COVID-19 Updates

Residents Can See Both Stationary and Mobile Pop-up Sites
In addition to 14 ongoing County stationary sites distributing doses every week from Tuesday through Saturday, San Bernardino County residents can also use a new interactive map to find any of the mobile, pop-up events happening almost daily from the valley to the deserts.

This online map dashboard shows the sites and dates of all upcoming mobile vaccination events (best seen in Chrome). The stars on the map indicate the stationary vaccine sites throughout our county.

Along with the mobile and stationary sites, there are dozens of hospitals, health centers, clinics, pharmacies, and now even high schools, that are offering vaccine doses.

Finally, there are participating pharmacies administering doses throughout the county, including Albertsons, Costco, Ralphs, Rite-Aid, Sav-On, Vons, Walgreens, and Walmart, as well as many independent pharmacies. Individuals should check directly with their preferred, neighborhood pharmacy, or again, check the list at

Blueprint for a Safer Economy

The State of California has a blueprint for reducing COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions on activities.

Every county in California is assigned to a tier based on its test positivity and adjusted case rate for tier assignment including metrics from the last 3 weeks. At a minimum, counties must remain in a tier for at least 3 weeks before moving forward. Data is reviewed weekly and tiers are updated on Tuesdays. To move forward, a county must meet the next tier’s criteria for two consecutive weeks. If a county’s metrics worsen for two consecutive weeks, it will be assigned a more restrictive tier. Public health officials are constantly monitoring data and can step in if necessary.

Learn more about tier assignments and metric details.

San Bernardino County Coronavirus (COVID-19) Data Dashboard

Information about Face Coverings

The San Bernardino County Department of Public Health has a new health order calling for everyone to wear face covering while out in public. A bandana or handkerchief will work just fine.
Covering your face is easy peasy. A cloth face covering is a material that covers the nose and mouth. It can be secured to the head with ties or straps or simply wrapped around the lower face. It can be made of a variety of materials, such as cotton, silk, or linen. A cloth face covering may be factory-made or sewn by hand, or can be improvised from household items such as scarfs, T-shirts, sweatshirts, or towels.

How to Wear a Mask

Use of Face Covering to slow the Spread   Sewn Face Covering Instructions   T-Shirt Face Covering Instructions

Prevention Tips (Fact Sheets and Videos)

Guide to Wash Your Hands

COVID-19 FAQ Sheet   Tips to Prevent the Spread   Cover your Cough

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