The city of Long Beach is now hosting evening vaccines at Long Beach City College’s Pacific Coast Hwy Campus during weeknights.
The vaccination clinic is open from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Monday to Friday. The vaccine clinic is located in Parking Lot One, which is near the the corner of Orange Avenue and Pacific Coast Highway.
The clinic shall provide approximately 300 people with vaccines per day. The clinic is providing the two-dose Pfizer and Moderna vaccines along with the single-dose Janssen/Johnson and Johnson.
If by chance there are not enough vaccines available at the clinic you visit, residents will be provided with information on alternative mobile vaccination clinics or offered a future appointment for a vaccine.
Residents aged under 18, must have a parent or guardian that is present at the vaccine site in order to receive a vaccine dose. Residents 12 years of age and older are now eligible to receive vaccines in Long Beach. While appointments are not required, those who prefer to schedule a vaccination appointment ahead of time, may visit MyTurn.gov, the State’s online COVID-19 vaccine notification and appointment system, or call 833.422.4255.
All vaccines are administered free of charge and have been provided directly by the federal government.
By: Dawn Perkins