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COVID-19 Vaccine

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You are eligible for vaccination if you are in one of the groups listed in below.

Please do not make an appointment if you are not currently eligible. You will be turned away if you do.

COVID-19 vaccines are free regardless of insurance or immigration status. You will not be asked about your immigration status when you get a COVID vaccine. For more information see COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs.

Eligible for Vaccination

  • Healthcare workers in skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and other long-term care facilities
  • Healthcare workers listed* in the Health Care/Public Health Sector of the CA Essential Workforce if they have one of the following occupational risks/critical functions:
    • Those at risk of direct patient exposure from their clinical and non-clinical roles
    • Those who come into direct contact with the virus through research, development, manufacturing, or testing
    • Those who are manufacturing vaccine, therapeutics, devices, supplies or personal protective equipment

Exception: the following Health Care/Public Health Sector workers are not considered eligible per CDPH Vaccine Allocation Guidelines:

    • Workers that manage health plans, billing, and health information
    • Workers supporting operations of outdoor recreational facilities for the purpose of facilitating physically distanced personal health and wellness through outdoor exercise
    • Cannabis industry employees working in Food and Agriculture for growing, production, storage, transport and distribution (eligible in Phase 1B, Tier 1)
    • Workers supporting veterinary services (eligible in Phase 1B, Tier 1)

  • Residents of skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and other long term care facilities (LTCFs) are offered vaccine at their facilities.
    (LTCF are facilities that provide medical and personal care to adults, such as assisted living facilities and similar settings for older or medically vulnerable individuals, and special needs group living facilities)

If you started your vaccination as a resident of a LTCF but left the facility, you can make an appointment for your final dose at a location on this webpage. Be sure to check that it offers the same kind of vaccine as your first dose.

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Those at risk of exposure at work (only on-site workers are eligible):

  • Food service workers (including restaurants, cafeterias, fast food, convenience stores, animal/pet food stores, worker with a Food Cart/Street Vendor)
  • Food delivery workers
  • Food manufacturing workers
  • Grocery store workers
  • Pharmacy workers
  • Animal agriculture workers including those involved in veterinary health
  • Agricultural workers, including farmworkers and their support services and supply workers, who are responsible for the planting, cultivating, growing, harvesting, and bringing to market any agricultural or horticultural commodity. (Includes non-edible plants and flowers)
  • Veterinarians and animal care workers
  • Food and Agriculture-associated port and transportation workers
  • Workers involved with food supply chain
  • Government/Food Assistance program worker (volunteers eligible if working more than 20 hours/week and have a letter from the employer certifying eligibility)
  • Permitted catering company worker (not home-based)
  • Private domestic workers, such as gardeners and landscape workers (must work more than 20 hours per week)

Exception: the following people are NOT eligible

    • Equestrian center staff and horse groomers
    • Pest control technicians for houses
    • Home and garden store workers or suppliers
    • General hotel workers (only eligible if work in restaurant or giftshop that sells food/beverage)
    • Anyone who buys or supports the sale of nursery stock from the original grower and is not employed by the original grower (e.g. florists, home garden stores, etc.).

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Those at risk of exposure at work:

  • Police/law enforcement officers
  • Emergency Management, including Emergency Operations Center
  • Fusion Center employees, including analysts
  • Fire and Rescue service workers (maritime/aviation emergency rescue, Search and Rescue, Fire)
  • Hazardous material response teams (HAZMAT)
  • Corrections and Probation officers and workers
  • Courts/Legal Counsel & Prosecution staff who (1) work in one of the Eligible offices and (2) meet the emergency sector work requirement.
    • The only Eligible offices are Public Defender, Alternate Public Defender, District Attorney, Judicial Officers, Court administration/staff, County CEO’s Bar Panel attorneys, and Child Support Services Department (CSSD) attorneys.
    • For the Emergency sector work requirement, the staff member must work IN-PERSON at court routinely, in particular, at the Criminal, Mental Health, and Juvenile Courts, AND have direct, physical interaction with clients in Correctional Facilities (exemption for County Judges, court staff, and DA who are not required to directly interact in settings with detainees).
  • Campus and school police
  • Rehabilitation and Re-entry
  • Federal law enforcement agencies
  • Police, Fire and Ambulance Dispatchers
  • Security staff to maintain building access control and physical security measures
  • DCFS, APS (workers physically responding to abuse and neglect of children, elderly and dependent adults, and people experiencing domestic violence), gang intervention workers, and community intervention workers)
  • Short-term emergency foster care families)
  • Sworn animal control officers and humane officers
  • Disaster Service Workers (DSWs) who are working IN PERSON and are actively deployed (not working remotely from home)
  • Public Works and utility worker employees (electricity, gas, water, waste, roads/highways) required to respond IN PERSON to provide emergency support alongside emergency services personnel. (Remote workers are not eligible)
    • Includes Caltrans workers who meet the above definition
    • Includes water utility workers who meet the above definition

