Petco Park vaccine superstation closure extended due to lack of doses


The closure has now been extended by Monday, February 22.

SAN DIEGO — According to a tweet from UCSD Health, the Petco Park vaccine superstation closure has been extended to Sunday and Monday, Feb. 21-22, due to delayed vaccine shipments.  

The tweet went on to say that appointments for second doses on Feb. 19–22 have been quickly canceled and will probably be mechanically rescheduled. 

UC San Diego Health says all scheduled appointments will probably be rescheduled by MyChart, so make certain to examine your e-mail if this impacts you.

This second delay of the COVID vaccine goes to have a major impression on San Diego County. The county is already taking part in catch-up from the primary delay. 

“There’s some extraordinary circumstances this week because of the weather in other parts of the country, but it shows you that we are all connected. And the pandemic already taught us that. This supply chain issue reinforces that fact and it’s something we are going to be dealing with for the foreseeable future. This is not going to deter us in our efforts to get this to as many as wanted as needed,” Mayor Todd Gloria stated.

Those who have been delayed in getting their second dose of the vaccine just a few days in the past should be attempting to reschedule, and now a brand new batch of appointments may have to be pushed backed or moved to a special web site.

This additionally has the potential to decelerate different websites because the vaccine provide is restricted.


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