**As of 04/15/21, the County of San Diego is vaccinating people who live or work in San Diego County AND are ages 16 and older.
**As of 5/13/21, ONLY Pfizer’s vaccine is available to ages 12-15 with parent or guardian consent. Consent forms can be found here.

Phases can be found here in English, or here in Spanish.

COVID-19 Vaccination Locations

The County is working to establish multiple vaccination sites and is partnering with other healthcare facilities to complete COVID-19 vaccinations.

As additional sites are activated, details will be provided on the County website, Coronavirus-SD.com. Please continue to check there for new listings, and in the event that appointments are not available, please check back at that website.

If you have any questions, please email the County at covidvaxinquiry.hhsa@sdcounty.ca.gov. We understand that there is an auto reply message that says they will get back to you in 3-4 days.

More Vaccine Site Resources

Find out if it’s your turn by answering a few questions. If you’re eligible and vaccine appointments are available through My Turn, you can schedule one. If it’s not your turn yet or appointments are not available, you can register to be notified when you’re eligible or when appointments open up.

Vaccine Finder is a free, online service where users can search for locations that offer vaccinations. They work with partners such as clinics, pharmacies, and health departments to provide accurate and up-to-date information about vaccination services. 

For vaccine locations outside of pharmacies and the County, visit our Community Events page. No appointments and no insurance is required for any of the locations listed.

If you or your loved one is not able to drive to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, Lyft is offering FREE rides to and from vaccination appointments.

Scheduling Your Second Vaccination Appointment

Depending on where you received your first vaccine dose, how you schedule your second dose may differ. You may also find this information through the Vaccination Sites by Locations map or Vaccination Sites by Day list when you select a location.

For all Sharp related scheduling: 1-800-82-SHARP
Call for any appointments: 2-1-1 San Diego
Email the county: covidvaxinquiry.hhsa@sdcounty.ca.gov
For more information, visit: the county’s vaccination website

Additional Healthcare District/Public Library Hours and Information

  • The Herrick Community Health Care Library is offering Curbside Pickup services as of June 30, 2020. Its physical library closed starting March 17, 2020, to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, COVID-19, in response to recent guidelines by local, state and federal health agencies. Although our physical library remains closed until further notice, patrons may learn about Curbside Pickup or reach out to Library staff by email and phone (619.825.5010) with any health information questions or referral needs. You may also visit www.herricklibrary.org/elibrary for information on how you may access digital materials from our collection.
  • All monthly Board of Director meetings for the Grossmont Healthcare District will be held by teleconference, to continue to allow public participation.
  • For public meetings and groups scheduled to use the GHD Conference Center, we are encouraging user groups to cancel their meetings, but may opt to cancel any such meetings on our own. This is based on California Department of Public Health recommendations regarding smaller groups: “Smaller gatherings held in venues that do not allow social distancing of six feet per person should be postponed or canceled. This includes gatherings in crowded auditoriums, rooms, or other venues.”
  • Sharp Grossmont Hospital is closely monitoring the evolving situation and continues to provide medical services. For information on visitor restrictions and other important updates, please visit Sharp.com.Thank you for your continued stewardship in our community, and feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns at info@grossmonthealthcare.org or 619.825.5050.

What You Can Do

Many people are wondering how they can support their neighbors, health care workers, and other essential service workers during this time. Check back below in the coming days for additional ways you can support the community during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Grossmont Healthcare District COVID Relief Assistance Updates

East County Magazine Local COVID Resources Center for the public – sponsored by the Grossmont Healthcare District
Grossmont Healthcare District Board Approves Emergency COVID-19 Relief Funding for Area Clinics and Front-Line Hospital Caregivers
Organizations that believe they may be eligible per guidelines in the news release linked above should contact the District.

Additional COVID Relief Resources by Sector

Below are quick links to resources related to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act for various community sectors.

State and National Coronavirus Information

See links below for additional information about COVID-19 cases, public closures, and emergency response announcements.

Legislative Updates

For up-to-date legislative news and updates, review the Association of California Healthcare Districts COVID news page. Below are preliminary executive orders and other COVID-related legislative updates from the Governor’s Office.