The COVID-19 vaccine is becoming more widely available to more individuals. The OC Public Health Agency has several vaccination sites around Orange County, including at Santa Ana College. The City of Santa Ana and local organizations are holding vaccination clinics, and now pharmacies and medical providers are receiving the vaccine as well. Select the button below to learn more.
Orange County, including Santa Ana, is moving into the less-restrictive Orange Tier of the State’s pandemic reopening guidelines effective Wednesday, March 31, 2021.
This means more local businesses and activities will be allowed either to expand capacity or resume operations.
Santa Ana is joining the rest of Orange County in moving to the Red Tier on Sunday, March 14. That means Santa Ana restaurants, churches, shopping malls, gyms, and movie theaters will be able to operate indoors or expand their inside operations, though not at full capacity. There are still some restrictions, and not all types of businesses (including bars and nightclubs) can open yet.
City of Santa Ana is offering a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Saturday, March 13, only for Santa Ana residents age 65 or older at the Southwest Senior Center.
If you don't qualify but you have parents, grandparents, neighbors, or friends who do, please help them make an appointment. Help us protect our Santa Ana community!