Exception: the following people are NOT eligible

    • US postal carriers/mail carriers
    • Mail couriers
    • Water utility workers who work remotely
    • Public works employees who work remotely
    • Cal Trans workers who work remotely
    • Disaster Service Workers (DSWs) who are work remotely (e.g., contact tracers)
    • Most private attorneys (only those who are part of the County CEO’s Bar Panel are eligible)

For public transit – see the new sector Transportation and Logistics

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Those at risk of exposure at work:

  • Instructors, teachers, professors, teaching assistants (TAs) and essential support staff needed to run these schools/facilities
    • Public Schools (K-12)
    • Independent Schools (K-12)
    • Charter Schools (K-12)
    • Contracted Educational Support Staff
    • Junior Colleges
    • Colleges & Universities
    • Technical & Trade Schools
    • Support staff involved in child/student care, including school bus drivers/monitors, crossing guards
    • School Sports coaches
  • License and license-exempt CHILDCARE service providers (Infants, PreKindergarten, Transitional Kindergarten)
    • Center-based Early Care Education
    • Family Child Care Homes (FCC) - includes STAFF working at a family childcare
    • School district-based Early Care Education
    • Family, Friends & Neighbors (FFN) providing subsidized care
    • Family members residing in a home where a licensed family childcare is located
  • Early care and education support staff from Resources and Referral agencies, Alternative Payment agencies, and California Community Care Licensing.
  • Youth recreation staff who work directly with children: (Boys and Girls Clubs, YMCA, community-based organizations)
  • Staff who work directly with children/youth as part of programming with the LA County Natural History Museum, and LA County and Cities Parks & Recreation, Public Library, and Beaches & Harbor departments
  • Custodial staff and janitors
  • Private domestic workers, such as nannies (must work more than 20 hours per week)

Exception: the following people are NOT eligible

    • Homeschooling parents/guardians
    • Parents/guardians assisting with cooperative early care education
    • Private tutors
    • Driver training instructors

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Those at risk of exposure at work. Janitors/custodians/maintenance staff who work in a building, including:

  • Staff who clean workplaces, including shared amenities such as bathrooms and break rooms
  • Staff who clean in settings that are already eligible for vaccine (including healthcare, education and childcare, food and agriculture, emergency services, and congregate living situations, such as locations serving people experiencing homelessness and correctional facilities)
  • Private domestic workers, such as house cleaners (must work more than 20 hours per week)

Exception: the following people are NOT eligible

    • People who only work remotely
    • People who only work outdoors or in parts of indoor buildings doing repairs that do not involve high-risk exposures to COVID-19 (for example, plumbing repair, off-site furniture repair, construction)

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Beginning March 15, vaccination will be made available to people 16-64 years old who have certain health conditions and disabilities that put them at higher risk for serious COVID-19 illness:

  • Cancer, current with weakened immune system
  • Chronic kidney disease, stage 4 or above
  • Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen dependent
  • Down syndrome
  • Solid organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
  • Pregnancy
  • Sickle cell disease
  • Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (but not hypertension)
  • Severe obesity (Body Mass Index of 40 or greater, CDC BMI Calculator)
  • Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%
  • People who, as a result of a developmental or other significant high-risk disability, meet one or more of the following criteria:
    • A COVID-19 infection is likely to result in severe life-threatening illness or death; OR
    • Acquiring COVID-19 will limit the individual’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to their well-being and survival; OR
    • Providing adequate and timely COVID care will be particularly challenging as a result of the individual’s disability.

