Los Angeles County libraries are now offering free flu and COVID-19 vaccines.
Over 20 libraries in L.A. County teamed up with the L.A. County Department of Public Health to bring these free vaccines to the public from October 18th through November 22nd. Walk-ins are welcomed but L.A. officials do recommend to make an appointment online to avoid the long lines. Insurance cards are not required nor do you need a government ID or proof of citizenship to receive a vaccine.
“We’re excited to work with Public Health to provide our customers opportunities to access effective vaccines” said LA County Library Director Skye Patrick. “Providing this valuable resource to the community helps keep everyone healthier.”
For more information and a list of all the locations to receive a free vaccine head to: LACountyLibrary.org/VaccineClinics. Vaccines will be available while supplies last and to make an appointment click here. Head to KTLA 5 for more.