September 17, 2021
No excuse not to get a COVID-19 vaccination
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – Appointments are no longer necessary to get a COVID-19 vaccination in San Bernardino County. ‘Walk-ups’ are accepted at all County sites.

“We currently have 12 ongoing County sites operating, a revolving handful of special event sites, just about every hospital in the County and dozens of pharmacies that can get a shot of hope into your arm,” Board of Supervisors Chairman Curt Hagman said.

Ongoing County-operated sites

All 12 County operated sites in the County operate Tuesday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sites are offering the Pfizer vaccine and both appointments and walk-ups are accepted.
• Adelanto, Columbia Middle School (14409 Aster Rd.)
• Apple Valley, Our Lady of the Desert Catholic Church (affiliated with Providence St. Joseph Health, 18386 Corwin Rd.)
• Bloomington, Ayala Park Community Center (18313 Valley Blvd.)
• Hesperia, Hesperia Health Center (16453 Bear Valley Rd.)
• Joshua Tree, Copper Mountain College (6162 Rotary Way)
• Montclair, Montclair Place (5060 E North Montclair Plaza Lane)
• Ontario, Ontario Convention Center (2000 E. Convention Center Way)
• Rancho Cucamonga, Inland Empire Health Plan (10801 6th St.)
• Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Cucamonga Sports Complex (8303 Rochester Ave.)
• Rialto, Grace Vargas Senior Center (1411 S. Riverside Ave.)
• San Bernardino, National Orange Show Event Center (689 South E St.)
• Victorville, Hook Community Center (14973 Joshua St.)
• Yucaipa, Yucaipa Senior Center (12202 1st St.)
People who walk-up to a vaccination site should be prepared to register in person, which will include answering health screening questions.

Hospitals, health centers, clinics and pharmacies
In addition to the ongoing County-operated vaccine sites, many hospitals in San Bernardino County have vaccines on hand, as well as several clinics and health centers.

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