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Vaccine Appointments Available in San Luis Obispo for Next Week

Vaccine Appointments Available in San Luis Obispo for Next Week

Vaccine Appointments Available in San Luis Obispo for Next Week

Vaccine Appointments Available in San Luis Obispo for Next Week


Due to limited vaccine supply, the County is temporarily pausing operations at the Paso Robles and Arroyo Grande vaccine clinics next week. All appointments will take place at the Cuesta College location in San Luis Obispo from February 8 to February 12. Residents over 75 may still reserve a first-dose appointment online for next week at the SLO Vaccine Clinic at Cuesta College.   



The County will also be administering second doses of vaccine at the Cuesta College location by appointment only. When it’s time to make your second dose appointment, you will receive a notification from the County. Learn more about second dose appointments here. 



This Week's #VaccineChampions 💪


Pandemics are old news for Templeton resident Joyce Wright, 104, who lived through the H1N1 pandemic of 1918.

Joyce was excited to receive her first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, sharing, "I am so pleased to get this vaccine. I know what vaccines can do. I've been through it before with measles, chickenpox, smallpox, and I know they save lives." 

Thank you, Joyce, for being a #VaccineChampion in our community!

You can watch Joyce read her poem Inoculations below. 


Joyce, 104, shares her poem about the importance of vaccines 



Vaccine Clinic Staff Highlight 🙌


Shout-out to Paso Robles Firefighter and Paramedic Keely Fortune who has been administering vaccine in North County!

Firefighter Fortune stated, "It's great to see people actively protecting themselves by getting this vaccine. For anyone in high risk or immunocompromised groups, this vaccine is an important first step towards improving the health of our community as a whole.”

Thank you for your selfless work in getting SLO County vaccinated so we can #SLOtheSpread! 




Your Questions Answered


How Do I Get my Second Dose of Vaccine?

We will notify you (by email, text message, or phone call) about one month after your first dose with instructions to reserve your second-dose appointment. Because vaccine supply is limited, second-dose appointments may not be available on the exact day that you are eligible. But don't worry; getting your second dose a few weeks later than expected is not detrimental to your health in any way and will not require you to start the series over. Thank you for your patience and understanding while we administer vaccine as quickly and efficiently as possible.


Can I Get a Ride to my Vaccine Appointment?

Ride services are available for eligible residents with appointments who need door-to-door transportation to a vaccination site. Once you have booked your vaccine appointment, you can call RTA Runabout at (805) 541–2544 to schedule a no-cost roundtrip to any of the three vaccine locations. 


Where Does Vaccine Supply Come From? 

Vaccine supply is being administered to SLO County by the State. Each week, our county is notified of how much vaccine we will be receiving the following week. This supply changes on a weekly basis, affecting appointment availability. You can see a graph of our weekly vaccine allocation on our new Vaccine Dashboard.




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