FREE 1st Dose Vaccine for 65+ SMC Residents this Fri/ Sat – LIMITED SUPPLY REGISTER NOW!

South San Francisco, CA   February 25, 2021  Press Release

Appointments are available for a first-dose vaccination clinic in Daly City of Friday, February 26.  Participants must be San Mateo County residents aged 65 or older.

The vaccine is free and available to eligible residents, regardless of health care provider or insurance coverage.  You do not need to have health insurance in order to be vaccinated.

Residents must register in advance and must bring a photo ID showing date of birth.  Persons not meeting the eligibility criteria will have their appointments cancelled and be turned away.

The Moderna vaccine is provided by San Mateo County Health.


Jefferson High School, 6996 Mission Street, Daly City, CA  94014

Friday, Feb. 26th from 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Click here to register for Friday appointments.
Saturday, Feb. 27th from 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Click here to register for Saturday appointments.
Phone Support: (855) 330-3763


Location: Jefferson High School

6996 Mission St, Daly City, CA 94014


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Renato Asuncion
Renato Asuncion
3 years ago

I need to get a vaccine. I am always late and slots are full. If you could schedule me as an exception for Saturday. Thanks

mel perry
mel perry
3 years ago

SMC undoubtably has the WORST run or organized vaccination program in
the state, case in point, the “free” walk
in clinics in daly city this weekend, bare
in mind, that this is the first walkin
clinic so far, after numerous well
publicized drive thru clinics, the first
thing that you are told is that they are
not doing first stage vaccinations, and
if you need your first shot, you have to
travel to LOS BANOS, which according
to the operator is in SMC, one gets the
idea that the county is operating these
programs on a “for profit” basis
contracting these programs to “for profit” entites, just for publicity purposes, one wonders how many seniors and disabled citizens passed
away, just because they couldn’t drive,
or had access to transportation, but
then that would be negative publicity,
REMEMBER, you get what you voted for