City of Lancaster COVID-19 Vaccinations

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COVID Vaccines Lancaster

 

COVID-19 vaccines are available to Lancaster residents at local distribution sites or through healthcare providers. COVID-19 vaccines are available to all residents 12 years of age or older and are readily available through healthcare providers, pharmacies, and other local community sites. Visit MyTurn.CA.gov for more information or to find a local vaccine appointment.

Find a Local Vaccine Appointment

 

The City of Lancaster is hosting two Vax Challenges to encourage the community to get vaccinated and continue saving lives. The deadline to participate in the Great Summer Vax Challenge or the 10K Vax Challenge is September 30.  

After five months of successfully administering tens of thousands of COVID-19 vaccines to Lancaster residents, the City of Lancaster closed its two mass-vaccination sites at the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds on July 23. While the mass site has closed, Lancaster is shifting efforts into phase 2 of vaccination, focusing on smaller more accessible clinics within the neighborhoods.

Having access to the COVID-19 vaccines and being able to operate the mass vaccination sites have resulted in saving countless lives. The City of Lancaster is grateful to all of our supporters, partners, and volunteers who helped Lancaster reach this important step in overcoming the pandemic. Especially High Desert Medical Group and Kaiser Permanente who managed the site.