COVID-19 Vaccine

UCSD Vaccine Van

The UCSD Vaccination Van is open to community, staff, families and students. Anyone over age 18 can walk in for vaccination. Students younger than 18 will need to have a parent or guardian present.

*Students of the hosting school may get vaccination at school site without parent present if UCSD consent form is completed: English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Somali, Tagalog, Arabic, and Swahili.

No scheduled opportunities at this time.

Sharp Pop-Up Vaccine Clinics

The Sharp Pop-Up Vaccine Clinics are open to community, staff, families and students. Anyone over age 18 can schedule an appointment or walk in. Appointments are encouraged but not mandatory. For appointments, go to myturn.ca.gov, no access code needed.

Sharp will vaccinate anyone 5 years of age and older at the onsite clinics. Students who are over the age of 11 and attend the hosting school may be vaccinated without a parent present if they have a signed consent form. Students 18 and younger from visiting schools and all students 11 and younger must have a parent present to get vaccinated. Consent forms: English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Somali, Tagalog, Arabic, and Swahili.

Pfizer pediatric doses for children 5-11, Pfizer for 12+, Pfizer first- and second-doses as well as booster shots will all be available.

No scheduled opportunities at this time.

Color Health Vaccine Clinics

Color Health vaccine clinics are open to our school communities offering Pfizer vaccines for adults and children 5+ -- 1st dose, 2nd dose and boosters available. Flu vaccines are also available on the second visit date. Appointments are not required but are highly recommended.

Parents/guardians do not need to be present if consent has been provided. Consent is provided on the website when creating an appointment. Unique website URLs are provided on the flyers for each school clinic. Click on the images below.

No scheduled opportunities at this time.

School Based Health Centers

Seven School-Based Health Centers throughout the district offer vaccines by appointment only. Please call the health center directly for more information and to make an appointment.

COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

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Is there a student vaccine mandate?

On Tuesday, May 24, the Board of Education approved an amendment to postpone the District’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for students and align with the State to implement the mandate no sooner than July 2023.


This means there will be no requirement for COVID-19 vaccination for any student group to participate in summer school, extracurricular programs (including athletics), or in-person instruction during the 2022-2023 school year.

San Diego Unified expects that by postponing the implementation of the student vaccine mandate, additional age groups will receive full FDA approval, allowing the mandate to apply to a broader school-wide age range when implemented. We are also hopeful that newer versions of the vaccine may become available, providing better protection against current strains of the virus.

What is the vaccine requirement for staff?

On September 28, 2021 the Board of Education Trustees voted unanimously to require all District employees, partners, contractors and other adults who work directly with students and district employees on district property to be fully-vaccinated on or before December 20, 2021. Details of this Board presentation can be found here. Fully vaccinated means having received the two-dose series of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Booster shots are not required, but are highly recommended.

The health and safety of our students and employees is paramount, therefore, this mandate is a condition of employment for employees; the District may take disciplinary action, up to and including termination for employees who do not comply with this mandate.

New employees will also be required to show proof of vaccination.


More Information

For more information regarding COVID-19 policies, the status of COVID-19 in the district, COVID-19 testing and more, please visit the COVID-19 Information Page.