COVID-19 Vaccines

Your Local Pharmacy


Find Local Pharmacies offering COVID-19 vaccines. You can also text your ZIP code to 438829, or call 1-800-232-0233.


Health Care Providers


Some local health care providers offer COVID-19 vaccines. Talk with your provider to schedule. 


Public Health Clinics


To schedule an appointment at one of our Public Health Clinics, call 805-781-5500.


Public Health Clinics are temporarily out of stock of COVID-19 vaccines available with insurance or private pay. We have a limited supply of COVID-19 vaccines available through the Bridge Access Program for those who do not have insurance.

Update: As of February 28, 2024, the CDC recommends that adults ages 65 years and older receive an additional updated 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine dose. Call 805-781-5500 to schedule at one of our Public Health clinics, or find an appointment nearby


Updated COVID-19 Vaccines

Everyone ages 6 months and up is recommended to get the updated 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine. The virus that causes COVID-19 is always changing, and the updated vaccines provide targeted protection against the strains currently causing the most infections and hospitalizations.

  • Everyone aged 5 years and older should get 1 dose of the updated Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
  • People who are moderately or severely immunocompromised may get additional doses of updated COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Children aged 6 months–4 years need multiple doses of COVID-19 vaccines to be up to date, including at least 1 dose of updated COVID-19 vaccine.
  • People aged 65 years and older who received 1 dose of any updated 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna or Novavax) should receive 1 additional dose of an updated COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months after the previous updated dose. 

COVID-19 vaccine recommendations will be updated as needed by CDC. See the 2023-2024 Vaccine Timing Chart in English and Spanish

Questions? Talk with your regular healthcare provider or pharmacist, or contact us to speak with a Public Health Nurse.

Make a vaccine appointment

You can find vaccine appointments available near you through or It is a good idea to call ahead to confirm details for any locations you find using these tools. 


Public Health Clinics

To make an appointment at a Public Health Clinic, please call (805) 781-5500 or the individual clinic at the numbers listed below. Our hours are 8 am - 5 pm

COVID-19 vaccine appointments now have an office fee that can be covered by insurance, including Medi-Cal. Public Health clinics serve all patients, regardless of ability to pay.


San Luis Obispo | 2191 Johnson Avenue, San Luis Obispo, CA



Paso Robles | 805 4th Street, Suite 201-202, Paso Robles, CA


Note that the train station is no longer the vaccine clinic. You can schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments at the new Paso Robles Public Health Department location.


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



Come Prepared 

  • 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.   


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.


Can't get to a clinic?

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

Request a vaccine at home 


Lost your vaccine card?

You can access a digital copy if you got vaccinated in CA. Printed vaccine records are available upon request at one of our vaccine-providing Public Health Clinics (please bring your photo I.D.).

Get a digital vaccine record


Vaccines FAQs

Where can I get the vaccine? What side effects 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.