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COVID-19 Vaccinations

Last Updated: 10/6/2021 10:23 PM

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), vaccination is currently the leading public health prevention strategy to end the COVID-19 pandemic.  Promoting vaccination can help schools safely return to in-person learning as well as extracurricular activities and sports.

The County of San Bernardino has established a phone line and e-mail to answer questions for County residents on setting an appointment or questions about a vaccine: (909) 387-3911 or coronavirus@DPH.sbcounty.gov.

 

 

 

County of San Bernardino Vaccination Main Page: Click here to view more information.

How Covid-19 Vaccines Work, Understanding Vaccines and Understanding Viral Vector COVID-19: Click here for more information.

When You've Been Fully Vaccinated: Click here to view information.

Variants of the Virus that Causes COVID-19: Click here to view information.

 

Pfizer - Moderna - Johnson & Johnson

Basic differences have to do with the spacing between 1st and 2nd doses (Pfizer 21 days, Moderna 28 days), storage (Pfizer has to be stored at much colder temperatures), effectiveness (Pfizer 95%, Moderna 94.1%) and age range approved for vaccination (Pfizer 16+, Moderna 18+).

Pfizer: Click here for more information.

Moderna: Click here for more information.

Johnson & Johnson: Click here for more information.

 

Appointments

Tri-State Community Healthcare Center – Adelanto Clinic

11888 Bartlett Ave, Adelanto, CA 9230.1 Schedule appointment by calling (760) 530-9944.

Please e-mail the screening and consent form, insurance card and identification to Kimberly Romero, k.romero@tristateclinics.org. Click here to download the screening and consent form.

 

CVS Pharmacy®

Learn where the COVID-19 vaccine is now available at CVS Pharmacy®, by appointment only. Once on the CVS web site, click on “California” to view availability at the Adelanto and Victorville stores. CVS Pharmacy®: Click here to visit the CVS web site.

 

Loma Linda University Health System

Loma Linda University Health is working with San Bernardino County in following a phased approach to provide the COVID-19 vaccine to our community. Loma Linda University Health: Click here to visit the LLUH web site.

 

Providence/St. Mary Medical Center

St. Mary Health Center

18077 Outer Hwy 18, Suite 100, Apple Valley, CA  92307

Providence St. Mary Medical Center is dedicated to caring for our community. That's why we're lending our supplies and expertise to host a San Bernardino County mass-vaccination site at Our Lady of the Desert Catholic Church. 

 

San Bernardino County Public Health – Adelanto Health Center

Please register now to get your single shot vaccine. Vaccinations are by appointment only. Schedule an appointment by calling 800-722-4777.

11336 Bartlett Ave, Suite 11, Adelanto, Ca 92301.

Flyer - English, Click Here

Flyer - Spanish, Click Here

 

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

VA health facilities offer COVID-19 vaccines to Veterans who already receive care at VA and are at high risk from COVID-19. Each facility will determine when Veterans in this group can get a vaccine.

VA Loma Linda Healthcare System

11201 Benton Street, Loma Linda, CA 92357. Schedule an appointment by calling (800) 741-8387.

 

Booster Shot

Pfizer is the only vaccine that has been approved for a booster shot. Johnson & Johnson and Moderna are still awaiting federal approval.

Booster shots of the Pfizer vaccine are now recommended if you:

  • Got a Pfizer vaccination at least six months ago, and
  • Are 65 or older, or
  • Are a long-term care resident that is 18 or older, or
  • Are 50-64 and have an underlying medical condition, or
  • Are 50-64 and at increased risk due to social inequity (including that of communities of color)

You may also consider getting a booster if you:

  • Are 18-49 and have an underlying medical condition or are at increased risk due to social inequity, or
  • Are 18-64 and work or live in a high-risk setting (like a shelter)
    • The CDC defines high-risk jobs as:
      • First responders (healthcare workers, firefighters, police, congregate care staff)
      • Education staff (teachers, support staff, daycare workers)
      • Food and agriculture workers
      • Manufacturing workers
      • Corrections workers
      • U.S. Postal Service workers
      • Public transit workers
      • Grocery store workers

To book your booster shot, visit My Turn.

Read more about Pfizer booster shots from CDPH.

 

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