Print
News Briefs

City COVID vaccination

Vaccination rollout expands

With the goal of vaccinating at least 10,000 people a day against Covid-19, San Francisco has continued to fine-tune its vaccination distribution plans to increase the ability of residents to participate. More sites have been added to the list of available vaccination locations, ranging from Moscone Center and City College to the Giants stadium. On Feb. 19, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency said it would provide free, roundtrip transportation for people traveling to get their Covid-19 vaccine. Paratransit rides are also free for trips to and from vaccination locations within S.F. Paratransit’s service area.

“In addition to reaching our most vulnerable people with a combination of mobile vaccination teams, neighborhood sites, and community clinics, we want to make it as convenient as possible for people throughout San Francisco to get to our high-volume vaccination sites,” said Mayor London Breed. Vaccinations are available for people aged 65 and older, and people in the fields of health care, education, childcare, emergency services, and food and agriculture. To find out more about vaccination eligibility and to set up an appointment, visit sf.gov/getvaccinated.

Send feedback to [email protected]. News tips? Email [email protected]

Send to a Friend Print

Upcoming Events

more »
Photo: the Affairs of Lidia; sfindie.com

25th Annual S.F. Independent Film Festival

Feb 2-12
Info »
Ramses-the-Great-and-the-Gold-of-The-Pharaohs_Photo-31

Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs

Sep-Feb 1-12
Info »
Photo:facebook.com/UrbanDiversioN

Candlelight: Valentine’s Day

Feb 14
Info »
Photo: Facebook.com/gracecathedralSF

Carnivale 2023

Feb 21
Info »
Photo: Facebook.com/lunasaband

Lùnasa

Feb 26
Info »

Download the Current Issue: February 2023

Follow Us