Where to get your COVID-19 Vaccine
COVID-19 vaccines are widely available and free of charge at local pharmacies, Public Health clinics, and mobile clinics in SLO County.
To schedule a vaccine appointment at a Public Health Clinic, call 805-781-5500.
Find a location near you
Looking for vaccines for children ages four and younger?
Pediatricians: Your pediatrician's office is a great first stop. Call for an appointment or for answers to questions about the vaccine.
Pharmacies (ages 3+): Some pharmacies are offering vaccine to children as young as three. Check VaccineFinder.org: 1-800-232-0233 or call ahead to your local pharmacy.
Public Health Clinics: Our Public Health clinics have appointments in early July that you can call (805) 781-5500 to schedule, or request online.
Type of Vaccine
Vaccine types vary by day and clinic location. View the vaccine types being offered at our Public Health clinics, or talk to your local pharmacy or health care provider to see what they offer.
Remember: Children and teens (under age 18) are only able to receive the Pfizer vaccine, and need proof of age and an accompanying adult at their appointment.
Boosters and Additional Doses
Curious about an additional dose or booster? For some viruses, the protection we receive from a vaccine starts to wane over time. An additional dose of vaccine may be needed to boost your immune response and make sure you are protected from the virus.
Read more about boosters
Lost your vaccine card?
To get a new vaccine card, walk in to any one of our vaccine-providing Public Health clinics, bring your photo I.D., and the team there can re-write you a new one.
You can also access a digital copy if you got vaccinated in CA. If you want to share your proof of vaccination, you can either use the digital version or the card you were given at the time of your vaccination.
Get a digital vaccine card
How are we doing as a County? See our vaccination progress so far.
See our vaccine stats
Where can I get the vaccine? What symptoms can I expect after? See our frequently asked questions around vaccines to learn more.
See vaccine FAQs
More Questions about the Vaccines?
Questions are normal. Call your doctor for more info or contact us and ask to speak to a Public Health nurse. We'll make sure you have the answers you need.