COVID-19 VaccinesAt this time, the Health Department offers free COVID-19 vaccines to individuals 19 and older without health insurance or who are underinsured at various locations in Long Beach through the CDC's Bridge Access Program. Insured residents are encouraged to obtain vaccine through their healthcare providers or local pharmacies.
Bridge Access ProgramThe Bridge Access Program provides no-cost COVID-19 vaccines to adults without health insurance and adults whose insurance does not cover all COVID-19 vaccine costs. No-cost COVID-19 vaccines through this program will be available until December 31, 2024.
Have insurance? Here are locations in the City of Long Beach Offering COVID-19 Vaccine:
- Pharmacy Scheduler (vons.com)
- Pharmacy Scheduler (pavilions.com)
- Pharmacy Scheduler (albertsons.com)
Updated Vaccine Clinic Schedule:
Beginning Thursday, September 21, City-run vaccination clinics will only offer the monovalent vaccines as the Food and Drug Administration has deauthorized bivalent vaccines. Novavax offered upon request to those eligible, while supplies last.
Schedule for Ages 6 Months and Older:
Date & Time
Main Health Department
By appointment only
Minors must have a signed consent form:
- Individuals under 18 years of age must obtain signed consent from their parent or guardian prior to vaccination
- Consent can be given when making an appointment on My Turn, or you may print, sign and bring this consent form with you. (English, Spanish, Tagalog)
Documents to bring with you
Bring proof of COVID-19 Vaccination:
- Those scheduling their second, third or booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine must bring the original vaccination record card given to them with their first dose.
Mobile vaccination is a free service offered on weekdays to only Long Beach residents who are not able to travel to one of the City's COVID-19 vaccination sites, such as persons who are not able to leave their home, persons with disabilities, access or functional needs, those in skilled nursing, elder care, sober living and in other long-term care facilities.
Those who are able to access the COVID-19 vaccine through their primary care provider or at an ongoing vaccination site should continue to do so.
To request a mobile vaccine for persons with disabilities, access or functional needs, or those who with underlying health conditions, please complete one of the forms below.
To request a mobile vaccine for a community based organization or for a facility such as skilled nursing, elder care, sober living and other long-term care facilities, please complete this form.
- Community based organizations please review the Mobile Request FAQ for more details on the requesting process.
After receiving your vaccine, CDC encourages everyone to register for V-Safe to notify the CDC of any side effects after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. You will also get reminders for second vaccine doses. V-Safe cannot schedule vaccine appointments, but it is a great way to communicate with the CDC and add to the pool of information around vaccine efficacy and safety.
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