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How To Get A Vaccine Appointment In LA And Surrounding Counties, A Guide

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Moderna COVID-19 vaccines ready to be administered at a vaccination site at Kedren Community Health Center in South L.A. (Apu Gomes/AFP via Getty Images)
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Booking an appointment for your free COVID-19 vaccine can be an exercise in managing emotions...frustration, exhaustion, impatience and confusion come to mind.

The vaccine rollout has been plagued by supply issues, delays, changing orders, chaos and inequity. And in counties with cities that have their own health departments (like Long Beach and Pasadena), it can be even harder to know which plan to follow.

Also, you have to make sure you're eligible.

To keep track of all the moving parts, we reached out to cities and counties in the greater Los Angeles area for specifics.

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Here's your guide to booking vaccine appointments in Southern California:

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