COVID-19 Vaccine Information and Frequently Asked Questions

Vaccines available for Ages 16 and older

Anyone 16 and older is now eligible to get vaccinated in San Francisco.  At this time only Pfizer is approved for those ages 16 to 18 years of age.

Vaccinations are one of the most effective preventative measures in stopping the spread of COVID-19 and saving lives. Learn more from the CDC about the benefits of getting a vaccine (Español | 简体中文 | Tiếng Việt | 한국어). 

Bayview Child Health Center Vaccination Clinics

Bayview Child Health Center is holding vaccination clinics every Monday afternoon at 1700 25th Street in Potrero Hill.

Eligible populations:

Those who are 16+ years old, live in 94124 and especially Potrero Hill, and/or are Bayview Child Health Center patients would qualify.

Details:

Address: 1700 25th St, San Francisco CA

Days and Times: Mondays from 1:30-4:30, all walk-in hours

Vaccine Type: The Clinic will be offering Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines

Those who qualify and are interested in this opportunity should bring their insurance card. Drop-ins and appointments are welcome. There is no cancellation policy.

The clinic is offering second doses to eligible populations who have received their first dose somewhere else. Those interested would need to bring their vaccine card.

The clinic site is ADA compliant and has the capability to provide services in Spanish language.

Make a Vaccine Appointment

Make an appointment using myturn.ca.gov or check vaccination sites for available appointments at sf.gov/vaccine-sites.

Appointments can be made at the City College High Volume Vaccination Site Both drive-through and walk-through vaccination is available - either option can be selected upon registering. More information: https://sf.gov/location/city-college-covid-19-vaccine-site

Vaccine FAQs

Last updated March 2, 2021

Should I get vaccinated?

Yes! Vaccinations are one of the most effective preventative measures in stopping the spread of COVID-19 and saving lives. Learn more from the CDC about the benefits of getting a vaccine (Español简体中文Tiếng Việt한국어). 

Sign up to be notified when it's your turn to get a vaccine.

Are SFUSD staff getting vaccinated?

The City of San Francisco is currently vaccinating healthcare workers, people 65 and over, and people who work in education, childcare, emergency services, and food and agriculture. The vaccine will be available by appointment at high-volume and community sites, certain clinics, and pharmacies.

As of Feb. 24, 2021, SFUSD staff are eligible for the vaccine. SFUSD is working with the City to expedite the process of getting a vaccine for staff members who are a critical part of our return to in-person learning.

Are the vaccines safe?

Where can I find more resources about the vaccine?

The City and County has put together a comprehensive list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding the vaccines that you can access. Resources from the San Francisco Department of Public Health can be found below translated in multiple languages:

Vaccine Facts: English | Español | 中文 | Filipino | Русский | Tiếng Việt | عربي

Vaccine FAQs: English | Español | 中文 | Filipino

What to expect after getting a COVID-19 vaccine: English | Español | 中文 | Filipino | Русский | Tiếng Việt | عربي

Sign up at sf.gov/vaccinenotify to get notified when you’re eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. 


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