More Vaccination Locations Opening in San Diego County

San Diego County has announced plans to open its 5th "Vaccination Super Station" on Monday as officials say they are working to increase supplies of vaccines.

The new vaccination location will operate at UC San Diego, and initially be vaccinating university employees and those in the U-C San Diego health care system. The county has opened four vaccination super stations and operates 15 smaller community points of dispensing, or PODs. While combined they have the capacity to vaccinate 20,000 people daily, the County doesn’t have access to that many daily doses yet to be able vaccinate everyone who wants one.

Some doctors, pharmacies, community clinics and other health care providers also have begun to offer vaccinations and more are expected to do so as early as next week for those initially in the first phase which includes health care workers and anyone 65 and older.

The county says the number of San Diegans wanting to be vaccinated against the virus significantly exceeds the total doses that have been shipped to the region to date. County health officials are urging San Diegans to be patient and get vaccinated when it’s their turn.

All County vaccination super stations and PODs require appointments and can be made at

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