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Posted on: February 15, 2021

2/17/2021 - Additional vaccine clinics Feb. 18-19 for residents 65+ and eligible healthcare workers

San Mateo County announced additional vaccine clinics for residents 65+ and eligible healthcare workers. Residents must register in advance and bring a photo ID showing date of birth (and proof of health care worker eligibility status). No walk-up or on-site registration is available, and persons not meeting the eligibility criteria will have their appointments canceled and be turned away. For more information visit

The webpage can be translated via google to Chinese, Filipino, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and more. The support phone number listed below offers translation but wait times can be long. 


  • 65 years or older and San Mateo County resident OR
  • Healthcare worker (18 years or older) that lives or works in San Mateo County, with proof of employment (work ID, paystub, or invitation from County Health indicating they are a community COVID-19 testing staff/volunteers, that confirms their eligibility). This includes those working for County In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) (must show proof of IHSS credentials), OR
  • A family member with a letter from the California Regional Center or medical documentation verifying the qualifying condition of a household member who has an intellectual or developmental disability. 

Thursday, Feb. 18, at the San San Mateo County Event Center
1346 Saratoga Drive, San Mateo, CA

Friday, Feb. 19, at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) – Long Term Parking Garage
806 S. Airport Boulevard, San Francisco, CA 

Register online using the links above and get scheduling support via email or call 650-263-1867, if needed.

Additional information

  • This will be a drive-thru vaccine clinic. No walk-up vaccination will be available ? 
  • Vehicles cannot be larger than 6 ft 8 inches tall
  • Bring photo ID with date of birth (for 65 ) 
  • Wear clothes with sleeves that can be rolled up? 
  • You will need to wait a minimum of 15 mins for observation after vaccination before leaving 

We know information about the vaccine, including where and when it is available, is changing rapidly. If you cannot attend one of these events, more opportunities will be available in the future. Please visit the San Mateo County Health website for the most up to date vaccine information and sign up for the San Mateo County vaccine notification tool. Eligible people who sign up using the tool will be notified about upcoming vaccination clinics.

Contact: Public Engagement Manager Clay Curtin
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