COVID-19 Vaccinations

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Who is eligible to be vaccinated right now?

The state expanded vaccine eligibility to those aged 16+ on April 15, 2021.  Info

Where can I get vaccinated?

Walk-up, no appointment needed vaccinations in Oceanside (information in next section below).  Also, you may check with your doctor or health care system or schedule an appointment at MyTurn.ca.gov.   Oceanside residents needing help with scheduling may call and get priority appointments.  Details on this can be found here in English and Spanish.

Vaccinations in Oceanside

  • NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY!  San Diego County Public Health Center at 1701 Mission Avenue near Barnes Street in Oceanside.  They are open five days a week from Sunday - Thursday, from 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.  NOTE:  Starting on May 6, they will be open from 1:00 -8:00 PM Sunday through Thursday.  This is not a drive-through site, please park in adjacent lot.  Appointments are not necessary, but may be made though the MyTurn state system. 
  • Oceanside residents having trouble scheduling an appointment may get help by calling in.  Info here in English and Espanol
  • Tri-City Medical Center is now also using the MyTurn state system for scheduling appointments there
  • Many pharmacies are now also using the MyTurn state system for scheduling appointments there

  • Active Duty Military and Veterans may be vaccinated at the Naval Hospital at Camp Pendleton from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Monday - Friday.  Must be TRICARE Beneficiaries or GS/Contract government employees on Marine Corps Camp Pendleton and its associated locations.   Info

How can I learn more about the vaccine?

COVID vaccine Frequently Asked Questions.

Need help with transportation to your appointment?

NCTD provides free rides to vaccination locations for those with appointment

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