The rollout of the coronavirus vaccine continues in San Diego County. Here, we track when and where extra doses are available.
As of May 11, 2021, San Diego County public health officials said 1,270,808 San Diego County residents are fully vaccinated, or 63%. The county said 1,740,571 residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The county's goal is to have 2,017,011 San Diego County residents vaccinated with at least one dose, so public health officials said they are 86.3% to meeting that goal.
The county has even added a walk-in system at 23 of their vaccination sites. That means no appointment is needed, but there are only a certain number of these doses a day. An appointment is still recommended. (NOTE: Partner-run superstations and non-county-run sites are not included).
Below, NBC 7 will be tracking where there is a surplus of vaccine appointments for those still searching for a shot.
And, if there are any abrupt cancelations or days-long pauses at any local vaccination sites, check here, too. We got you covered.
Vaccines Availability Updates:
Vaccine Clinic in Escondido -- May 16
Palomar Health in partnership with Universidad Popular and local leaders will offer free vaccines to San Diego County residents on Sunday, May 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. inside the Escondido World Marketplace (Escondido World Marketplace 635 W Mission Ave. Escondido, CA 92025). Shots of both Johnson & Johnson and the Pfizer vaccines will be available to those 16 and older.
Alvarado Hospital – May 13-14 and May 19-21
Alvarado Hospital – located at 6645 Alvarado Rd. – plans to host by-appointment-only COVID-19 vaccine clinics on May 13 and May 14 and again on May 19 through May 21 from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each date. A spokesperson for the hospital said the Pfizer vaccine will be administered at the clinics. The vaccination site is in the hospital’s West Tower, in the SDRI Conference Room. More info is available here, including how to register for a vaccine appointment at this location.