July 14 is Your Last Day to Get Vaccine at SF’s Moscone Center
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The Department of Public Health and COVID Command Center announced that, the Moscone Center South high-volume vaccination sites will close on July 14. Vaccinations will continue to be widely available through a network of low-barrier neighborhood sites, mobile access points, clinics, and pharmacies to meet existing demand and better align with the current prevalence of COVID in the community.
Your Last Day at Moscone Center is July 14
Open 10a to 6p
Wednesday, July 14 is the last day to get a vaccine at Moscone. If you need to get your second dose after July 14, book a second dose appointment at another neighborhood clinic
- People who are eligible are 12 years and older, who live, work, or learn in SF. People under 18 need permission from a parent or guardian to be vaccinated.
- You do not need insurance to book an appointment.
- Drop-in hours are 7 days a week, 10 am to 6 pm (first and second dose Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson).
Book a first-dose appointment at Moscone Center South, on CA State’s MyTurn website. You will need to confirm your location and eligibility before seeing availability. If there is no availability, keep checking.
Still need to get your first vaccine after July 14?
See the list of still open vaccine locations.
The high-volume sites have proven to be extremely successful as San Francisco became the first major city in the nation to reach 80% rate in first-dose vaccinations. Moving forward, the city will continue to provide low-barrier vaccine access at San Francisco Health Network and SF Community Clinic Consortium clinics, pharmacies, neighborhood sites, and at community events.
Additionally, mobile vaccination operations will carry on for people experiencing homelessness, people who are homebound, and residents at senior housing.
Planning is underway by the Department of Public Health and the COVID Command Center to ensure access to vaccines for youth under 11 years old when they become eligible.
Please visit sf.gov/getvaccinated or call 628-652-2700 for vaccination information and sites. You can also drop into an upcoming vaccination event.
Read more at SF.gov.
This is the last weekend to get vaccinated at @MosconeCenter. Drop-in from 10 am-6 pm before Wed, July 14. You can get your 2nd vax dose here even if you got your 1st dose elsewhere. Read more about how we’re focusing our vax efforts here: https://t.co/khOGTrpgpD #VaccinateSF pic.twitter.com/hBWJ5TsqGR
— SFDPH (@SF_DPH) July 10, 2021
About the COVID Vaccine Effort in San Francisco
San Francisco has been a national and global model in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Well before the federal government approved vaccines for widespread use, the city developed a robust, low- barrier vaccine distribution system to facilitate vaccination with a focus on ensuring access to communities disproportionally affected by COVID-19. The vaccine has been offered through a network of high-volume vaccination sites, community access sites – in partnership with trusted community organizations-, mobile vaccination teams, and pharmacies.
These efforts have paid off. Currently, 81% of eligible San Francisco residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, with 72% of eligible San Franciscans fully vaccinated. Furthermore, 91% of all residents 65 and older have received at least one dose. SF’s vaccination rates are among the highest in the nation and the world.
Additionally, the effectiveness and availability of COVID-19 vaccines have dramatically driven down case rates, hospitalizations and community spread in San Francisco. The 7-day average number of new cases in San Francisco declined by 97% since January; from 373 to 10 as of June 15. Hospitalizations have been at their lowest numbers for the past month since the pandemic began and testing positivity is 0.45%, down from 5.36% since the last peak in January and 13.46% in April of 2020.
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