Get your flu/COVID vaccines and boosters Thursday at Plummer Park

On Thursday, October 21, 2021, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. the City will host an Outdoor Flu and COVID- 19 Vaccination Clinic at Plummer Park. Flu vaccines for adults and COVID-19 vaccines (see information below) are provided by Cedars-Sinai Community Health Improvement in partnership with the City of West Hollywood. 

Pfizer first doses, second doses, and booster doses – as well as single doses of Johnson & Johnson are available. Please bring your vaccine record if you would like the booster dose. For additional information about booster dose eligibility and details, visit Los Angeles County residents 12 years and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Adolescents ages 12-15 years old must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or responsible adult. Appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine are encouraged but walk-ups are welcome. Appointments can be made online at My Turn ( and the vaccine site will be listed as Cedars-Sinai Pop-Up Clinic at West Hollywood Plummer Park. Some form of ID is required for the COVID-19 vaccine; flu vaccinations are walk-up-only, and ID is not necessary.

Outdoor Flu and COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic participants will be required to wear a face covering (and face coverings will be offered to those who do not have them). Please stay home if you are not feeling well. For more information about the Outdoor Flu and COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic, please call Cedars-Sinai at (310) 423-4625.


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1 year ago

The combined flu-COVID-19 vaccine clinic sounds like a good idea.The limited hours are short for a weekday.Perhaps longer hours on Thursday are in order.Maybe the city can be talked into doing this clinic on a Saturday next time.

1 year ago
Reply to  hifi5000

It was fast and easy. The lines were not long.

1 year ago

Love that the city is doing this. But why in the middle of the workday? So many people would benefit from the free vaccines, but can’t attend because they are working.

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