For more than a year, vaccinations in San Diego, California had been free at any vaccination point, both government and pharmacy, however, this could be about to change as some non-government points have started charging for receiving the vaccine.
In these times of reinforcements and third doses, A favorite place for Tijuana residents is the Lyons Pharmacy, which offers you coronavirus vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. After April 5, it was said that they would start charging $40 for their vaccinations.
Until now, seems to be the only pharmacy that has made this decision, but it could be that in the future the other vaccination centers make the same determination. It should be noted that some health insurance such as Medical and Medicare exempt you from payment.
If you want to make your appointment at this point, all you have to do is go to this page, from there they will ask you to fill in some fields with your data and they will ask you to choose the vaccine. There are only the three options that were mentioned previously. Once you confirm you will get your email your appointment number.
Lyons is located at 642 Palomar Suite 410 Chula Vista and has a phone number 619-407-5555 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. In your appointment for the vaccine you can also choose the time that best suits your schedule.