Every Californian ages 12 and up is now eligible for vaccination.
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.
UCR Health has administered thousands of vaccines and hosts weekly clinics on campus every Friday through June 4 (Moderna 2nd doses only). To schedule an appointment, contact the UCR COVID-19 Hotline at 844-827-6827.
Student Health Services offers COVID-19 vaccine clinics for UCR students every Friday from 1–3:30 p.m. at the Student Health Clinic adjacent to Lot 15. To schedule an appointment, contact the UCR COVID-19 Hotline at 844-827-6827.
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Can I get the vaccine elsewhere?
Employees and students are encouraged to avail themselves of any vaccine that is available to them, whether through county vaccination clinics, personal physicians, or local pharmacies. The university’s supply will be limited.
If I get vaccinated do I still need to wear a face covering and physical distancing when on campus?
Yes. Until further notice all employees, students, contractors, and visitors on campus should continue wearing face coverings, practicing physical distancing, and observing diligent hand hygiene.
Will UCR make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for employees?
The UC Office of the President recently announced a proposed policy that will make vaccination mandatory for UC students and employees. Details about the proposed policy can be found here.
Should I continue to get tested for COVID-19 even after receiving the vaccine?
- Why should I get vaccinated?
Are COVID-19 vaccines safe and do they work?
Please visit the UCR Health COVID-19 FAQs page for detailed information about the effectiveness and safety of the vaccines.
Can I be vaccinated if currently under quarantine or if I recently received another vaccine?
You may not receive a vaccine through UCR Health if you are currently in isolation or quarantine for COVID-19, or if you have received another vaccine (e.g. flu, shingles, etc.) within the last 14 days.
Which vaccine is available at UCR Health?
UCR Health continues to receive a limited supply of Moderna vaccines. It's possible that the university may receive doses of the Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines in the future.
Can family members of employees get vaccinated at UCR?
If you know someone interested in scheduling a vaccination appointment appointment, have them call UCR Health hotline at 844-827-6827, Option 4, then Option 2.
- What can I expect after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine?
How do I provide feedback about the new proposed UC vaccination policy?
UC students or employees can provide feedback via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.