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COVID-19 Vaccination Sites, Clinics, and Resources

COVID-19 vaccinations are available at no cost with no appointment necessary for people experiencing homelessness at the locations below. Vaccination offerings will continue until otherwise noted.

View additional flu and COVID-19 clinics.
  • Thursday, November 17 at 10AM-4PM | Highlands Charter School | 1333 Grand Ave. Sacramento 95838 | COVID-19 vaccines/testing and dental clinic (Flyer)
  • Friday, November 18 at 9AM-5PM | St. Paul Baptist Church at 3996 14th Ave., Sacramento 95820 | COVID-19 testing and vaccination clinic. Will have $20 gift cards for people getting tested (Flyer)
  • Monday, November 21 at 10AM-3PM | Liberty Towers at 5134 Elkhorn Blvd. Sacramento 95842 | COVID-19/Flu Vaccines and free food truck (Flyer)

Please continue checking this page for more announcements on COVID-19 vaccination locations and times.



Walk In Vaccination Clinics for the General Public

  • Shifa Clinic | 419 V St. Sacramento, CA 95818 (COVID-19 shots on Sundays)
  • CalExpo Sacramento Curative | 1600 Exposition Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95815
  • FTB Sacramento Clinic | 9646 Butterfield Way Sacramento, CA 95827
  • Safeway Pharmacy | 3320 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95825
  • Save Mart Pharmacy | 4708 Manzanita Ave. Carmichael, CA 95608 (no Pfizer shots)
  • Sutter Walk In Care Midtown | 1360 16th St. Sacramento, CA 95814
  • Sacramento County Public Health is now offering free flu & COVID-19 vaccines at select locations across the county. The vaccination schedule is regularly updated. Download the flyer and see the link for more information.
  • Find out more about countywide COVID-19 vaccine clinics at Sacramento County’s website.

Please continue checking this page for more announcements on COVID-19 vaccination locations and times.


Transportation to and from COVID-19 Vaccination Sites

  • Sacramento Regional Transit (SacRT) is extending its offer of free rides to scheduled vaccine appointments in Sacramento County through December 31, 2021. Find out more here.
  • Lyft has teamed up with United Way and the 211 network to provide direct access to free, essential transportation and free delivery of groceries and other services during the COVID-19 crisis. In many major cities, anyone in need of transportation access can dial 2-1-1 for a free ride. Learn more here and here.
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