It’s never been easier to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in Los Angeles.
For the first time, the City has opened up appointment-free options for vaccinations, and we’ve moved more doses to walk-up centers and mobile clinics — all part of our ongoing effort to bring these life-saving vaccines directly into communities and make getting a shot as quick, accessible, and safe as possible.
With vaccination rates slowing down slightly across the United States, we’re taking several steps to expand access even further and encourage Angelenos to get their shot –– including opening up a new mobile night clinic at the South Park Recreation Center in South L.A. from 9am to 9pm; and offering a drive-through option at Cal State L.A., allowing for up to 9,000 doses a day to be administered at the location. As we make these critical changes, Dodger Stadium will wind down operations by the end of May.
Each of us has a vital role to play in ending this pandemic and powering L.A.’s economic recovery. If you’ve already been vaccinated, now is the time to encourage your loved ones and community members to do the same. And if you’ve yet to roll up your sleeve, this is the moment to show up, get your shot, and save lives.
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Here are the facts you need to know:
- ELIGIBLE NOW: All Angelenos 16 and older are eligible to receive their COVID-19 shots at City-operated vaccine sites. While not required, appointments are still encouraged to minimize wait times. Eligible Angelenos can pre-register for a vaccination or find the nearest location. Please note the Pfizer vaccine is authorized for those 16 years and older, while the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are authorized for those 18 years and older.
‘MOVE’ MOBILE VACCINE PROGRAM: The City continues to deliver vaccines directly to those who need it most through the MOVE program. Since launching this initiative, mobile clinics have partnered with trusted community groups in areas most impacted by COVID-19 to deliver over 100,693 doses to Angelenos, with over 90% given to people of color. Learn more about where mobile teams are being deployed this week.
BY THE NUMBERS: The City of Los Angeles has administered 1,219,229 vaccine doses at our City-run vaccination sites and mobile clinics, skilled nursing facilities, and fire stations. Since last Monday, our centers have provided 81,623 life-saving vaccinations.
- VACCINATION SITES: More than 739 locations are currently vaccinating people in L.A. County. Remember to bring your ID to the site. If you are 65 or older, have a disability, or lack internet access and need assistance making your vaccination appointment, you can contact the County’s Call Center –– open from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. –– at (833) 540-0473.
- EXPRESS LANE: An express lane at Dodger Stadium continues serving customers of Access Services, the agency that provides transportation to Angelenos with disabilities. Access riders can book their appointment (pending availability) as well as a round-trip ride to Dodger Stadium by calling (626) 532-1616.
- NOTIFY LA: The City will occasionally send targeted text updates about new appointment availability to communities with high cases of COVID-19. To receive text updates, sign up for Notify LA.
- STAY INFORMED: Get key information by signing up for email updates from the L.A. County Department of Public Health or getting automatically notified when you become eligible for the vaccine. Tell your friends and family to sign up for this VaxFacts newsletter or follow us at @MayorOfLA on Twitter. You can check out our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more.
Stay healthy and be safe.
P.S. As Los Angeles begins the long road to recovery, we are continuing our sweeping response to COVID-19. To learn more about how we are protecting Angelenos –– through testing, economic relief, and other measures –– visit our website.