons who need non-continuous nursing supervision, and supportive care
Home healthcare and in-home supportive services
Community health workers, including promotoras
Public health field staff
Primary care clinics, including Federally Qualified Health Centers, Rural Health Centers, correctional facility clinics, and urgent care clinics
Behavioral health non-residential or outpatient facilities
Phase 1A-Tier 3
Other settings and healthcare personnel not identified in Phase 1A-Tier 1 or Phase 1A-Tier 2, including:
Specialty clinics, laboratory workers, dental/oral health clinics, pharmacy staff, and funeral workers and others.
Persons aged 75 years and older
Only Health Care Workers (Phase 1A, All Tiers) and those 75 and older (Phase 1B, Tier 1) can visit vaccination sites.
Health care workers are encouraged to first contact their doctor or healthcare providers to request the vaccine, but if none are available, then they should make an appointment for a County site
Appointments are required; walk-ups and drive-ups without appointments will be turned away.
Do not schedule an appointment if you have COVID-19, or are sick. Please follow CDC guidance for those situations
Medical professionals administering the vaccine will be wearing personal protective equipment
Wear a mask
Acceptable forms of proof to be presented at the County’s Vaccine Super Station
Employee ID badge with photo or other documents, including a professional license and a photo ID, signed letter from their employer on facility letterhead and a photo ID; or, a payment stub or timesheet from their healthcare employer or in-home supportive services with a photo ID
Persons aged 65 years and older
Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors: Education & Childcare; Emergency Services; and Food & Agriculture
Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors: Transportation Systems and logistics; Industrial, Commercial, Residential, and Sheltering Facilities and Services; Critical Manufacturing
Congregate settings with outbreak risk (includes incarcerated and persons experiencing homelessness)
Persons 50-64 years of age
Persons 16-49 years of age who have an underlying health condition or disability which increases their risk of severe COVID-19
Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors: Water and Wastewater; Defense; Energy; Chemical and Hazardous Materials; Communications and IT; Financial Services; Government Operations/Community-based Essential Functions.