COVID-19 Vaccine Online Scheduling

Scheduling an Appointment

Unfortunately, there are currently no vaccine appointments available. When we are able to schedule large numbers of appointments, we will share the news widely.

If you would like to be notified when we are able to schedule appointments in bulk, please subscribe to our Health Focus newsletter and/or download our mobile app. At that time, we will send an alert email to our subscribers and a push notification through our app.

Ensure Vaccine Has Arrived for Your Appointment

Please check this website the Friday before your scheduled appointment to ensure vaccine has arrived and your appointment is confirmed:

  • Week of Feb. 22: All scheduled appointments are confirmed.
  • Week of Mar. 1: Please check this webpage on Friday, Feb. 26 for confirmation.
  • Week of Mar. 8: Please check this webpage on Friday, Mar. 5 for confirmation.
  • Week of Mar. 15: Please check this webpage on Friday, Mar. 12 for confirmation.

Who Is Currently Eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine?

No-cost vaccine appointments are available for those eligible under the state’s 1A and 1B group, including:

Learn more about v-safe, a vaccination health checker.

For more information about the two authorized vaccines, please review the Moderna Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) and the Pfizer Emergency Use Authorization (EAU).

Read University Health’s plan to open more vaccine appointments.

Arriving for Your Appointment

Please arrive no more than 15 minutes early for your appointment at Wonderland of Americas. Signs will direct you to the University Health COVID-19 vaccine location.

VIA Bus Route Information

VIA Metropolitan Transit will offer free transportation for any person traveling to or from an appointment at a City/County-sponsored COVID-19 vaccination site—including Wonderland of the Americas.

Several routes make stops near Wonderland of the Americas at the Crossroads Park & Ride.
Bus Routes: 95, 509, 100 and 103.
Map your route on Via using: Park & Ride | Commuters - VIA Metropolitan Transit

Questions About Your Appointment or COVID-19 Vaccine Availability?

Read our Frequently Asked Questions on topics about appointments, preparing for your vaccination, and how to receive notifications about vaccine availability.

If You Need To Cancel Your Appointment

If you will not be able to come to your appointment, please submit the Appointment Cancellation Form.

If you need any other assistance or have questions that are not answered on the FAQ page, please email Patient.Relations@uhs-sa.com.

COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects

Side effects of a COVID-19 vaccination can be fever, chills, headache, muscle aches, tiredness and pain or swelling in the arm where you got your shot. These are normal signs that your body is building protection. These side effects can be worse after the 2nd dose but, usually resolve in a few days. Consult with your doctor about taking any over-the-counter pain medication such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen to help with these symptoms or if you are still experiencing side effects after a few days. More information is available on our COVID-19 side effects phone line at 210-644-3211.