San Diego County Opens Vaccination Super Station for Health Care Workers


San Diego County's new COVID-19 "Vaccination Super Station" opens Monday to get more front line health care workers vaccinated.

The county is partnering with U-C San Diego Health, the Padres and the City of San Diego to open the County’s first COVID-19Vaccination Super Station.

The new program is aimed quickly and safely vaccinating the 500,000 health care workers in the region eligible for the state of California’s vaccine priority list. The County had previously established four small pods across the region that were administering hundreds of vaccines to health care workers daily that will continue to operate, but the Vaccination Super Station enables up to 5,000 doses per day of vaccines to be administered to health care workers.

As of Monday, January 11, 2021, the Vaccination Super Station, located at the Padres Tailgate Lot near Petco Park is operating from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week for healthcare workers that qualify. Vaccines will only be administered to healthcare workers who have made an appointment online www.VaccinationSuperStationSD.com. Health care workers will be required to present proof they are a health care worker when they arrive onsite. Health care workers will be able to stay in their vehicle to receive the vaccine shot and will remain onsite for 15-minutes to be monitored, once cleared, they can drive away.

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