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SF’s Moscone Center Resumes COVID Vaccines on Feb. 25
Posted By kcubas on February 26, 2021
The mass vaccination center reopens after a 2-week closure caused by temporary vaccine shortage
After a two week closure due to a limited supply of COVID-19 vaccines, Moscone Center is reopening for vaccinations beginning Thursday, February 25, 2021.
The mass vaccination center was only open 10 days before it had to close due to a vaccine supply shortage.
Moscone Center Mass Vaccination Center
Moscone Center is a high-volume site open to eligible people who live or work in San Francisco.
Frontline healthcare workers and people 65 and over are eligible to book an appointment. You do not need insurance to book an appointment. Healthcare workers will need to bring photo identification that proves current employment.
Normally operating 7 days a week, 8 am to 6 pm, but will pause until February 25, for more vaccine supply to become available.
Book an appointment at Moscone Center South. You will need to confirm your location and eligibility before seeing availability. If there is no availability, keep checking.