Reopening: County Vaccine Information

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*This page is meant to help you see how counties are progressing toward administering vaccines to our restaurant team members, who have been declared eligible by the state. It’s important to keep in mind that the timeline differs from one county to the next, and the situation in each county can abruptly change. If you have questions or have a different experience in your county than what’s posted on this page, please feel free to contact the CRA at helpline@calrest.org.

Find Your County Below

  • Alameda County
    https://covid-19.acgov.org/index.page

    As of 4/12/21 all Alameda County Residents ages 16+. Moderna and Johnson & Johnson (currently paused) vaccines only approved for 18+. Included are Essential Workers, Education and Child Care Workers, Emergency Services (including Law Enforcement) and Food/Agriculture. Staff and residents of congregate living facilities, including all persons who are experiencing homelessness. Public transportation personnel, including airport and commercial airline workers (excludes private planes).

    Beginning Mid-March 2021, healthcare providers may use their clinical judgment to vaccinate individuals aged 16-64 who have:
    ​     - Cancer, current weakened immune system
    ​     - Chronic Kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
    ​     - Down Syndrome
    ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
    ​     - Severe obesity (BMI>40)
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%  ​
         - Persons with developmental or other severe disabilities or illness if:
    ​       ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
    ​       ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
    ​       ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability

    Vaccine Prioritization Framework: ​https://covid-19.acgov.org/vaccines.page?#pf

    Appointments can be made here if you are eligible: https://alamedacountyfair.com/covid-19-vaccine-information/

    Documentation required at time of appointment:
    ​     - Photo Identification (ID). Your photo ID does not have to be government-issued.
    ​     - Proof of Age. Proof of age does not have to be government-issued.
    ​     - Proof of Home or Work Address. If this information is not on your ID, then bring documentation that includes your name and home or work address.
    ​     - Appointment Confirmation. If you have an appointment, print the confirmation or provide it on your phone.
    ​     - Mask. Please remember to wear a mask and practice social distancing.
  • Alpine County
    http://alpinecountyca.gov/516/COVID-19

    All fulltime residents 18 years of age and older

    All persons who own property or residences in Alpine County, but whose primary place of residence is elsewhere.  This does not include family/friends who may periodically or even regularly visit your vacation property.

    Currently vaccinating:
    ​     - 65+
    ​     - Essential workforce
    ​     - And 18-64 with underlying medical conditions

    Beginning March 15, 2021, healthcare providers may use their clinical judgment to vaccinate individuals aged 16-64 who have:
    ​     - Cancer, current weakened immune system
    ​     - Chronic Kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
    ​     - Down Syndrome
    ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
    ​     - Severe obesity (BMI>40)
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%  ​
         - Persons with developmental or other severe disabilities or illness if:
    ​       ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
    ​       ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
    ​       ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability

    Alpine County Public Health Brief: http://alpinecountyca.gov/DocumentCenter/View/4322

    Book an appointment by calling 530-694-1011

    Verify eligibility, including:
    ​     - Driver’s license
    ​     - Property tax statement
    ​     - Utility bill
    ​     - Paystub
    ​     - Letter from your employer
  • Amador County
    https://www.amadorgov.org/services/covid-19

    As of March 30th, newly expanded eligibility to those 18 years and older who live or work in the county. 

    These clinics are by appointment only. Vaccine clinics are announced via e-notification and posted on the Amador COVID-19 website: https://www.amadorgov.org/services/covid-19

    To sign up for Amador County e-notification, visit the Amador County website: https://www.amadorgov.org/about/e-notifications and choose “Health & Safety” notifications.

    Public Health is administering the COVID-19 vaccine as quickly as supply is issued from the state.
  • Butte County
    http://www.buttecounty.net/ph/COVID19/vaccine

    Butte County is currently in Phases 1A (all Tiers) and 1B (Tier 1). This includes:
    ​     - Acute & healthcare staff
    ​     - SNF/assisted living facility staff/residents
    ​     - EMT’s
    ​     - Paramedics
    ​     - Dialysis center stall
    ​     - Home health and in-home supportive services
    ​     - Public health
    ​     - Primary care staff
    ​     - FQHC’s & urgent care clinics
    ​     - Dental/oral health workers
    ​     - Lab workers
    ​     - Pharmacy staff and specialty clinics

    Also included are those:
    ​     - 65 and older
    ​     - Workers in:
    ​       ​     - Education
    ​​       ​     - Childcare
    ​​       ​     - Food and Agriculture
    ​​       ​     - Fire
    ​​       ​     - Law enforcement
    ​​       ​     - And emergency services

    They are now vaccinating:
    ​     - Persons 16-64 with at-risk health conditions
    ​     - Taxi drivers
    ​     - Tow truck driver
    ​     - Butte Regional Transit workers
    ​     - Public works
    ​     - And public utilities workers.

    Individuals 18 – 64 with the following conditions are now eligible for the vaccine:
    ​     - Cancer
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease
    ​     - Immunocompromised from solid organ transplant
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Severe obesity
    ​     - Developmental disability
    ​     - High-risk disability
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus
    ​     - Heart condition
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Down syndrome
    ​     - Chronic kidney disease.

    Please visit http://www.buttecounty.net/ph/COVID19/vaccine for information on vaccination locations and how to make an appointment.

