CDC-approved COVID-19 vaccines remain the best public health measure for protecting people from the virus, slowing transmission, and reducing the likelihood of new variants emerging.
COVID Vaccine compliance due by March 1, 2024
Where to get monovalent COVID-19 vaccines
You can get your COVID-19 vaccination at community locations or through your health care provider. Be sure to bring your insurance card to the appointment.
The vaccine finder link lists all available major pharmacy locations based on your ZIP code. You can select the pharmacy location you want and click to schedule the vaccine.
UCSF Health patients
If you come to UCSF for primary care, you can ask for a COVID-19 vaccine during your next primary care visit.
- Moderna SARS-COV-2 vaccine (Spikevax)
- Pfizer SARS-COV-2 vaccine (Comirnaty)
Occupational Health is accepting documentation or attestation of a COVID vaccine administered after 9/1/23 to be the XBB monovalent vaccine.