SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -- People 16 and old are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Santa Barbara County. Multiple locations around the county are offering vaccines.
Two of the largest distributions are Santa Barbara County Public Health and Cottage Health. Marian Regional Medical Center said they are partnering with Santa Barbara County Public Health. There are also smaller clinics and popup clinics around the county.
Near Santa Barbara in Goleta, Cottage Health is offering a drive-thru clinic at Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital. They have been averaging 10,000 appointments per week in April. There are a lot of appointments available on their website. Availability ranges from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Saturday this week and next. To signup go to their website.
Santa Barbara County Public Health has a mobile clinic rotating around the county. It is making stops at Allen Hancock College in Santa Maria on April 28 and the Hilton on Santa Barbara's Waterfront on April 27. To signup for either visit MyTurn.
Dignity Health Urgent Care in Santa Maria has appointments available on their website. Or to signup call 805-922-0561. Their next availability is late afternoon on April 28.
Lompoc Valley Medical Center also has vaccine appointments available on the MyTurn website for April 22 and 23. Appointments range from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
On April 22 there is a pop-up clinic in Buellton at the Buellton Senior Center. Their Facebook page states walk-ups are welcome.
On Sunday, April 25 in Solvang there will be another pop-up vaccination clinic at Bethania Church. To signup call 805-688-4637.
For more appointment locations, including those at Costco, CVS, Sav-On, Ralph's, Rite-AId, Von's and Walmart, visit Santa Barbara County Public Health's vaccine website. Or call 2-1-1.