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COVID-19 Vaccination for Our Community

Thursdays outside GLIDE on Ellis Street.
Register in advance at the Walk-In Center.

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Updated January 2021
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Introducing the Tenderloin Neighborhood Vaccination Site at GLIDE

New pop-up site provides equity-focused low-barrier COVID-19 vaccinations to Tenderloin residents

GLIDE, in partnership with the San Francisco Department of Public Health (DPH), University of Californian, San Francisco’s  Benioff Homelessness and Housing Initiative (BHHI), Life Sciences Cares-Bay Area, and San Francisco Community Health Center (SFCHC), has brought a pilot, pop-up COVID-19 vaccination site to the 300 block of Ellis in San Francisco’s Tenderloin. The weekly pop-up site began operations on March 25, 2021, to provide greater access and equity to a diverse and marginalized community of both housed and unhoused residents.

The vaccination site operates on Thursdays, and people can sign up in advance.

GLIDE has staff at the lobby of 330 Ellis Street ready to register community members Monday-Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. 

SFCHC personnel administer the vaccine.

For more information, please contact GLIDE’s Walk-In Center at (415) 674-6012.

How To Register for a Vaccination

In-person registration is available via GLIDE's Walk-In Center, Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, in GLIDE's lobby at 330 Ellis St.

Who is Eligible?

The site is intended for housed and unhoused residents of the Tenderloin and open for those who meet current city and state eligibility requirements.

More about the Tenderloin Neighborhood Vaccination Site at GLIDE

The Tenderloin Neighborhood Vaccination Site at GLIDE is intended to serve some of San Francisco’s most vulnerable community members, including the Tenderloin’s unhoused and underserved residents. By collaborating with community-based organizations that directly serve the neighborhood’s residents, this site expands the City’s vaccination effort to the Tenderloin community.

There is no cost. This site is specifically intended for residents of the Tenderloin who meet the current eligibility requirements for a vaccine in San Francisco.

Read more about the site on our Real Talk blog

Read an article about the opening of the site in Street Sheet.