Vaccine Super Station at Petco Park

COVID-19 Drive-Thru Vaccination clinic has capacity to vaccinate 5,000+ San Diego health care workers daily. It’s an exciting collaboration with the University of California San Diego (UCSD) the city of San Diego, and the San Diego Padres, who also provided wifi and event staff.

Open every day, 7am to 7pm, currently only serving the approximately half a million health care workers eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine (all Phase 1A Tiers). It is exciting and encouraging to have such infrastructure in place as the vaccination rollout expands.

San Diego Vaccination Super Station at Petco Park

Health care workers needing a vaccine can find more information and schedule the required appointment here. ID and proof of healthcare worker status required.

There are 42 tents set up in the San Diego Padres Tailgate Lot, bordered by Imperial Avenue, 13th Avenue and K Street, encompassing 280,000 square feet — one of the largest superstation vaccination distribution centers in the United States. Those awaiting vaccine can remain in their cars the entire time.

Let’s go San Diego!

24-hour Coronavirus vaccination sites are opening up in New York as well as Los Angeles Dodgers stadium, CalExpo fairgrounds in Sacramento and now Disneyland.

Read more:
- Just got Moderna vaccine at Petco Park (from Reddit)
- The latest on COVID-19 / Coronavirus from UCSD
- San Diego County Dashboard

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