      The three criteria above include people with a range of physical and behavioral disabilities including  
      • Individuals with severe behavioral health issues and substance use disorders
      • Enrolled consumers of
        • Regional Centers
        • Independent Living Centers
        • In-Home Supportive Services
        • Community Based Adult Services
        • Medi-Cal HIV/AIDS Waiver
        • Medi-Cal Home and Community-Based Alternatives (HCBA) Waiver
        • Medi-Cal Assisted Living Waiver (ALW)
        • Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
        • California Children’s Services (CSS) Program (if the child is 16-21 years old)
        • California Genetically Handicapped Persons Program (GHPP)

Private caregivers are also eligible (must work more than 20 hours per week)

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Individuals who live or work in the following congregate residential settings:

  • Incarceration/detention facility
  • Homeless shelters recuperative care centers, encampments. Includes
    • People experiencing homelessness (PEH) who may transition into a shelter or congregate living setting
    • Staff who provide environmental services, client-facing administrators, security personnel, food services, floor monitors, case managers and counselors
    • Client-facing, non-clinical outreach workers who work in the field to assist PEH with housing, food, water, and hygiene; Access Center staff
  • Domestic Violence Shelters
  • Behavioral health facility
  • Substance use disorder residential facility
  • Developmental Disability residential facility

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Those at risk of exposure at work (only on-site workers are eligible):

  • Public transit workers (mass transit bus, light rail, commuter train)
  • Airport ground crew for commercial airlines
  • Flight crews (must live or be based in LA County)

Exception: the following people are NOT eligible

    • Aerospace workers
    • Airport workers for private airplanes

  • If you are age 16 or 17 and are eligible to be vaccinated, look for a vaccination site that offers the Pfizer vaccine. (The Moderna and Janssen/Johnson & Johnson vaccines can only be given to people age 18 years and older). Currently, people under age 16 cannot be vaccinated.
  • If you need an appointment for a second dose, only make an appointment at a location that is offering the same vaccine as your 1st dose.
  • The type(s) of vaccine offered are shown below when searching by type of location.

You can search in three different ways:

  1. Type of appointment system (There are several different appointment systems).
  2. Type of location - such as clinic, pharmacy, or large point of dispensing (POD) site.
  3. Map to find a location near you

Need Help? Residents with disabilities or without computer access can call 833-540-0473 between 8:00 am and 8:30 pm, 7 days a week for help with appointments.

For more information, visit VaccinateLACounty.com

In addition, many healthcare providers are also offering vaccines and may have appointments available – see the list of facilities and providers offering vaccine here or contact your provider.

Please note that we are only able to provide information on availability of appointments for the Public Health locations and clinics that use the PrepMod appointment system on this website.

Search by Type of Appointment System

To look for an appointment at a specific location, go to MyTurn and enter the zip code of the location. You can see a listing of many of the locations below.

  • L.A. County Public Health
  • FEMA
  • Kaiser Permanente at Cal Poly Pomona (other sites use Kaiser's website)
  • Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital
  • East Valley (some sites using PrepMod)
  • St. John's Well Child and Family Center (some sites using PrepMod)
  • Albertsons
  • Sav-ons
  • Pavilions
  • Vons
  • Cedars-Sinai
  • Kedren
  • Queens Care Health Centers
  • PIH (Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital) – Whittier
  • Children's Hospital, Los Angeles
  • Beach Cities Health District
  • Burbank Fire Dept.
  • Pico Care Pharmacy
  • Asian Pacific Health Care Venture
  • Memorial Hospital of Gardena

* Crenshaw Clinic, Hansen Dam Recreational Center, and Dodger Stadium are Drive-Through. The others are walk-up. All locations are wheelchair accessible.
ALL Locations are by Appointment Only - make an appointment at Carbon Health.
Crenshaw Clinic*
1261 W 79th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90044
San Fernando Clinic
208 Park Ave
San Fernando, CA 91340
Lincoln Park Clinic
3501 Valley Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90031
Hansen Dam Recreational Center*
11798 Foothill Blvd., 
Lake View Terrace, CA 91342
Dodger Stadium*
Enter Gate C - Academy Road
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Pierce College
20498 Victory Blvd
Winnetka, CA 91306
University of Southern California
3701 Flower St.
Los Angeles, CA 90007

  • Angeles Community Health Center
  • CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center
  • Herald Christian
  • JWCH
  • Western University of Health Sciences
  • East Valley (some sites using MyTurn)
  • St. John's Well Child and Family Center (some sites using MyTurn)

Click here to view these locations in our Community Partners and Hospitals section where we list unique links for each session at each location.

