One of the most significant barriers to getting vaccinated against Covid-19 is not knowing where to have it done. For some reason, many people aren't sure where to get the vaccine, so they continue with everyday life. If that's you, fear no more.
Here is a list of places in the San Diego area where you can get the Covid-19 vaccine:
1) San Diego Padres Gallagher Square (1:30 am- 8 pm)
This is a mobile walk-through vaccination site. But if you'd prefer to have an appointment, they are available (but not mandatory) since drop-ins are welcome. It's important to remember that the number of drop-ins might be limited based on vaccine supply. However, all Covid-19 vaccines are provided at no cost.
2) Mexican Consulate (9 am - 3:30 pm)
This is a walk-through immunization site. However, if you want to make an appointment, they are available (though not required) because walk-ins are accepted. It's crucial to keep in mind that depending on vaccination supplies, the number of drop-ins may be limited. All Covid-19 vaccinations at the Mexican consulate are provided free of charge.
3) Sharp Coronado Community Pharmacy (9 am - 5 pm)
This is a walk-in vaccination site. Appointments are required, but it's incredibly easy to book online. So, if you want the vaccine and it's nearby, the Sharp Coronado Community Pharmacy could be a great place to get it done (at no charge).
4) Martin Luther King Community Center (9 am - 3.30 pm)
Again, this is a walk-through immunization site for the Covid-19 vaccine. You should be able to get an appointment fairly easily, but it's not mandatory. All Covid-19 vaccinations at the Martin Luther King Community Center are provided free of charge.
At the time of writing, 51% of people in California have had at least one dose. So, if you want to speed up the vaccination rate, consider booking an appointment (or dropping into a vaccine clinic) soon!
Have you got the vaccine? And if not, when are you going to get it? Let me know your responses in the comment section below.
Disclaimer: This article should not be considered professional health advice. Please consult a doctor before making any medical decisions. A full list of vaccine clinics is available here.
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