CVS is expanding its COVID-19 vaccination efforts in California, adding another 119 pharmacies statewide capable of administering doses to residents Sunday.
The new locations add to the 167 CVS stores already vaccinating people in the state, bringing the total to 286 different locations that eligible Californians can choose from to get inoculated.
Vaccines at participating CVS pharmacies will be available to those 65 and older, health care workers, emergency services personnel, food and agriculture workers, and school teachers and staff and childcare workers.
To get the shot, people have to make an appointment online. Those without internet access can call customer service at 800-746-7287.