All UCLA locations listed below are walk-in by appointment only. Make an appointment at UCLA Health
UCLA Health - Calabasas Primary Care
26585 W Agoura Rd, Suite 330
Calabasas, CA 91302
UCLA Health - Thousand Oaks Internal Medicine
100 Moody Court
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
UCLA Health - Santa Clarita Vaccine Clinic
27235 Tourney Road, Suite 1100
Valencia, CA 91355
UCLA Health - Torrance Skypark Primary Care
2780  Skypark Drive Suite 110
Torrance, CA 90505
Ronald Regan UCLA Medical Center
757 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90024
UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center
1250 16th St
Santa Monica, CA 90404

    To make an appointment at one of these Kaiser Permanente (KP) Medical Offices, go to: kp.org/covidvaccine
    • KP Appointment Line: 1-833-574-2273. Information Line: 1-855-550-0951.
    • All of these KP locations are walk-in by appointment only and are wheelchair accessible.
    Garden Medical Offices
    9353 Imperial Hwy,
    Downey, CA 90242
    Imperial Satellite Offices
    12200 Bellflower Blvd.,
    Downey, CA 90242
    Cudahy Medical Office
    7825 Atlantic Ave,
    Cudahy, CA 90201
    Antelope Valley Medical Offices
    615 W Avenue L
    Lancaster, CA 93534
    Antelope Valley Fairgrounds
    2551 West Ave. H
    Lancaster CA, 93534
    Esther Snyder Community Center
    4100 Baldwin Park Blvd
    Baldwin Park, CA 91706
    Panorama City Medical Center
    13652 Cantara St
    Panorama City, CA 91402
    South Bay Medical Center
    25825 S Vermont Ave
    Harbor City, CA 90710
    Los Angeles Medical Center
    4760 W Sunset Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90027
    Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Medical Offices
    3782 W Martin Luther King Jr
    Los Angeles, CA 90008
    Woodland Hills Medical Center
    5601 De Soto Ave
    Woodland Hills, CA 91367
    Marriott Courtyard
    6333 Bristol Pkwy,
    Culver City, CA 90230
    CSU Long Beach
    1600 Palo Verde Ave.,
    Long Beach, CA 90815
    Sylmar Medical Offices
    12669 Encinitas Ave,
    Sylmar, CA 91342
    Santa Clarita Medical Office
    27107 Tourney Rd,
    Santa Clarita, CA 91355

                Search by Type of Location
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                Drive-through site (appointment required)
                Walk-up site (appointment required)
                Wheelchair accessible
                Moderna
                Pfizer
                Janssen

                Type of vaccine available:

                • If a site offers 2 vaccine types the following letters are shown: P for Pfizer, M for Moderna, J for Johnson & Johnson (J&J)/Janssen. For example, M/J means that both Moderna and J&J vaccines are offered
                • If a site offers all 3 vaccine types, it is listed as “All”

                Location on map.   Click icon to open map
                For directions, click on the location number on the map, then click on this icon  Red Arrow Icon
                You can also search for locations offering vaccine on the map below.

