The City of Coronado, working with Sharp Coronado Hospital, is providing a walk-up vaccination site in Coronado to help the region more quickly move on to the next phase. Sharp Coronado and the City are listed as a San Diego County vaccine provider. The clinic location is at the Coronado Community Center, 1845 Strand Way. Appointments are required.

UPDATE: San Diego County is working to transition to the California Department of Public Health’s My Turn website to make vaccination appointments. My Turn is where you can find out if it is your turn to get vaccinated and schedule vaccination appointments. For now, both the and County’s Vaccination Sites and Locations pages are available to residents to schedule appointments.

UPDATE: The County Vaccination Site and Appointments website notes that for those who visited a Sharp location for their first dose and are in need of a second: You will receive an email with a link that will include available dates and locations for you to schedule your second dose within 7 days from your second dose date.

UPDATE: All County sites are accepting those in the Phase 1A category as well as people 65 years old and above. Please be patient and keep trying to make an appointment. If Coronado residents do not have a computer or family to help them make an appointment, staff at the City’s Library are available to help. Call (619) 522-7390.

UPDATE: Hours at the vaccination site have recently changed. They are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekdays.

UPDATE: Effective Jan. 23, 2021, and until further notice, the County of San Diego is vaccinating only people who live or work in San Diego County.

Sharp Coronado Hospital is running the Coronado vaccine site. The City is providing the facility and some staff members at no charge.

It is recommended that you use a browser other than Internet Explorer to complete your appointment registration.

Those with appointments are required to wear a mask and practice social distancing.

Those eligible to receive the vaccine are encouraged to first contact their medical providers to receive the vaccine. If you are unable to receive the vaccine from your medical provider, you may make an appointment at any vaccination site.

At the time of your appointment, you must present an employee ID badge with your photo.

This vaccination location is open to any eligible individuals. There are several other larger locations around the County.

The public can call 211 or their healthcare provider if they have additional questions about the rollout or the vaccine.

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