When can I get my vaccine?
The County of San Diego is currently vaccinating individuals 12 and older. Individuals who are 12 to 17 years old are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine. Individuals 18 and older are authorized to receive any of the CDC-recommended vaccines. You do not need to contact your doctor before your appointment unless you have a specific medical question.
How can I get my vaccine?
I'm homebound and can't make it to a COVID-19 vaccine clinic. What should I do?
Sharp Health Plan and our plan medical groups are doing outreach to members who have been identified as homebound (or unable to leave their home due to illness or old age) to ensure that anyone who can't get to a COVID-19 vaccination site is still able to get vaccinated. If you are homebound and your primary care physician or plan medical group has not reached out to you to schedule your COVID-19 vaccination, please contact our Customer Care team so that we can assist you.
How do I replace my lost vaccination card?
Now you can show digital proof of your vaccination. If you were vaccinated in California, go to myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov and enter your info to access it. (We recommend that you use the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, or Safari for the best experience.) You can also request proof of vaccination through the San Diego Immunization Registry (SDIR) by filling out the SDIR form. For more information, please contact SDIR at 1-619-692-5656 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is the vaccine covered under my benefits?
Yes. The vaccine is covered at $0 under your preventive care benefits.
Where can I learn more about the vaccine?
Please visit the county’s website and Sharp HealthCare’s website for up-to-date information about COVID-19 and the vaccine. You can also watch this short video of Dr. Wilma Wooten, the county’s Public Health Officer, answer commonly asked questions about the vaccine.