While the COVID-19 vaccine is not available in San Diego County, accidental scheduling issues, missed appointments, and other factors leave a number of doses available at some vaccination sites.
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February 16: Sharp HealthCare has opened 2,000 places for appointments at countywide vaccine stations. Appointments are available to San Diego County residents 65 and over, and health care workers. Locations include: Grossmont Center Vaccination Super Station, Chula Vista Vaccination Super Station, and a community site in Coronado. Discover all locations’ hours and availability here.
February 15: San Diego Fire-Rescue says there Appointments available this week In two of their vaccination sites. Those aged 65 or over can make appointments From Tuesday to Thursday via the SDFD portal here. On Tuesday, the SDFD said it may extend appointments to Friday as well, if there is still availability.
When you finally get your COVID-19 vaccine, you might be tempted to celebrate by posting a picture from your vaccine card on social media. Resist this urge. LX Host Nik Z spoke with Sandra Guile of the International Association of Best Business Offices about how this can make you vulnerable to identity theft and other scams.