COVID-19 Vaccine Info Hub

Updated July 12, 2021

Vaccine distribution: What you need to know

All California residents who are 12 or older are now eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccination. Follow the state’s progress on the California vaccine administration dashboard.

Schedule your vaccination now:

UCLA Health patients and parents/guardians with proxy access can now directly schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments in myUCLAhealth. If you don’t have a myUCLAhealth account, you can view instructions on how to sign up here. If you are unable to login or need help creating an account, contact the myUCLAhealth support line at 855-364-7052.

Vaccine appointments are offered in many UCLA Health locations across the greater Los Angeles region. When you go to schedule your appointment, you’ll select whether this is a first or second dose appointment. If you need a specific vaccine type to complete your series or because of your age, the system will only display the locations available to you.

Access your COVID-19 Digital Vaccine Record:

You can find your digital COVID-19 vaccine record within myUCLAhealth under COVID-19 Information or Immunizations. Within the myUCLAhealth (MyChart) app, you can find your digital record by clicking on the “My COVID Info” icon. If your vaccine info is missing in myUCLAhealth or incorrect, please let your primary care office know.

You can also request your record through the California Department of Public Health’s Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record website. Please note that UCLA Health has no control over the state vaccine record website. If you have any questions, please see their FAQ or call 833-422-4255.

New updates:

May 25
A small number of adolescents and young adults experienced a heart inflammation, called myocarditis, after receiving a mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. The CDC is studying these cases and has additional information on this topic. The FDA, CDC and American Academy of Pediatrics continue to recommend that anyone over the age of 12 receive the vaccine as soon as possible given the risk of consequences from severe COVID-19 in adolescents and young adults.


Eligible for vaccination

Everyone 12 and older

The Pfizer vaccine is authorized for people 12 and older. The Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are authorized for people 18 and older.

Please review the vaccine fact sheets and vaccine information from the CDC before your vaccination.

Wondering if you should get the vaccine? For most people, the answer is yes! View this handout in English (PDF) and in Spanish (PDF) to learn why.

Schedule your appointment

UCLA Health patients can now directly schedule their COVID-19 vaccine appointments in myUCLAhealth. View instructions here (PDF). Once you’re logged in:

  1. Login and select “Visits” from the top navigation, and then "Schedule an Appointment"
  2. Choose “COVID Vaccine” as the reason for your appointment
  3. Select whether this is your first or second dose appointment
  4. Choose the location, date and time that works for you
  5. Verify details and schedule

Book outside of UCLA Health

Please click below to schedule a vaccination appointment through the state or your local public health department.