|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.
Story Date: May 19, 2021