                • The Public Health Mega-PODs are large scale vaccination sites. They are drive-through only and are being held daily.
                • The regular Public Health PODs held at the Balboa, El Sereno, and Antelope Valley Health Center sites are not drive-through. You can drive and park, arrive on foot, or come by public transportation or rideshare.
                • UPDATE: All DPH Regular PODs, as well as the MegaPODs now offer the Pfizer vaccine. On 4/8/21, Balboa, El Sereno, Pomona, and Magic Mountain PODs/MegaPODs will also offer Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine.
                • To look for an appointment at a specific location, go to MyTurn and enter the zip code of the location. You can see a listing of many of the below.
                • All vaccinations are by appointment only.
                • All vaccinations are by appointment only. An appointment for the second dose will be provided when you make the first dose appointment or when you attend for your first dose (depending on the appointment system).
                • The Dodger’s stadium, Hanson, and Crenshaw vaccination sites are drive-through only. The other sites are walk-up so you can drive and park, or arrive on foot, by public transportation or rideshare. All the sites offer the Moderna vaccine EXCEPT Pierce College which offers the Pfizer vaccine.
                • All vaccinations are by appointment only. There is a central appointment system to register for all the sites run by LA City Fire Department. Please be advised, Public Health is unable to provide information on appointment availability.
                • Second Dose: If you have already received a vaccine at a location run by LA City Fire Dept., you will receive an email and text from Carbon Health with information about your second appointment. For more information, please see the Carbon Health COVID-19 vaccination webpage.
                Clinics and Hospitals Serving Community Members
                • Vaccination is offered by a variety of community healthcare partners including Federally Qualified Health Centers. Please check the listings carefully as some locations offer the Moderna vaccine and some offer the Pfizer vaccine.
                • All vaccinations are by appointment only. Please be advised that Public Health is unable to provide information on appointment availability for the Kedren, UCLA, Kaiser, Culver City/West Side, St. John's, Henry Mayo, and El Camino College locations.
                Pharmacies
                • All the pharmacies are offering vaccine by appointment only.
                • You will be given an appointment for your second dose when you get your first dose of vaccine.
                Albertsons Pharmacies
                • All participating Albertsons locations offer the Moderna vaccine.
                • Each store location has a different link to make an appointment.
                • Please be advised, Public Health is unable to provide information on appointment availability for Pharmacies.
                Vons Pharmacies
                • All participating Vons locations offer the Moderna vaccine.
                • Each store location has a different link to make an appointment.
                • Please be advised, Public Health is unable to provide information on appointment availability for Pharmacies.
                Pavilions Pharmacies
                • All participating Pavilions locations offer the Moderna vaccine.
                • Each store location has a different link to make an appointment.
                • Please be advised, Public Health is unable to provide information on appointment availability for Pharmacies.
                Rite Aid Pharmacies
                • All Rite Aid pharmacies locations offer the Moderna vaccine.
                • Please be advised, Public Health is unable to provide information on appointment availability for Pharmacies.
                Costco Pharmacies
                • All participating Costco pharmacies locations offer the Moderna vaccine.
                • Each store location has a different link to make an appointment; however, at this time we are waiting for new links to be provided by Costco.
                • Please be advised, Public Health is unable to provide information on appointment availability for Pharmacies.
                • You do not need to be a Costco member to be vaccinated.
                Ralphs Pharmacies
                • All participating Ralphs locations offer the Moderna vaccine.
                • Appointments for all Ralphs locations can be made on their website by entering in your location. If COVID-19 Vaccine is not listed for that location, it means their supply is currently low for that location.
                CVS Pharmacies
                • The type of vaccine offered varies according to the CVS location.
                • Appointments can be scheduled online or via the CVS pharmacy app. Eligible individuals without internet access can call CVS at 800-746-7287 for assistance on scheduling.
                • Please be advised, Public Health is unable to provide information on appointment availability for Pharmacies.
                Walgreens Pharmacies
                • All participating Walgreens locations offer the Pfizer vaccine.
                • Vaccinations are by appointment only through the Walgreens appointment system.
                • You will be given an appointment for your second dose when you get your first dose of vaccine.
                • Please be advised, Public Health is unable to provide information on appointment availability for Pharmacies.
                Walmart Pharmacies
                • The type of vaccine offered varies according to the Walmart location
                • Vaccinations are by appointment only through the Walmart appointment system.
                • You will be given an appointment for your second dose when you get your first dose of vaccine.
                • Please be advised, Public Health is unable to provide information on appointment availability for Pharmacies.




