COVID-19 Vaccination

San Francisco Department of Public Health COVID-19 Vaccination Sites

As of April 15, 2021, San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) is making COVID-19 vaccinations available to everyone 16 and older. San Francisco State University community members may contact their primary healthcare provider to register for the vaccine. 

The Safeway COVID-19 vaccination site on campus at San Francisco State University has temporarily suspended offering first doses of the vaccine. Safeway will continue to administer second doses through May 6. 

A new plan for first-dose appointments on campus is being developed. Check this site for updates.


Vaccination Resources

Free Transportation Information

San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is offering free, roundtrip transportation for people traveling to receive their COVID-19 vaccine.
Anyone traveling to receive their vaccination can ride Muni to and from their appointment for free, regardless of which site they go to. This includes the City’s high-volume vaccination sites, neighborhood vaccine access sites, Department of Public Health clinics, pharmacies offering vaccinations, and vaccination sites outside of San Francisco.
Customers on Muni traveling to and from a COVID-19 vaccination site will need to show their appointment confirmation or vaccine card as proof of payment. Electronic appointment confirmations, such as an email or photo will be accepted.
More information is available on the SFMTA website.