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Posted on: April 20, 2021

[ARCHIVED] LADPH Vaccine Updates - Appointments Available at Pepperdine April 23


UPDATE (April 20, 2021) - COVID-19 VACCINE appointments available for malibu residents at pepperdine on friday, april 23

Following California’s guidance allowing vaccination of all people aged 16 and older effective April 15, 2021, Pepperdine University secured a limited number of COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine doses in partnership with Albertsons and invites Malibu residents who are eligible for vaccination to receive their first dose at Pepperdine. The vaccination clinic will be held on Pepperdine’s Malibu Drescher Graduate Campus outside of Gull’s Way Courtyard from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Friday, April 23.   

  • Go to the Albertsons Scheduling Link to schedule an appointment.
  • Once your appointment has been scheduled, you will receive a confirmation email with additional details.
  • Information will also be sent to you regarding the scheduling of your second dose appointment.
  • Note: Individuals who are 16 or 17 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, and appointments must be made in advance. Given the limited supply of vaccination doses available, please do not book multiple appointments. If you cannot make it to your appointment or you make an appointment in error, please cancel your appointment so others may use that time slot.

If you (1) currently have or have had any symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 10 days, (2) have been exposed to an individual with symptoms, or (3) have been told to quarantine or isolate over the period that includes the day of the vaccine clinic, you must remain home and schedule an alternate vaccine appointment after the 10-day period has passed. 

To help ensure physical distancing, please arrive at the time of your scheduled appointment; early arrivals may not be accommodated. You will need to bring to your appointment: (1) Drivers License, (2) a hard copy of your health insurance card, and (3) a completed Informed Consent for Immunization with COVID-19 Vaccine form (also available in Spanish).       

If you have any questions please contact the Public Safety Office at 310-456-2489, or email

UPDATE (Feb 1, 2021) - covid-19 vaccine information for malibu (los angeles county)

For all LA County Department of Public Health (LADPH) vaccine information, in multiple languages, visit the LADPH vaccine web page. If you lack access to the internet or need help by phone, call 833-540-0473.

Later this week (Feb. 1 – 7), LADPH will start emailing people who received their first vaccination dose at Los Angeles County vaccination sites, confirming the place and date of their second dose appointment. Second doses are to be administered 21 days later. All you will need to do is confirm your preferred time using the registration link you receive in the email.

Californians can sign up with the California Department of Public Health to get a notification as soon as they are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, based on vaccine priority tiers and phases they are in. While COVID-19 vaccine supply is still limited, California is prioritizing vaccines for specific groups based on exposure risks, health risks, and health equity. Sign up on the My Turn web site. If you don’t have an email address or internet access, need help signing up, or have further questions, call the CA COVID-19 Hotline at (833) 422-4255 (Mon-Fri 8AM-8PM, Sat-Sun 8AM-5PM). 

All residents 65 and older in Los Angeles County can now make an appointment to get the COVID-19 vaccine online or by phone at (833) 540-0473. Space is limited but will grow as the County obtains more vaccine doses, so please be patient. The County has committed to eventually getting a vaccine to every person who wants one. 

Vaccine supply is still extremely limited. Please be patient as the County works urgently with federal and state partners to expand capacity and supply in the weeks ahead.
In LA County, the following groups are now being actively vaccinated:

  • Healthcare workers (HCWs) at high and moderate risk of exposure to the COVID-19 virus through their work in any role in health care or long-term care settings. High and moderate risk means the HCW has direct or indirect contact with patients or infectious materials (Phase 1A)
  • Long-term care facility residents (Phase 1A)
  • Persons age 65 and over (Phase 1B Tier 1)
  • Note: Low risk healthcare workers such as administrative support staff without routine in-person patient contact will be offered vaccination in Phase 1B Tier 2. Veterinary Medical Personnel will be offered vaccination in Phase 1B. 
  • You can make an appointment to be vaccinated if you are in are in one of the groups listed. DO NOT REGISTER FOR AN APPOINTMENT IF YOU ARE NOT IN AN ELIGIBLE GROUP. Doing so will take an appointment slot away from those at highest risk and you will be turned away without proper documentation of your eligibility. 

Sign up for an appointment or get more information.

Visit the LADPH vaccine web page to sign up to receive the LADPH vaccine newsletter by email so that you can stay up to date on vaccine distribution, second doses and other important vaccine information.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution Information

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has posted information about the coronavirus vaccine and vaccination plans to offer guidance and clarity to the general public at The webpage includes:

Who Will Get the Vaccine and When
The Vaccine Distribution page describes the phases and tiers of vaccination, with more information about how these phases may roll out. This page is being updated regularly as the groups within each phase and tier are further refined, so check back frequently.

How the Phases and Tiers Were Determined
Vaccine eligibility is determined by phases of prioritization developed by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) through the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), as well as guidance developed by the State via the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). This planning is occurring in close coordination with state and local health departments to ensure appropriate planning and collaboration with community partners. Allocation policies will be dynamic and will be adapted based on vaccine performance, vaccine supply and demand, and other factors.

No one will have to pay for the vaccine. A doctor or pharmacy may charge a fee for giving the vaccine, but it should be covered by public and private insurance companies. People without health insurance can get COVID-19 vaccines at no cost. There are no out-of-pocket payments.

To support local planning processes, the County has established a COVID-19 Vaccine Work Group, comprised of approximately 100 individuals representing more than 60 organizations, with committees focused on ensuring equitable distribution of the vaccine, establishing effective communications, and aligning resources.

Healthcare professionals wanting to receive the vaccine and facilities wanting to administer the vaccine should visit the COVID-19 Vaccine Healthcare Provider Information Hub.

Vaccine Distribution in the City of Malibu
The City has created a dedicated webpage for coronavirus vaccination information at The City of Malibu is in active conversations with local medical providers to prepare for and support a mass vaccination site if needed. Whether a site is needed depends on how many doses the local medical providers receive. If they only receive a small number of doses that is manageable to administer in their offices, then that is how it will be done. However, if the number of doses is too large to effectively administer through their offices, then a mass vaccination site will be established. City Council has already approved using City Hall as a vaccination site, and City Hall has been used numerous for drive-through COVID-19 testing service. Local medical providers are not expected to receive the vaccine until late January or early February.


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