COVID-19 Vaccine Availability

While COVID vaccines were developed and approved last year, production only recently began and, at this time, vaccine supply is extremely limited. What this means is that not everyone who is eligible will have a vaccine or appointment immediately available to them. Information on this website will be updated as increasing supplies and changing circumstances warrant.  

The State of California decides who is eligible for the vaccine and our local health departments alongside our major healthcare systems are responsible for getting the doses into arms. For the most up-to-date information on California’s vaccination plan, please visit:

Please see your local public health department website below for more information on who is currently eligible in your county and how to schedule an appointment, if one is available

San Francisco County: :

Note: Please scroll down to “Who can get the vaccine now” for health system contact information

If you are a San Francisco resident you can register to get a notification when you become eligible for the vaccine here: Get notified when you're eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine | San Francisco (

San Mateo County:

If you are a San Mateo County resident you can sign-up to receive vaccination updates here:

Most providers will reach out to their patients proactively once supply and capacity allows. If you are 65 and older and a patient of one of the multi-county healthcare systems, you may also call the following numbers to request an appointment. Please note that providers report high call volume and long wait times. More detailed information can be found on the County Health Department websites above.


Appointments: (866) 454-8855

24/7 hotline with updates: (855) 550-0951



Appointments: (650) 498-9000



Appointments: (844) 987-6115



Appointments: (650) 615-6000