Vaccine Available for Those 75 and Older
The County of San Diego has expanded the category of those eligible to receive the COVID-19 to include those aged 75 and up.
At this time, individuals in Phase 1A and those aged 75 and older may visit County-hosted vaccination sites. These individuals may schedule an appointment to be vaccinated.
The County is hopeful that those 65 and over will be available to receive the vaccine next week!
If an individual does not meet the Phase 1A criteria outlined below or is not 75 years old or older, they will need to wait to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. LEARN MORE
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Just for information; I live in San Marcos; and I accidentally made an appointment down in El Cajon where I had many choices for times. I canceled the appointment immediately and attempted to make an appointment in Escondido closer to where I live only to find that they had no open slots and I could only get on a waiting list.