San Diego Businesses Can Now Sign Up to Host Pop-Up Vaccine Sites
San Diego County leaders unveiled a new program Friday that will allow local establishments to host pop-up COVID-19 vaccine sites to make it more convenient for workers to get their shots.
Several businesses have already signed up to participate in the program, San Diego Regional Chamber President Jerry Sanders said in a news conference for the announcement. Signing up for the opportunity is simple and can be done online.
“If you are an entity, whether you are business, a chamber of commerce or a religious institution, but you want to host a vaccine event, we now have the availability for you to apply to do that at coronavirus-sd.com/vaccine,” San Diego County Board of Supervisors Chair Nathan Fletcher explained. “All you have to do is go to that website, click on the ‘host a vaccination event’ button, fill out the form and one of our team members will contact you to schedule a mobile vaccination team that will come to you.”
The program was created to “make it more convenient to vaccinate employees” as the region works on administering as many vaccines as possible, a statement from Fletcher’s office said. READ MORE