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SLO County COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

SLO County COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

SLO County COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

Walk-ins welcome at Paso Robles and Arroyo Grande Public Health clinics. 
Host a pop-up mobile vaccine clinic for your staff or neighborhood.

Community vaccine clinics in Paso Robles and Arroyo Grande now offer COVID-19 vaccines to those who walk-in. No prior appointment needed! Help us spread the word that it's never been easier to #GettheVax for free through County Public Health. Read the news release and share the poston social media.
Mass Vaccine Clinics Closing June 4
The County of San Luis Obispo plans to demobilize three mass vaccination clinics in Arroyo Grande, Paso Robles, and San Luis Obispo on June 4, 2021. The community clinics have administered over 151,687 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine since December 2020.

Health care providers and pharmacies across SLO County and smaller Public Health clinics will continue to offer the vaccine. Visit to make an appointment or  read our recent news release.
Apply to Host a Free Mobile Vaccine Clinic!
SLO County organizations including neighborhood groups, faith-based organizations, businesses, and/or housing sites can now host their own mobile vaccine clinics. Hosts are required to schedule participants, provide a space for the vaccinations to take place and chairs for the15-minute observation period after getting the vaccine.
Read our recent news release.
Apply Now
Building a Community of Immunity
We need your help to spread the word that COVID-19 vaccines are our best tool to end the pandemic and restore health to SLO County. Here are three easy actions you can take today to be a vaccine champion:
  1. Sign up for the Vaccine Champions newsletter.
  2. Share one of our ready-to-go social media posts about the vaccine.
  3. Share about your vaccine experience on social media and use the hashtag #VaccineChampion!
Join the Movement
Get Your Vaccine Questions Answered
How far in advance should I book an appointment if I want to be fully vaccinated before Summer travel?
Fully vaccinated travelers are less likely to get and spread COVID-19, which which is why we recommend getting fully vaccinated before traveling. You should allow yourself at least 2-6 weeks to before your travels to become fully vaccinated.

In general, people are considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose Pfizer or Moderna series, or 2 weeks after a single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. 

Read more the about the things you can do when you've been fully vaccinated
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I am not sure if I want the vaccine. Where can I find more information to make my decision?

It's okay to have questions about COVID-19 vaccines! The vaccine is new to us all. Here are a few helpful resources to make an informed choice:

  1. Read about the benefits of the vaccines.
  2. Learn more about the leading vaccines so you can choose which vaccine is right for you. 
  3. Visit our vaccine facts page online to get answers. 
Lastly, consider joining community leaders and trusted health professionals from NAACP, CHC, and Dignity Health next Wednesday, May 12, for a virtual discussion about the COVID-19 vaccines. Register here and share the post on social media.
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