Get vaccinated against COVID-19, flu, and RSV

Get the updated 2023–2024 COVID-19 and flu vaccines. Find out about the RSV vaccine.

What to do

Find where to get COVID-19 and flu vaccines

If you have insurance:

  • Ask your healthcare provider for both vaccines.
  • If they do not have vaccines available, click the button below to find a vaccine location.
  • Vaccines are covered if you get them at places that take your insurance.

If you do not have insurance:

  • Get a free COVID-19 vaccine at a pharmacy by clicking the button below.
  • You can also get COVID-19 and flu vaccines at a free vaccine location for people without insurance:

Ask your provider if you should get vaccinated against RSV

A new vaccine came out in 2023 that protects against RSV. RSV is another virus that causes illness similar to a cold. But babies and older adults can sometimes become very sick from RSV and need to be hospitalized.

Because of this, the RSV vaccine is recommended for certain groups:

  • Older adults
    • People age 60 years or older should ask their provider if the vaccine is right for them.
  • Pregnant people
    • All pregnant people should get the vaccine at 32-36 weeks to give their baby immunity against RSV.

For convenience, you can get vaccines for COVID-19, flu, and RSV all in one visit.

Special cases

Get vaccinated if you cannot leave your home

Get vaccinated if you cannot leave your home

SFDPH has limited capacity to vaccinate individuals in their homes. Ask your health care provider about getting it at your next health care visit, or if they can do it at your home.

If your health care provider cannot do it, call 628-652-2700 or email with your name and phone number. We will contact you about scheduling a vaccine appointment in your home.

Get help

Scheduling assistance

If you need help scheduling a vaccine appointment at a neighborhood site, call My Turn at 833-422-4255.

Last updated February 15, 2024