San Francisco To Start COVID-19 Vaccines For Phase 1B February 24

San Francisco is moving to Phase 1B on February 24. This will allow people who work in education, childcare, emergency services, and food and agriculture to get vaccinated.

Mayor Breed said in a statement,

Getting people who live and work in San Francisco vaccinated as quickly as possible is our top priority. We’re moving full speed ahead with setting up our COVID-19 vaccination network in San Francisco and are ready to ramp up as we get more supply. As we keep making progress vaccinating healthcare workers and people 65 and older, we’re looking ahead to the next phase and are making sure we’re ready to vaccinate workers quickly so they can safely be out in the city serving the community.

If you are eligible you can sign up for an appointment here. For more information on San Francisco's plan click here.


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