                Search by Map

                Map Color Key:

                Locations that provide COVID-19 vaccine are shown by a  numbered circle with this color code:

                • Public Health - Point of Dispensing (POD) Sites
                • Community Clinics and Hospitals Serving Community Members
                • L.A. City Fire Department - Point of Dispensing (POD) Sites
                • Pharmacies

                Preparing for your appointment

                In order to be vaccinated, you will need to show:

                1. Proof of identity, and
                2. Proof that you live or work in LA County, and
                3. Proof that you are in one of the eligible groups.

                There are many ways to show that you are eligible to be vaccinated. Below, is a list of documents that will be accepted. This list is not complete and other documents may be accepted unless otherwise stated.

                You do not need to show government issued ID and you do not need to be a US citizen to get a vaccine.

                Consent for minors: Minors (age 16 and 17) who meet the eligibility criteria can receive the Pfizer vaccine. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who can provide consent for vaccination. The Moderna and Janssen vaccines can only be given to people age 18 years and older

                Required Documentation for Vaccination Appointments

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                You must bring document(s) to show all 3 of the following:
                (Note: one document may cover more than one requirement e.g. a healthcare worker badge with photo and an LA County workplace would meet all 3 criteria).

                1. Photo ID (does not have to be government issued), and
                2. Proof that you live or work in LA County (if your other documents do not include your home or work address, see list for acceptable items), and
                3. Proof that you are a healthcare worker.
                  Examples include:
                  • Healthcare worker or student badge with photo
                  • Professional license
                  • paycheck from employer with your name
                  • Letter from a California Regional Center noting that you are a healthcare worker status (letter must include your name and an attestation that the person you care for has a qualifying intellectual or developmental disability as per the Department of Developmental Services (DDS)). Note: medical documentation of the person with the qualifying condition will NOT be accepted.
                  • Community Health Workers (CHW) and/or associated volunteers: letter from your employer with the name and address of the business or entity that you work for, and an attestation that you are an eligible CHW.
                    Eligibility for CHW or volunteers include:
                    • Currently on staff to conduct COVID-19 outreach in the field to promote COVID-19 safety, do contact tracing, or provide information about the vaccine (excludes staff who are doing virtual outreach only or providing any other type of administrative support for the project)
                    • Outreach work in communities with high rates of COVID-19 (i.e., agencies assigned to priority communities with highest rates of COVID-19 by Public Health)
                    • Outreach work is aligned when possible to connect with individuals, organizations and communities in proximity to recent COVID-19 outbreaks specifically to link symptomatic or at-risk individuals to care, testing, and vaccination.
                      (Volunteers must work for at least 20+ hours a week in one of the areas noted above in order to be eligible)
                  Massage therapists – a massage therapy license is the only acceptable documentation.
                Second doses only
                • White vaccine record card or electronic vaccine record AND a photo ID

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                You must bring document(s) to show all 3 of the following:
                (Note: one document may cover more than one requirement 3 criteria e.g. driver’s license).

                1. Photo ID (does not have to be government issued), and
                2. Proof that you live in LA County, and
                3. Proof that you are age 50 or older

                Examples of proof of age:

                • Driving license (foreign country or expired ID okay)
                • California ID card or REAL ID card (from the DMV)
                • Medicare card
                • Social Security card
                • Military ID
                • Passport (foreign country or expired okay)
                • Medical document/records from medical provider, clinic, or doctor
                • Membership card for a seniors only organization (foreign country okay if written in English)
                • Consular ID (Matricula Consular)
                • Any official document that includes name and date of birth

                Examples of proof that you live in LA County (must show your name and address):

                • Driver’s license
                • California ID card or REAL ID card (from the DMV)
                • Library card
                • Postmarked letter
                • Utility bill
                • Vehicle registration
                • Vehicle insurance
                • Voter registration confirmation
                • Rent receipt or lease or letter from landlord
                • School or employment document
                • Court document
                • Law enforcement document (can be from immigration including deportation)
                • Tax, bank, or insurance document
                • Post Office change of address confirmation
                • Letter or document from a Faith-based organization, shelter, non-profit institution with the name/address of issuing organization
                • Membership card – Union, YMCA, store club card, fitness center, community or neighborhood association, apartment building association
                • Consular ID (Matricula Consular)
                • Any employment document from the other sectors (Food and Agriculture, Education and Childcare, Emergency Responder) IF these contain name and home address
                • My Health LA ID card (this is acceptable even though it does not show your address because the card is only issued to people who live in LA County)

                Second doses only
                • White vaccine record card or electronic vaccine record AND a photo ID

                • White vaccine record or electronic vaccine record card AND a photo ID
                  OR
                • Second dose referral letter AND a photo ID

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                You must bring document(s) to show all 3 of the following:
                (Note: one document may cover more than one requirement e.g. if your paystub shows an address in LA County).

