L.A. County teachers, grocery workers, restaurant staff and other essential workers to become eligible for COVID-19 vaccines Monday - KTLA Los Angeles
Feb 27, 2021 1 min, 18 secs

Los Angeles County public health officials released more information Saturday on how teachers, grocery workers, restaurant staff and other essential workers will be vaccinated against COVID-19 beginning Monday.

County: Education and childcare employees, food and agriculture workers, and emergency services and law enforcement personnel will all be able to sign up for their first doses.

Residents 65 and older, health care workers and those in assisted living facilities were already able to make appointments.

In addition to being able to get their shots at any public vaccine site, the workers can also get vaccinated at the county’s “mega POD” sites on dedicated days.

Teachers and essential education support staff can sign up for doses at any of the county’s “mega POD” sites, or get them from their health care providers.

Child care staff can also make appointments at any of the county’s “mega POD” sites or their health care providers.

Those working at other chains will be able to sign up to get the shots at county-run vaccination events for Food and Agriculture workers on Tuesday and Thursday.

Those working at restaurants — including in table service, food preparation, carry-out and delivery — can also get vaccinated at the county-run site for Food and Agriculture workers on Tuesday and Thursday.

Farm and port workers will also be able to head to the county-run vaccination site for Food and Agriculture workers on Tuesday and Thursday.

Those employed in food manufacturing will also be able to sign up for their shots at the county-run vaccination site for Food and Agriculture workers on Tuesday and Thursday.


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