Where Are The Covid-19 Vaccines Being Offered
As of 5:30 a-m on Thurs March 18th 2021
Covid-19 vaccination appts available.
Go to www.rivcoph.org/covid-19-vaccine to find appts and reserve a spot.
There are some appts available to get the Moderna vaccine at the Riverside County Fairgrounds in Indio on Weds March 24th, Thurs March 25th and Fri March 26th.
There are NO appts being offered at this time at the Palm Springs Convention Center.
There are NO appts being offered at this time at the Riverside Convention Center.
All three locations are being run by Curative, under contract with the Riverside County Public Health Dept.
Riverside University Health System is offering vaccine appts to get the Moderna vaccine at the Indio Clinic at 47-923 Oasis Street from Monday March 22nd through Saturday March 27th and again on Wednesday April 14th.
Riverside County Public Health Department is offering vaccine appts at the Moreno Valley Mall on Friday March 19th, and at San Gorgonio Middle School in Beaumont on Thurs March 18th.
There are NO appts available at Tahquitz High School in Hemet.
OptumServe, under contract with Riverside County, is operating the vaccination clinic at the Carl May Community Center in Desert Hot Springs. But when you click on that link, you are sent to California’s My Turn website, and then you have to click on a link to other vaccination sites, which sends you to the Borrego Health website. From there you are asked to link your computer with your Android device via Google Chrome, and if you are not up to speed on how to do that, even finding out if there are any appts available, can be daunting.
You can get a vaccination at some CVS drug stores.
Find appts and reserve one at www.cvs.com
FILE – In this Jan. 21, 2021, file photo a medical staff member prepares the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at Tudor Ranch in Mecca, Calif. Health insurance giant Blue Shield of California will be the outside administrator tasked with ramping up the state’s coronavirus vaccine delivery system, which to date has been slow, stilted and plagued by confusion, the state health agency said in a statement Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)