                1. Photo ID (does not have to be government issued), and
                2. Proof that you live or work in LA County (if your other documents do not include your home or work address, see list for acceptable items, and
                3. Proof that you are a food or agricultural worker.
                  Examples include:
                  • Badge with your name and your employer’s name
                  • paycheck stub with your name
                  • California Food Handler card
                  • Certified Food Protection Manager card
                  • Current food business operator permit
                  • Food Handler/Manager card with employer attestation (see below)
                  • ILWU Port worker card with photo
                  • Copy of work shift schedule with your name
                  • License (state veterinary medical license, registered veterinary technician, other state food business license)
                  • Letter from your employer which includes your name, and the name and address of the business (template to fill out on a computer or by hand).
                  • Attestation from you which includes your name, your job title, and the name and address of the business (Templates available: English, Español, 简体中文, 繁體中文, العربية, հայերեն, អក្សរខ្មែរ, 日本語, 한국어, Русский, Tiếng Việt, فارسى, Tagalog.  If you do not have access to a printer, it can be written by hand.)
                  • Letter from your Union which includes your name, and the name the name and address of the business (template to fill out on a computer or by hand).
                  • Letter or attendance sheet from an agency/community-based organization that coordinates day-laborers for work in Food and Agriculture
                Second doses only
                • White vaccine record card or electronic vaccine record AND a photo ID

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                You must bring document(s) to show all 3 of the following
                (Note: one document may cover more than one requirement e.g. a work badge with photo and an LA County workplace would meet all 3 criteria).

                1. Photo ID (does not have to be government issued), and
                2. Proof that you live or work in LA County (if your other documents do not include your home or work address, see list for acceptable items), and
                3. Proof that you are an emergency services worker.*
                  Examples include:
                  • Work badge with photo
                  • Professional license
                  • paycheck with your name
                  • Letter from your employer which includes your name, and the name and address of the organization (template to fill out on a computer or by hand).

                  *The following workers must bring a letter from their employer in addition to their work ID badge: APS, Caltrans, DSWs, utility workers, DPW

                Second doses only
                • White vaccine record card or electronic vaccine record AND a photo ID

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                You must bring document(s) to show all 3 of the following:
                (Note: one document may cover more than one requirement e.g. a work badge with photo and an LA County workplace would meet all 3 criteria).

                1. Photo ID (does not have to be government issued), and
                2. Proof that you live or work in LA County (if your other documents do not include your home or work address, see list for acceptable items ), and
                3. Proof that you work in the education sector.
                  Examples include:
                  • Work badge with photo
                  • Professional license
                  • paycheck with your name
                  • Letter from your employer which includes your name, and the name and address of the organization (template to fill out on a computer or by hand).
                Second doses only
                • White vaccine record card or electronic vaccine record AND a photo ID

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                You must bring document(s) to show all 3 of the following:
                (Note: one document may cover more than one requirement e.g. a work badge with photo and an LA County workplace would meet all 3 criteria).

