The COVID-19 vaccine is gradually becoming more available. Because the vaccine distribution process is determined by local public health authorities, the specific details for how and when people can get the vaccine vary by county and state.
The County of San Bernardino has set a phone 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.
March 2, 2021 - Directive issued from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to vaccinate teachers, school staff and child care workers. Click here for more information.
March 31, 2021 - The Department of Public Health has informed the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools that countywide vaccination sites are available for any employees that are now ready to receive their COVID-19 immunizations.
County of San Bernardino Vaccination Main Page: Click here to view more information.
County of San Bernardino Vaccination Phases: Click here to view the Phase Chart.
Current County Vaccine Allocation and County Vaccine Level: Click here to view more information.
How Covid-19 Vaccines Work, Understanding Vaccines and Understanding Viral Vector COVID-19: Click here for more information.
COVID Vaccine Myth Busting - 12 Vaccine Myths Answered: Click here to view more information.
Variants of the Virus that Causes COVID-19: Click here to view more 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 (Updated 3/12/21)
San Bernardino County Vaccine Locations & Registration
Registrations and appointments are currently available for educators on a first-come, first-serve basis for first dose. Appointments are Park and Walk In. San Bernardino County Vaccination Sites: Click here for more information.
If you have received your first dose, please set an appointment for your second dose. Second Dose: Click here for more information.
Community Health Association Inland Southern Region
A few clinics in San Bernardino County have permission to provide vaccines to teachers.
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, email@example.com. Click here to download the screening and consent form.
Costco Pharmacy - Victorville
Costco Pharmacy is currently creating a waitlist for vaccination. They have been approved to distribute the vaccine and provide vaccines to educators. To be placed on the waitlist, complete the on-line form and call to confirm: (760) 524-9911. Click here for the on-line registration form.
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
3/12/21: St. Joseph/St. Mary is receiving a large amount of Johnson's & Johnson's vaccines earlier than expected. Please register now to get your single shot. Vaccinations are by appointment only. Please check the
For those who are interested in receiving a COVID vaccine, click here for more information (English and Spanish).
To complete the vaccine registration waitlist form, click here.
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.
Our Lady of the Desert Catholic Church
18386 Corwin Rd, Apple Valley, CA. 92307. Click here to schedule an appointment.
Consent Form - please complete and take with you to the site (PDF).
Map/Route to enter vaccination site (PDF).
V Safe App Software Flyer (PDF).
San Bernardino County Public Health – Adelanto Health Center
3/12/21: St. Joseph/St. Mary is receiving a large amount of Johnson's & Johnson's vaccines earlier than expected. They will be providing vaccines to the Adelanto Health Center. Please register now to get your single shot vaccine. Vaccinations are by appointment only. Schedule an appointment by calling 760-246-1274 or 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
Some VA health facilities now 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.
Transportation (Updated 3/10/21)
Victor Valley Transit Authority has partnered with the Town of Apple Valley, City of Victorville and San Bernardino County to provide a temporary free door-to-door shuttle service called the Vaccine Express. This interim route is for individuals 65 and older with vaccine appointments at Hook Community Center or Our Lady of the Desert Catholic Church. The service is available 9 am to 6 pm. Following the vaccine appointment booking, residents can contact VVTA at (760) 948-3030. For more information, please visit the VVTA web site, click here.