The County opened a “Vaccination Super Station” on Monday at Petco Park following the announcement that all healthcare personnel in Phase 1A of the Covid-19 distribution are now eligible to get immunized.

The county hopes to vaccinate 5,000 healthcare workers per day at the site which operates from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week. Vaccines will only be administered to healthcare workers by appointment only. For additional information or to make an appointment, Click Here

To date, the San Diego Immunization Registry has recorded approximately 51,000 San Diegans who have received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. The number is expected to increase as the Registry is typically several days behind the current numbers. These numbers do not reflect some health care providers who received vaccinations directly from the manufacturer or the distributor. Additionally, some health care providers, including Veterans Affairs, the department of defense, a number of tribal entities, and prisons do not report vaccination numbers to the immunization registry. 

Health care personnel in Phase 1A who are interested in getting vaccinated should contact their health care provider to find out if they have any doses available.

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