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3/25/2021 - PPHD to Hold Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Clinic on March 27

To: The Campus Community

From: Steve Atlee, Vaccine Working Group Chair and Deputy General Counsel

I am writing to share information on an upcoming Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinic offered by the Pasadena Public Health Department (PPHD), to invite members of the community to subscribe to a dedicated email list for information on PPHD's future clinics, and to remind everyone to record their vaccination status in the Institute's reporting tool.

Upcoming Vaccine Clinic

PPHD will hold a Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinic on March 27, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The clinic is open to all currently eligible individuals who either live or work in the Pasadena area.

The clinic is available by appointment only. Sign up for your appointment here:  https://www.calvax.org/reg/1261803592

Please do not share this link, which could compromise the ability of eligible individuals to schedule an appointment. If you are experiencing issues with the links, try copying and pasting into your browser, or try the Google Chrome browser.


  • Pasadena Public Health Department Outdoor Walk-Up Clinic, 1845 N. Fair Oaks Avenue, Rear Parking Lot   


What to bring:

  • A valid identification with proof of residency and age, AND 
    • Be prepared to provide self-attestation for severe medical conditions if applicable.
    • If you are eligible by employment, bring valid identification plus proof of employment (an ID/paystub).

You will be required to present proof of eligibility.  If you cannot provide qualifying documentation and meet current eligibility, you will not receive a vaccine. 

If you have any questions about the registration process or need additional assistance, please reach out to the Citizen's Service Center at (626) 744-7311, or by email at csc@cityofpasadena.net. The citizen service center is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.  

Register for Continued Updates on Available Vaccine Clinics 
Moving forward, updates and information on local vaccination clinics will only be directly sent to those individuals who have subscribed to receive email notifications.

If you would like to continue to receive updates and information on upcoming local vaccination clinics, you can opt in to receive email notifications. While Caltech cannot commit to the frequency of these updates, we anticipate that information on available clinics from PPHD will be shared on a weekly basis.

Record Your Vaccination Status
All students, staff, postdocs, and faculty are urged to record their vaccination status using the Caltech COVID-19 Reporting Application. This information is a crucial element in guiding the Institute's pandemic response efforts and in facilitating the resumption of normal campus operations, whether or not you have current plans to receive the vaccine. This reporting tool will allow you to update your status after each dose (if you receive a two-dose vaccine) and to indicate if you have an appointment, but have not yet received your initial shot. 

Thank you for your help.