Get your COVID-19 vaccine to protect yourself and our community
We are currently vaccinating people who live, work, or learn in SF and are 12 years and older.
What to do
Stay safe. Get vaccinated. Save lives.
Help keep the spread of COVID-19 down as we celebrate a safer reopening in San Francisco.
Get verification for your COVID-19 vaccine status
Store your CDC vaccine card in a safe place. If you lose your card, see your options.
Get housing help during the coronavirus pandemic
Apply for financial help to pay your rent, mortgage, or HOA dues. Information about the eviction moratorium.
Get food resources
Help for people having trouble getting or affording food during the coronavirus pandemic.
Get help paying your utility bills
Apply for bill relief programs to help with your water, wastewater, and power bills.
Get help for seniors and people with disabilities
Resources for home care, transportation, and community connections during the coronavirus outbreak.
Get LGBTQ community services during the coronavirus outbreak
Rental assistance, legal help, and other resources for LGBTQ youth and community.
Get tested for COVID-19
If you have health insurance, schedule a test with your doctor. See other options for testing.
Quarantining for COVID-19 exposure
What to do if you live with, or had close contact with, someone who has COVID-19.
Check for COVID-19 symptoms before you go out
Watch for COVID-19 symptoms, especially if you work outside your home. Stay home if you feel sick.
Volunteer at a vaccination site
Help register visitors, or provide vaccinations if you have a medical credential.
Be an emergency volunteer
Healthy adults or medical professionals can help the City respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Donate blood to help the COVID-19 shortage
Make an appointment to give blood at Vitalant or the American Red Cross.
Give to the City to respond to COVID-19
Make a tax-deductible donation to the Give2SF COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund.
Donate face shields or fabric face masks
Make face shields or fabric face masks for San Francisco’s first responders and Disaster Service Workers
Guidance from the Department of Public Health
Official instructions for residents, schools, businesses, and others.
Guidance, updates, and resources on how San Francisco is reopening during the coronavirus pandemic.
Healthcare providers and COVID-19
Vaccine information and guidance for providers and healthcare workers during the coronavirus pandemic.