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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

We know many people have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and when they will be able to receive it. Here is some information to help answer your questions.

Can members of the public get vaccinated at San Ramon Regional Medical Center?
No. The initial distribution of vaccines that we receive is dedicated to immunizing our healthcare workers.

Why can’t the public get vaccinated at San Ramon Regional Medical Center?
The specific categories and phases of immunization are set by federal and local governments. Their initial priority is for hospitals to use their allotment of the vaccine to immunize healthcare workers.

When will the vaccines become available to the general public?
According to the CDC, initially there will not be enough doses of the vaccine available for all adults. Supplies will increase over time, and all adults should be able to get vaccinated later in 2021. The goal is for everyone to be able to easily get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as large quantities are available.

Where will the general public be able to get vaccinated?
Currently, vaccines for the general public will be available with government contracted third party providers such as retail pharmacies like CVS and Walgreens.

I’m over 65 and/or I have a pre-existing condition. When and where can I get the vaccine?
You should call your healthcare provider, go to the CDC website (, or call your county health department for more information about vaccine availability.

For the latest information on COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Phases and how you can book an appointment for your vaccine when your group is eligible, please visit your county health department website:

Contra Costa Health Services

Alameda County Public Health Department