News Flash: Vaccinations at Lighthouse for the Blind
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The San Francisco Department of Public Health (DPH) and Mayor’s Office on Disability (MOD) are working to ensure vaccination appointments are accessible and available to people with disabilities. The goal is to make sure that every person with a disability has opportunities to be vaccinated.
The San Francisco Vaccine Call Center at 628-652-2700 is available to any person with a disability to assist with information on vaccine availability and help with appointment scheduling.
Upcoming Live In-Person ASL interpretation to be provided:
Lighthouse for the Blind Vaccination Clinic
1155 Market St., San Francisco
When: Friday, April 30, 2021 and Friday May 7, 2021
Clarification: ASL Interpretation is provided remotely (VRI) on other clinic days.
Make a Reservation: through the Vaccine Call Center 628-652-2700.
Lighthouse for the Blind provides dedicated services for the people with blindness/low vision, and the vaccine clinic welcomes all people with disabilities and their caregivers.
Links to high volume vaccine sites in San Francisco that provide remote video ASL interpreting include:
• Moscone Center
• SF Market
• City College.
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