COVID-19 Vaccine

Who Qualifies for the Vaccine?

Santa Ana residents ages 16 and older who live in the 92701 and 92703 ZIP codes can get the COVID-19 vaccine now.

The vaccine is also being given to the following groups throughout Orange County:

  • Anyone age 50 or older
  • Hospital and medical workers
  • Teachers and school staff
  • Food service, grocery and agriculture workers
  • Child care providers
  • Emergency service workers
  • People age 16 and above with certain pre-existing medical conditions.

Starting April 15, anyone age 16 or older can get the vaccine.

Learn more about who qualifies to get a vaccine.

City of Santa Ana Vaccine Clinics

April 17: Vaccine clinic for all Santa Ana residents age 18 or older.

  • Appointment is required.
  • Open to all residents age 18 or older
  • Proof of health insurance and residency required.

Make an Appointment for April 17

Questions? Text 323-601-8377; email covid@santa-ana.org; or call 714-667-2273.

Orange County Vaccine Sites (including Santa Ana College)

The OC Public Health Agency has vaccine Points of Dispensing (POD) at Santa Ana College and other locations around Orange County.

If you don't yet qualify to get the vaccine, you should still register on the County's appointment site (Othena) so you can be notified when the vaccine is available for you.

Register and make an appointment on Othena at these links:

Make an Appointment (English)

Make an Appointment (Spanish)

Make an Appointment (Vietnamese)

Contact (714) 278-4670 or covidinfo@abrazarinc.com for assistance with Othena registration and support.

County COVID-19 and vaccine hotline: (714) 834-2000

Hospital, Medical Groups and Pharmacies

Other health and medical agencies are offering the COVID-19 vaccine.

See a List of Options

Need help making an appointment?

Santa Ana residents only can call Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.: