Quick Glance: COVID-19 Vaccines at SLO Public Health  

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First doses sent to SLO County Public Health 13,625
People vaccinated by SLO County SLO County Public Health


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Stormy weather is predicted in SLO County on Wednesday, Jan. 27. Our first priority is the health and safety of residents getting the vaccine. For each site, that means:

  • Paso Robles and Arroyo Grande vaccine clinics: The site will remain open and we will have accommodations in place for residents' safety when they are coming to the site, getting their vaccine and completing their observation period. During this stormy weather, residents will complete their observation period indoors with social distancing rather than in an outdoor observation area.
  • San Luis Obispo vaccine clinic: This site will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 27 to ensure residents’ safety because it does not have additional indoor space. Everyone who has an appointment on Wednesday at this site will have a guaranteed appointment next week. They will be automatically re-scheduled for Monday, Feb. 1 at their same scheduled time, and will have the option to change this if needed. We are contacting each person individually today by email, text or phone, depending on their preference.


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A safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine is one of the most important tools we have to end the COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage all SLO County residents to learn more about the vaccine, stay informed, and get the vaccine when it’s your turn – to protect yourself and help end the pandemic. Find the latest local information about the vaccine and what it means for all of us in SLO County.

Based on limited vaccine supply and risk of exposure and serious outcomes from COVID-19, the County of San Luis Obispo is vaccinating residents in phases by appointment only at three clinics in SLO County.

Find out if you’re eligible, and when and where the vaccine is being distributed 

Are you eligible? Make a first-dose vaccination appointment now.


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