San Francisco homeowners can now register to get notified when its their turn for the COVID-19 vaccine.The city launched a new notification system late Tuesday early morning to sign up to get an e-mail or text if you live or work in San Francisco.
You can discover more information about the new system and accessibility of vaccines at an 11 a.m. press briefing streamed live on YouTube.
It might be weeks or months before youre eligible.
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Vaccine efforts are presently focusing on healthcare workers and those 65 and above. As these groups get immunized, counties and health care providers will move onto other groups.
Sutter Health has set up a vaccine resource page with online bookings and a telephone number for making appointments. Sutter Health said its presently immunizing health care workers and those age 75 and over.
San Franciscos new alert system is part of a vaccine effort announced by S.F. Mayor London Breed on Friday. The mayor stated the city is opening three high-volume vaccination sites at City College, the SF Market in the Bayview and the Moscone Center in addition to pop-up vaccine websites and mobile teams to administer shots. But the city does not prepare to make a big push to set up websites up until more vaccines are available.
SFGATE reporter Eric Ting contributed to this story..
Kaiser clients can get vaccine updates here.
San Francisco released a brand-new alert system on Jan. 19, 2021, that will alert you when its your rely on get the vaccineCity of San Francisco
UCSF is publishing vaccine updates for its clients here.
. @SF_DPH is calling and immunizing people 65 and over who in the SF Health network, like Barbara Topps, who just got her first dosage at one of our neighborhood clinics.Starting Tuesday, sign up to get notified when youre qualified to get vaccinated: https://t.co/KPyvOePvrY pic.twitter.com/f3M2iWf6nm— London Breed (@LondonBreed) January 16, 2021
Those with insurance coverage ought to call their healthcare providers for details on the vaccine availability.
Editors note: This story was upgraded on Jan. 19, 2021, at 10 a.m. after the city of San Francisco revealed the link to sign up for the alert system will be available later Tuesday. This story was upgraded once again at 11 a.m. when the city posted the registration link..
Kaiser posted an online form to make an e-visit for healthcare workers seeking the vaccine. The health care service provider stated it will call those age 75 and older to make consultations as vaccine supply becomes offered. Kaiser clients can get vaccine updates here.
” We require more dosages, we are requesting more doses,” Breed stated at the virtual press briefing. “We can increase the minute we have these vaccines.”
California counties have last say on who gets the vaccine but the state has a prioritization plan that suggests who ought to get inoculated initially. Counties can only distribute vaccines as quick as the state enables, as state authorities figure out how many vaccines each jurisdiction must get based upon population and need.
San Franciscos new alert system is part of a vaccine effort announced by S.F. Mayor London Breed on Friday. The mayor said the city is opening three high-volume vaccination websites at City College, the SF Market in the Bayview and the Moscone Center as well as pop-up vaccine websites and mobile groups to administer shots. The city does not prepare to make a big push to set up websites till more vaccines are available.
Breed approximates that the city will be able to administer 10,000 vaccines per day once the plan is completely carried out, however extra doses from the state are needed.