View our COVID-19 Vaccination Site Map to find out where you can get vaccinated in Irvine.
The following list comprises the options to receive your COVID-19 vaccine in Orange County, Irvine, and our surrounding areas. This page will be updated as more options become known to the City of Irvine. Visit vaccines.gov or vaccinateall58.com to find vaccines near you. Please pay attention to which website portal to use for registration purposes, as certain sites use particular registration and scheduling systems. A shareable vaccination resources flier for seniors is available in English, Farsi, Korean, Mandarin, and Spanish.
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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have authorized and recommended the first COVID-19 vaccines for kids younger than 5. Parents can schedule appointments at places such as their pediatricians’ offices, children’s hospitals, and pharmacies. Appointments are ramping up as more doses are shipped out, and every parent who wants a vaccine will be able to get one. Vaccines.gov is now live with vaccine availability and appointments increasing throughout the week.
Additionally, the CDC continues to recommend everyone ages 5 and older get a COVID-19 vaccine to help protect against COVID-19. Please visit the CDC's website to learn more about which vaccine is available for children and for assistance locating a vaccine.
There are no planned vaccination clinics in Irvine at this time.
COVID-19 Third Vaccine Dose:
There are now booster recommendations for all three available COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S. According to the CDC, the following people should get booster shots:
- People 65 years and older, 50–64 years with underlying medical conditions, or 18 years and older who live in long-term care settings should receive a booster shot.
- Anyone who initially received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine should receive an mRNA booster shot at least 5 months after completing their primary series.
- If you initially received the Moderna vaccine, get your booster shot at least 6 months after completing your primary series.
- People 18 years and older should receive a booster shot at least 2 months after receiving their Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine.
Please visit the CDC's website to learn more about if you are eligible and which booster shot you should receive.
The OC Health Care Agency (HCA) has launched a new feature on the Othena platform that will streamline the process for any and all interested individuals, groups, employers and businesses to request an on-site, mobile COVID-19 vaccination service.
To begin the application process, individuals can visit the “Mobile Vaccine Service” section of the Othena.com website or smartphone app and provide the following intake details:
• Name of the organization or group
• Primary point of contact
• Estimated number of patients at event (at least 50 preferred)
• Ability to register patients ahead of time
• Ability to supply a climate-controlled location
• Preferred day(s) of the week
Once the application has been submitted, the HCA will assign a dedicated Community Liaison to work directly with the primary point of contact to engage in a collaborative planning process.
Additionally, the Othena Community Outreach feature enables community members who are homebound and meet specific criteria (or their caretakers) to schedule at-home vaccinations. To learn more, please visit Othena.com or call the OC COVID-19 Hotline at 714 834-2000.
Visit each website above to learn how to register and schedule a vaccination appointment.
- A list of specific stores is available at cvs.com. Anyone without internet access can call customer service at 800-746-7287.
2. Rite Aid
- Rite Aid is receiving vaccine allocations from the federal government for pharmacies in California. Visit Rite Aid's website for more information and to register for a vaccine, or call 800-748-3243.
- Walgreens offers an online scheduling and eligibility program to register for appointments. For more information visit Walgreen's website, or call 800-925-4733.
- Ralphs offers vaccine appointments. Visit ralphs.come/rx/COVID-eiligibility to make an appointment
- Costco pharmacies offers the COVID-19 vaccine. Visit their website for more information.
- You can access the COVID-19 vaccine at Albertsons, Pavilions, Safeway and Vons locations.
- Visit walmart.com/cp/1228302 for information about the COVID-19 vaccine.
- The COVID-19 vaccine is available at select Health Mart Pharmacies. Visit healthmartcovidvaccine.com for more information.
- Vaccine Clinic at Irvine Spectrum Center
- McDonald's Restaurants Vaccine Sites
Parental consent is required and you must be accompanied by an parent or guardian to receive the vaccine if you are under the age of 18. The Pfizer vaccine is only for those age 12 or older, and the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine is only for those age 18 and older.
Individuals who live or work in Orange County, CA can register online through Othena.com to view available appointments and to keep informed with upcoming availability. Othena is a vaccine scheduling system created by CuraPatient, in conjunction with leading health care experts and public health agencies. The Orange County Health Care Agency Hotline can assist seniors or those who are not tech savvy with the registration process. The Hotline number is 714-834-2000. The ‘Family’ feature in Othena also enables all household members to register and coordinate scheduling their appointments.
Step 1: Register on Othena.com to be placed in a “digital waiting room”
Step 2: Appointment notifications to those in the “digital waiting room” will be prioritized based on factors including age, time of registration, and available vaccine supply
Step 3: Eligible individuals will be notified to schedule an appointment by email or notification through the Othena app; those individuals are advised to regularly monitor their email and the Othena
app for updates
The Othena smartphone app is available in Spanish, English, Vietnamese, Korean, and traditional and simplified Mandarin. The app can be downloaded from Othena.com or through the Apple store for iPhones. Android device users can download the app through Google Play by visiting Othena.com. The Othena website is available in Spanish, Vietnamese, and Korean languages. Answers to frequently asked questions regarding Othena can be found here. The OC COVID-19 hotline at 714-834-2000 can also answer questions about vaccinations and Othena in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, and Korean. If additional support is required, hotline staff can coordinate with Othena representatives.
The state of California is using the My Turn website and application to register individuals for vaccine appointments. The Othena system will be integrated to send information to the My Turn system so you do not have to register on both systems.
- Physicians in private practice who are uncertain about how they can get a vaccination appointment are encouraged to contact the Orange County Medical Association.
- If you have additional questions, please call the Orange County Health Care Agency's Vaccine Hotline at 714-834-2000. Individuals who contact the HCA hotline and are unable to speak with a hotline representative may need to leave a message. Staff at the hotline are clearing and returning voice messages throughout each day.
State of California Resources:
- Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record Portal
- Vaccine Resources
- Report any rumors you might see online or posted in your community about the vaccine to Rumors@cdph.ca.gov.
Orange County Health Care Agency Resources: