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COVID-19 Vaccines

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Eligibility for COVID-19 Vaccines

EMPLOYEES

All UC Riverside employees are now eligible to obtain a COVID-19 vaccine under Phase 1B of the State of California’s vaccine allocation guidelines.

Employees are encouraged to receive the vaccine through county vaccination clinics, your healthcare provider, or pharmacies that are serving the education sector. 

UCR continues to receive a limited supply of Moderna vaccines through UCR Health but does not have enough doses to vaccinate all employees at this time. If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment at UCR, contact the COVID-19 Wellness Hotline (844-827-6827).

 

Guidance for employees after they have received the vaccine can be found here.

STUDENTS

UCR Student Health Services is not scheduling or administering COVID-19 vaccines to students at this time. Please check this website and the Student Health Services website for updated information as we progress through the phases of the on-campus vaccination program. 

All UC Riverside students are now eligible to obtain a COVID-19 vaccine under eligibility criteria announced by Riverside County. On Monday, April 5, the county announced that all individuals 16 years old and older who live, work, or study in Riverside County are eligible to be vaccinated at a county site – more than a week ahead of the statewide eligibility date of April 15. 

To find a vaccination clinic in Riverside County, please visit the Riverside County Public Health vaccine information page. 

Vaccination Clinics

To find a vaccination clinic in Riverside County, please visit the Riverside County Public Health vaccine information page.
 
To find a vaccination clinic in San Bernardino County, you can find a list of vaccine clinic locations on the county website.

Visit the Vaccine Finder site for information on vaccine availability in your area.

Vaccine FAQs