Vaccine Locations & Registration
San Bernardino County & Riverside County
San Bernardino County
With the goal of making a COVID-19 vaccine available to all persons who choose to receive it, health care officials have developed a phased-approach to first make the vaccine available to high-risk health care workers, skilled nursing, and long-term care facilities, and first responders.
Vaccinations began on December 16, 2020, in San Bernardino County and are continuing. Following is the overall approach to distributing the vaccinations in our County.
Registrations and appointments are currently available for residents 65+ and front-line health care workers under Phase 1A, Tier 1-3 who live and work within San Bernardino County.
Do not attempt to register if you do not meet this qualification.
1/20/2021: Riverside County received 26,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine this week to distribute among community partners. Of this week’s allocation, 3,900 doses will be used for six additional county-run vaccine clinics. The supply of vaccines continues to be limited and demand for vaccines is very high.
Registration will be available Thursday (Jan. 21) at noon for six upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Lake Elsinore, Perris and Indio planned for people in Phase 1A (all tiers), 1B (tier 1), which includes individuals 65 and older.
Those who want to get vaccinated can visit the Riverside University Health System-Public Health vaccine website www.ruhealth.org/covid-19-vaccine starting at noon Thursday for an appointment. Those over 65 years of age who need help registering can call 2-1-1.
Help Families Today
There’s no doubt we are all facing tough times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our best chance to get through this crisis is by working together gathering our resources and helping families in the Inland Empire who need it the most.
The Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice (CCAEJ) is organizing a COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund to make sure working class families and immigrants in our communities get what they need to stay home and stay healthy.
Inland Empire residents are exposed to some of the worst air pollution in the nation, which has led to increased respiratory conditions and cancer rates. As only 4 of 10 jobs pay a livable wage here, families find themselves living paycheck to paycheck and with no health safety net. With no strong health protections and weakened immune and lung capacity, families in environmental justice communities will be the most vulnerable to coronavirus. Our priority will be to provide resources to CCAEJ members severely impacted financially by COVID-19 and/or not eligible for government assistance due to their immigration status. Our communities can not afford to wait for federal and state assistance. WE MUST ACT NOW!
CCAEJ’s COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund will distribute mutual aid directly to people in areas where we organize that are experiencing the greatest need. Through the leveraging of our resources and with collective care, we can step up to support our families.
Donate today to support frontline families!