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Anaheim provides easy access to vaccines at City Hall, Brookhurst Community Center, East Anaheim Gymnasium and through clinics in our neighborhoods.

The Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are available to those 18 years and older
The Pfizer vaccine is available to those 12 years and older. Kids 12 to 17 must have a parent or guardian and proof of eligible age. Modified doses for kids 5 to 11 are coming soon.Holiday hours

  • Brookhurst Community Center, Monday, Wednesday and Friday
    • Monday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    • Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    • Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    • 2271 Crescent Ave.
    • Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson
    • Sign up through California's My Turn, put in 92804 ZIP code and look for Brookhurst Community Center
  • Anaheim City Hall, Monday through Friday
    • Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    • Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson
    • Sign up through California's My Turn, put in 92805 ZIP code and look for Anaheim City Hall
  • East Anaheim Gymnasium, Tuesday and Thursday
    • Tuesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
    • 8165 E. Santa Ana Canyon Road
    • Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson
    • Sign up through California's My Turn, put in 92808 ZIP code and look for East Anaheim Gymnasium

If you you or a loved one has been waiting to get their shot, now is the time. Please encourage everyone in your community to get vaccinated so we can keep Anaheim safe, slow the spread of the virus and get back to normal life.

Need a ride or can't leave your house? You can request a ride to a vaccine site or an in-home appointment at Myturn.ca.gov.



Ofrecemos las vacunas gratuitas en el Ayuntamiento, el Centro Comunitario Brookhurst, el Gimnasio East Anaheim y a través de clínicas en nuestros vecindarios.

Las vacunas Moderna y Johnson & Johnson están disponibles para personas mayores de 18 años. La vacuna Pfizer está disponible para personas mayores de 12 años.

Los niños de 12-17 años deben tener un padre o tutor legal que los acompañe para recibir la vacuna, prueba de la fecha de nacimiento también requerida.

Aquí hay una lista de las próximas clínicas del vecindario:

  • Brookhurst Community Center, Lunes
    • Los lunes de 10 a.m. a 7 p.m.
    • 2271 Crescent Ave. 
    • Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson
    • Regístrese a través de My Turn, busque el Brookhurst Community Center
  • Brookhurst Community Center, Martes a Viernes
    • Los martes a viernes de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m.
    • 2271 Crescent Ave. 
    • Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson
    • Regístrese a través de My Turn, busque el Brookhurst Community Center
  • Ayuntamiento de Anaheim, Diaria
  • Lunes a Viernes, de 7 a.m. a 7 p.m.
  • Sabado y Domingo, de 8 a.m. a 4 p.m.
  • La vacuna Moderna, y otras próximamente
  • Regístrese a través de My Turn, busque el Anaheim City Hall
  • East Anaheim Gymnasium, Monday through Friday
    • Lunes a Viernes, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
    • 8165 E. Santa Ana Canyon Road
    • Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson
    • Regístrese a través de My Turn, busque el East Anaheim Gymnasium

Si tiene un ser querido o amigo que ha estado esperando recibir su vacuna, ahora es el momento. Anime a todos en su comunidad a vacunarse para que podamos mantener Anaheim segura, detener la propagación del virus y volver a la vida normal.

¿Necesita transporte o no puede salir de la casa? Puede solicitar trasporte a un sitio de vacunación o una cita en el hogar en Myturn.ca.gov.

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why should i get vaccinated

Fight Spread

Anaheim and Orange County are seeing a decline in cases following a summer surge led by the delta variant. The surge was largely driven by those who were unvaccinated.

Case rates among the vaccinated are significantly lower with severe illness, hospitalization and death extremely rare. Getting vaccinated is the best way to help slow down the spread of the virus and move beyond the coronavirus pandemic.

More freedom and protection for you and your family

Once fully vaccinated, you have greater protection against contracting a serious case of COVID-19, hospitalization and death.

Being "fully vaccinated" means that you are two weeks after your second dose of Pfizer or Moderna, or two weeks after your only dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

In many areas of the state and the nation, there are greater freedoms for those who can show proof of vaccination, and greater restrictions and testing burdens on those who are unvaccinated. Travel to many countries is also restricted, or more difficult, for those who have not been fully vaccinated.

Getting vaccinated means getting back to normal and putting COVID-19 behind us.

Vaccines are safe and they work

Millions of vaccines have been administered in California, including into the arms of more than half of Orange County's population.

There have been little to no major adverse reactions, and we've seen the positive effect the vaccines have in bringing down case rates and slowing transmission. 

There's a lot of talk and even misinformation surrounding COVID-19 vaccines. But rest assured: Vaccines are safe.

The vaccine does not contain the virus. It will not give you COVID-19.

The vaccine contains the biological blueprint to create a harmless protein associated with coronavirus, which then helps your body learn how to fight the virus.

The vaccines have been carefully evaluated in clinical trials.

It's essential that everyone get vaccinated when they are able so we can put this pandemic behind us. Vaccines are our ticket out of this crisis for good.

Learn more about how the vaccine works here.

Read federal updates and news on the vaccines here.

boosters and third doses

Booster shots

Booster shots are now authorized for anyone 16 and older by the federal Centers for Disease Control, Food and Drug Administration and the California Department of Public Health for Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.

Those who received Pfizer (age 16+) or Moderna (age 18+) can get a booster shot six months after their second dose.

For the Johnson & Johnson shot, anyone 18 or older who received an initial dose of the vaccine can get a second dose after two months.

Booster shots are available, or will soon be available, at any location that currently offers vaccinations. Find an appointment at MyTurn.ca.gov.

Federal and state review panels have also said that mixing and matching vaccine brands for a booster dose is acceptable.

Third doses

A third dose of Modern and Pfizer vaccines are authorized for those with compromised immune systems. This is different than a booster dose, as it is meant to ensure greater immunity among those for whom two doses is insufficient.

Third doses can be received 28 days after the second dose.

Those who are considered immunocompromised include people who have:

  • Been receiving active cancer treatment for tumors or cancers of the blood
  • Received an organ transplant and are taking medicine to suppress the immune system
  • Received a stem cell transplant within the last 2 years or are taking medicine to suppress the immune system
  • Moderate or severe primary immunodeficiency (such as DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome)
  • Advanced or untreated HIV infection
  • Active treatment with high-dose corticosteroids or other drugs that may suppress your immune response

Read more on boosters and third doses here.

vaccines for kids

Pediatric vaccines for kids 5-11

A smaller dose of the Pfizer vaccine has been authorized by the federal Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and the California Department of Public Health for kids ages 5-11.

Most kids will be able to get the shot at their pediatrician's office, but the vaccine will also be available at pharmacies, clinics and other sites currently offering COVID-19 vaccines to adults.

Read more on the CDC ruling here.

If you have additional questions, it's best to contact a trusted source such as your family doctor.

Kids age 12-18 are already authorized to receive the full dose of the Pfizer vaccine, and those 16 and up are authorized for the Moderna shot. Appointments are available at Myturn.ca.gov.

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Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record

All vaccinated individuals are encouraged to keep their paper CDC immunization card in a safe and secure place for their records.

In addition, California has launched an online digital vaccine record tool where vaccinated people can submit their name, phone number and birthday and receive a QR code that shows their vaccination record.

Go to Myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov  to get your free vaccine record.

Find more information, including frequently asked questions, here. Can't find the answer you need? Call (833) 422-4255

Stop Vaccine Scams

Unfortunately there have been reports of vaccine-related scams in the community.

If you suspect a scam or unauthorized sale of the vaccine, please call the county at (714) 834-3482 or email reportascam@da.ocgov.com.  

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