Where to Get Your COVID-19 Vaccine

Public Health Clinics

 

You can schedule an appointment at one of our Public Health clinics.

Mobile Clinics

 

Public Health mobile clinics are also scheduled intermittently  throughout the County, so check to see if one is coming to your neighborhood! 

Your Local Pharmacy

 

Search for local pharmacies offering COVID-19 vaccines. You can also text your zip code to 438829, or call 1-800-232-0233 to find locations near you.

Request an Appointment at a Public Health Clinic 

Make an Appointment at a Pharmacy or Doctor's Office 

To make an appointment at a Public Health Clinic, please call (805) 781-5500 or call the individual clinic at the numbers listed below. 

COVID-19 vaccines are always free of charge at Public Health clinics and mobile clinics. 

 

Public Health Clinics

San Luis Obispo2191 Johnson Avenue, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

805-781-5506

Tuesday

8:00 am ‐ 12:00 pm 

1:00 pm ‐ 4:30 pm 

(Pfizer ages 5+)

Thursday

8:00 am ‐ 12:00 pm 

1:00 pm ‐ 4:30 pm 

(Pfizer ages 12+, Moderna ages 18+) 

 

Paso Robles | 723 Walnut Drive, Paso Robles, CA 93446

805-237-3050

Train Station is no longer the vaccine clinic.

Monday

8:00 am ‐ 11:30 am

(Pfizer ages 5+)

Wednesday

8:00 am ‐ 12:00 pm 

1:00 pm ‐ 4:30 pm 

(Pfizer ages 12+, Moderna ages 18+)

 

Grover Beach | 286 South 16th Street, Building B, Grover Beach, CA 93433

805-473-7050

Monday

8:00 am ‐ 4:30 pm

(Pfizer ages 5+)

Wednesday

8:00 am ‐ 4:30 pm

(Pfizer ages 12+, Moderna ages 18+)

To make an appointment at a Public Health Clinic, please call (805) 781-5500 or call the individual clinic at the numbers listed above. 

 

 

Note: Walk-ins at all clinics will be limited and available only as supply and staffing allow. Booster doses for Moderna use a different amount of vaccine, so please indicate when making an appointment that you need a booster. 

 

 

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Come Prepared 

  • Complete, print, and bring your  vaccine screening form / formulario de examenpara vacunas (forms also available on-site).  
  • Bring documentation showing your age (driver’s license, state ID, school ID, doctor’s note, passport, etc.) 
  • Please wear short sleeves or other clothing that makes it easy to access your upper arm.   
  • Be prepared to wait 15-30 minutes for observation after you receive your vaccine. The entire process may take up to one hour, including registration, screening, vaccination, and the observation period.  

For parents:

  • Children (under the age of 18) must have an accompanying parent or guardian with them, as well as documentation of their age, such as a passport, birth certificate, medical record, school ID, etc.
  • Parents: please review and sign the forms available in English and Spanish before your child’s vaccine appointment (forms also available on-site).   

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Mobile Clinics

We do not currently have public mobile clinics scheduled. 

If you would like to host a mobile clinic in your community, please contact us

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Pharmacies and Healthcare Providers

Vaccine are now widely available at local pharmacies and healthcare providers. Talk to your local pharmacy or healthcare provider, text your ZIP code to 438829, or call 1-800-232-0233 to find locations near you. 

Find a pharmacy near you 

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How do I schedule my second dose, third dose, or booster dose?

You can get your second, third or booster dose at your local pharmacy, healthcare provider, or at My Turn based on these recommended dose intervals: 

  • Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine (also known as COMIRNATY): Get your second Pfizer dose 3 weeks (or 21 days) after your first dose; third dose (for ages 6 months to 4 years) is eight weeks after second dose; 
       

  • Moderna COVID-19 vaccine (also known as SPIKEVAX): Get your second Moderna dose 4 weeks (or 28 days) after your first dose; 
        

  • The CDC recommends a booster dose at least 5 months after completing your primary COVID-19 vaccination series for Pfizer or Moderna, or 2 months after receiving single-dose Johnson & Johnson; 
       

  • A third dose of mRNA vaccine (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna) is recommended for immunocompromised individuals at least 28 days after receiving their second dose.  
      

You can get your additional dose of vaccine from any local provider, even if you got your first dose elsewhere.   

 

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Can't get to a clinic?

Vaccine is also available at no expense for homebound SLO County residents who are unable to get to a clinic.    

Request a vaccine at home