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Vaccination Resources & Information

With the emergence of Covid vaccines, many have questions about when they’ll be eligible for the vaccine and how to schedule an appointment for vaccination. This page provides resources and information to help people navigate the system and register to receive the vaccine when eligible. Please check this page often as we will update it with new information as it becomes available.

Los  Angeles County is currently in the process of Vaccinating Tier 1a  which includes Health Care Workers and those age 65 and over. 

Los Angeles County plans to make teachers, food workers and first responders eligible on March 1st 2021.  Residents agest 16-64 with certain underlying conditions will be eligible on March 15.

Please check this site often as these regulations change frequently.

The MYTURN portal at myturn.ca.gov allows Californians to pre-register to be notified once they become eligible. This portal also is used to book vaccinations through government-operated vaccine distribution locations for those currently eligible.

Under the guidance of your physician, if you are an LA County resident in these high-priority age group you can now schedule an appointment. The vaccine supply is still extremely limited, and Los Angeles County continues to work with federal and state partners to expand capacity and supply in the weeks ahead.

Please reference the links below which can be used to register for the vaccine.

Information About How to Get the Vaccine 

The following websites can give you more information about the vaccine eligibility process:

Los Angeles County Vaccination Booking Sites - Links to County-sites as well as pharmacies.

California MYturn Portal - used to book at federally run and other sites.

Carbon Health Vaccine Booking Site -Run in Conjuntion with the City of LA

Kaiser Permanente Booking site for non-Kaiser members

Kaiser Permanente Booking site for Kaiser Members .

 

General information from LA County

How-To-Guide from the LA Times

Understand the CDC Prioritization Process

 

What You Need to Know about Safety, Efficacy & Halachot of Vaccination

Beth Jacob Program with Rabbi Topp and Cedars Sinai Physicians Dr. Sam Torbati & Dr. Rachel Zabner Spielberger 

Video of Dr. Anthony Fauci Explaining the Vaccine

Cedars Sinai & ABC7 FAQ about the Vaccine

Article about Vaccine Efficacy and Safety by community member Boaz Hepner

Vaccine Policy Statement

Beth Jacob Rabbinic Letter on Covid Safety & Vaccination

National Statement on Vaccine Compliance

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