From the first moments COVID-19 vaccines were approved, our City has done everything possible to get people vaccinated swiftly and safely.
Those efforts continue today, with daily work to increase access to life-saving doses across Los Angeles. And right now, with expanded eligibility, extended vaccination site hours, and appointment-free options, we are closing in on the end of this pandemic.
Last week, Angelenos 12 to 15 years old became eligible for the vaccine. As of today, nine City sites are now operating Monday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Angelenos can choose from any of the three vaccines currently available: Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson. No appointment is required but Angelenos can still pre-register for their vaccine and find a location near them by visiting Coronavirus.LACity.org/
All Angelenos under the age of 18 who get vaccinated at any City site must bring this form signed by a parent or legal guardian. Those ages 12-15 who cannot visit with their parent or legal guardian must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
The fight against COVID-19 is not yet over. Only 43.5% of L.A. County residents are fully vaccinated. Let’s get vaccinated to keep up our momentum toward reopening more of our economy and spending more time outdoors and indoors with our friends and family.
For those who received the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, please make sure to get your second dose. This is the only way to become fully vaccinated and protect ourselves and the people we love.
If you’re already fully vaccinated, encourage your friends, family members, and neighbors to get their shots too. It’s safe. It’s easy. It’s effective, and it’s free. Let’s get this done.
Here are the facts you need to know:
- ELIGIBLE NOW: All Angelenos 12 and older are eligible to receive their vaccine at City sites. Eligible Angelenos can pre-register for a vaccination or find the nearest location. Please note that only the Pfizer vaccine is authorized for those 12 years and older, while the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are authorized for those 18 years and older.
‘MOVE’ MOBILE VACCINE PROGRAM: We’re still vaccinating Angelenos in our hardest-hit neighborhoods through our MOVE vaccination program. Since launching this initiative, we’ve delivered over 111,719 doses to Angelenos, with over 91% given to people of color. These sites are offering the vaccine Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. appointment-free. These mobile sites visit new areas of our city weekly. You can find the latest information plus locations and hours on our website.
BY THE NUMBERS: The City of Los Angeles has administered 1,294,249 vaccine doses at our City-run vaccination sites and mobile clinics, skilled nursing facilities, and fire stations. Since last Monday, our centers have provided 39,268 life-saving vaccinations.
VACCINATION SITES: More than 755 locations are currently vaccinating people in L.A. County. Remember to bring proof of age to the site. While appointments are not required, you can still pre-register for your vaccine ahead of time by contacting the County’s Call Center –– open from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. –– at (833) 540-0473.
EXPRESS LANE: An express lane at Dodger Stadium continues serving customers of Access Services, the agency that provides transportation to Angelenos with disabilities. Access riders can book their appointment (pending availability) as well as a round-trip ride to Dodger Stadium by calling (626) 532-1616. Note: Dodger Stadium will close permanently Thursday, May 20. You can find other vaccination sites near you at Coronavirus.LACity.org/
NOTIFY LA: As we continue expanding our vaccination efforts, it’s important to get the latest news. You can sign up for Notify LA to receive text alerts from the City about vaccine rollout, locations, and more.
- STAY INFORMED: As we continue expanding our vaccination efforts, it’s important to get the latest news.
- You can sign up for Notify LA to receive text alerts from the City about vaccine rollout, locations, and more.
- Sign up for email updates from the L.A. County Department of Public Health.
- Tell your friends and family to sign up for this VaxFacts newsletter or follow us at @MayorOfLA on Twitter.
Stay healthy and be safe.
P.S. As Los Angeles begins the long road to recovery, we are continuing our sweeping response to COVID-19. To learn more about how we are protecting Angelenos –– through testing, economic relief, and other measures –– visit our website.