If you have a group of 5-12 people who need vaccines, SF will send a team to wherever you are in the city.
Since February, San Francisco’s Mobile Vaccine Unit has been hard at work bringing over 6,000 vaccines to city events, homebound individuals, people in special housing situations, and more. Now, they can be summoned to your home, work, or anywhere else to vaccinate groups of 5-12 people. This new ‘Vax to You’ program kicked off yesterday.
People can make appointments with the Mobile Vaccine Unit by calling 628-652-2700, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org; or by going to sf.gov/vaxtoyou. They will be operating Tuesday through Saturday and have Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson available. If you can get a group of 5-12 friends, family members, or coworkers together to get vaccinated somewhere in San Francisco, you’re eligible for the service.
Today we launched “Vax to You!” If you have 5-12 people who are ready to get vaccinated, we’ll bring our teams to you to get it done, whether that’s your home, office, or anywhere else in San Francisco.
— London Breed (@LondonBreed) August 3, 2021
“Our COVID response continues to lead with equity by removing barriers and ensuring everyone has easy access to this life saving vaccine,” said Mayor Breed. “We currently have a broad network of vaccine availability throughout San Francisco for drop-ins, appointments, and mobile teams that will bring the vaccine to our most vulnerable residents, especially those who are homebound. Now, we can provide a mobile unit to go right to your door when you gather a few friends, family members or coworkers.”
As the dangerous delta variant continues to spread, counties around the state are stepping up their vaccination campaigns and tightening restrictions. Yesterday, 8 Bay Area counties reinstated their indoor mask mandate; and hundreds of San Francisco bars have begun requiring proof of vaccination to enter.
If you have yet to get a digital version of your vaccine card, here’s how to do it.
Vax up, mask up, and stay safe, SF!
Featured image: @LondonBreed via Twitter