                1. Photo ID (does not have to be government issued), and
                2. Proof that you live or work in LA County (if your other documents do not include your home or work address, see list for acceptable items), and
                3. Proof that you work in the early childhood education and childcare sector.
                  Bring one of the documents from the list below:
                  • Copy of State of CA Department of Social Services License for Day Care Center
                  • Copy of State of CA Department of Social Services License for Family Day Care Home
                  • Copy of State of California Emergency Child Care Waiver Novel Coronavirus 2019
                  • School District badge or Paycheck Stub with your name
                  • Resource and Referral/Alternative Payment Agency Badge or Paycheck Stub with your name
                  • Community Care Licensing (Department of Social Services) badge
                  • Youth Agency Badge or Paycheck Stub with your name for Boys and Girls Club, YMCA/YWCA, or other youth organization.
                  • Alternative Payment/voucher attendance sheet or invoice
                  • For administrators and coaches that go into the classroom and provide direct support to ECE providers: Letter signed by director on letterhead which includes name of employee, facility and facility address
                  • Letter from your employer which includes your name, and the name and address of the business (template to fill out on a computer or by hand).
                  • Attestation from you which includes your name, your job title, and the name and address of the business (Templates available: English, Español, 简体中文, 繁體中文, العربية, հայերեն, អក្សរខ្មែរ, 日本語, 한국어, Русский, Tiếng Việt, فارسى, Tagalog.  If you do not have access to a printer, it can be written by hand.)
                Second doses only
                • White vaccine record card or electronic vaccine record AND a photo ID

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                You must bring document(s) to show all 3 of the following:
                (Note: one document may cover more than one requirement e.g. a work badge with photo and an LA County workplace would meet all 3 criteria). (see eligibility section for more details).

                1. Photo ID (does not have to be government issued), and
                2. Proof that you live or work in LA County (if your other documents do not include your home or work address, see list for acceptable items), and
                3. Proof that you work in Janitorial/Custodial services.
                  Bring one of the documents from the list below:
                Second doses only
                • White vaccine record card or electronic vaccine record AND a photo ID

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                You must bring document(s) to show all 3 of the following:
                (Note: one document may cover more than one requirement).

                1. Photo ID (does not have to be government issued), and
                2. Proof that you live in LA County (if your other documents do not include your home address, see list for acceptable items), and
                3. Proof that you meet the eligibility criteria for high-risk medical conditions or disabilities or are a caregiver who works 20 hours a week or more.
                  Bring one of the documents from the list below:
                  • A letter from your medical provider, behavioral health provider, or California Department of State Hospitals Conditional Release Program (CONREP) that confirms that you are eligible for vaccination based on your underlying condition or disability (the letter does not need to state the medical condition)
                  • For Medi-Cal program enrollees - a personalized letter from California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS)
                  • For IHSS consumers – a personalized letter from California Department of Social Services (DSS)
                  • For Regional Center consumers – a personalized letter from California Department of Social Services/Regional Centers (DSS)
                  • For CSS program consumers – a personalized letter from California Children’s Services (CSS)
                  • An attestation that you sign that states you meet the eligibility criteria for high-risk medical conditions or disabilities, or are a caregiver who works 20 hours a week or more. (Templates available: English, Español, 简体中文, 繁體中文, العربية, հայերեն, អក្សរខ្មែរ, 日本語, 한국어, Русский, Tiếng Việt, فارسى, Tagalog.  If you do not have access to a printer, it can be written by hand.)

                Print

                You must bring document(s) to show all 3 of the following:
                (Note: one document may cover more than one requirement).

                1. Photo ID (does not have to be government issued), and
                2. Proof that you live or work in LA County (if your other documents do not include your home or work address, see list for acceptable items), and
                3. Proof that you live or work in a congregate living setting.
                  Examples include:

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                You must bring document(s) to show all 3 of the following:
                (Note: one document may cover more than one requirement).

                1. Photo ID (does not have to be government issued), and
                2. Proof that you live or work in LA County (if your other documents do not include your home or work address, see list for acceptable items), and
                3. Proof that you work in transportation and logistics.
                  Examples include:
                Second doses only
                • White vaccine record card or electronic vaccine record AND a photo ID

                • All vaccine clinics are by appointment only. If you are unable to keep your appointment, please cancel it to free it up for someone else.
                • Remember to bring the required documentation or you will be turned away.
                • Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes before for your appointment. Plan to stay at the appointment for at for approximately one hour. This includes 15-30 minutes for you to be observed after you receive your vaccination.
                • Read the information about the vaccine that you will be given that was in your appointment confirmation. It may be helpful to write down any questions.
                • Do not stop your routine medicines before getting vaccinated, unless your doctor recommends it.
                • Face masks must be worn at vaccination sites.
                • Wear clothing that will allow easy access to your upper arm where the vaccine will be given.
                • Before you leave the vaccination site, make sure that you know how to get your second appointment.

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