    Proof of residency is required at vaccination sites and will be checked. Proof of employment for eligible sectors is required and may include a paystub, ID badge, or letter on company letterhead indicating employment.
  • Calaveras County
    https://covid19.calaverasgov.us/Vaccines

    COVID-19 vaccination efforts are currently underway in Calaveras County. COVID-19 vaccines are currently available for:
    ​     - Healthcare workers
    ​     - Long-term care residents
    ​     - Individuals 65 and older
    ​     - And those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:
    ​       ​     - Education and childcare
    ​       ​     - And Emergency services

    Anyone over the age of 65 or anyone in Phase 1A or 1B is now eligible for the vaccine. This includes:
    ​     - Transportation and logistics
    ​     - Industrial, commercial, residential
    ​     - Sheltering facilities and services
    ​     - And critical manufacturing employees
    ​     - Also eligible are those who are incarcerated or homeless.

    Now including food and agriculture workers in the vaccination schedule.

    Persons 65 and older interested in getting the COVID-19 vaccine, please call Mark Twain Medical Center to schedule an appointment. Call (209) 754-2536 and provide your full name, date of birth, and a phone number to best reach you.
  • Colusa County
    https://www.countyofcolusa.org/949/Vaccine

    NO COMMUNITY VACCINATION CLINICS ARE BEING SCHEDULED AT THIS TIME

    Once they have the vaccine, you can click the link that will be provided through: https://www.countyofcolusa.org/949/Vaccine
  • Contra Costa County
    https://www.coronavirus.cchealth.org/get-vaccinated

    As of March 30th, newly expanded eligibility to those 18 years and older who live or work in the county.  

    What to bring to your vaccination appointment:
    ​     - Please bring photo identification and your health insurance card to your appointment. You do not need to have health insurance to receive this no-cost vaccine.
    ​     - If you do not have an ID, please bring a document that will allow us to verify your age.
    ​     - You may need to wait in line outdoors while at the vaccination site, so please dress for the weather and bring any necessary aids for your comfort.
    ​          - When returning for your second dose, please bring the vaccination card that you received at your first appointment, along with your photo ID and health insurance card.
  • Del Norte County
    https://www.covid19.dnco.org/vaccines

    Phase 1a Tier 3:
    ​     - Healthcare workers

    Partial Phase 1b Tier 1 :
    ​     - Those over 65

    Beginning March 15, 2021, healthcare providers may use their clinical judgment to vaccinate individuals aged 16-64 who have:
    ​     - Cancer, current weakened immune system
    ​     - Chronic Kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
    ​     - Down Syndrome
    ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
    ​     - Severe obesity (BMI>40)
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5% ​
         - Persons with developmental or other severe disabilities or illness if:
    ​       ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
    ​       ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
    ​       ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability

    If you are an organization eligible for phase 1a, contact cvdvaccine@dnco.org

    If you are 65+ please reach out to your health provider first to find out how they plan to notify you when the vaccine is available for you. 
  • El Dorado County
    https://www.edcgov.us/Government/hhsa/edccovid-19-vaccine

    All people include in Phase 1A, and 1B are now eligible. This includes:
    ​     - Frontline workers
    ​     - People ages 65 or older
    ​     - People caring for persons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities
    ​     - Those in the education sector
    ​     - Those in Food & Agriculture
    ​     - Also included are transportation and logistics
    ​     - Industrial, commercial, residential
    ​     - Sheltering facilities and services
    ​     - And critical manufacturing employees.
    ​     - Also eligible are those who are incarcerated or homeless.

    Estimates for Phase 1C is estimated to be sometime between May and Summer.

    Estimates for Phase 2 is Summer.
  • Fresno County
    https://www.co.fresno.ca.us/departments/public-health/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine-information

    The Pfizer vaccine is available for those 16+ years of age, those that are 16 and 17 years of age need parental consent before receiving the vaccine.

    COVID-19 Information: https://www.co.fresno.ca.us/departments/public-health/covid-19
  • Glenn County
    https://www.countyofglenn.net/dept/health-human-services/public-health/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine-information

    Glenn County is currently vaccinating those in Phase 1A:
    ​     - Healthcare providers

    Details of those who qualify as Phase 1A and Phase 1B:
    ​     - Persons 65 years and older
    ​     - Emergency services personnel
    ​     - Education and licensed childcare providers
    ​     - Food and Agriculture personnel

    For a detailed list of who is included in these groups, click here: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/CDPH-Allocation-Guidelines-for-COVID-19-Vaccine-During-Phase-1A-Recommendations.aspx

    You must complete a survey to get your vaccine. To access the survey, click here: https://www.countyofglenn.net/dept/health-human-services/public-health/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine-information

    Persons registering for an appointment will be required to show identification to prove eligibility at time of vaccine. Persons without documentation of eligibility at time of appointment will be turned away.
    ​     - Phase 1A:
    ​       ​     - Employer identification badge
    ​       ​     - Paystub
    ​       ​     - Etc.

    ​     - Phase 1B: Workforce sectors
    ​       ​     - Employer identification badge
    ​       ​     - Paystub
    ​       ​     - Etc.

    ​     - For those 65 and older (for age and Glenn County residency verification):
    ​       ​     - Driver’s License
    ​       ​     - State Identification card
    ​       ​     - Passport
    ​       ​     - Etc.
  • Humboldt County
    https://humboldtgov.org/2872/Vaccine-Info

    Humboldt County is currently in Phase 1A (all Tiers) and 1B (Tiers 1 & 2). This includes:
    ​     - Acute & healthcare staff
    ​     - SNF/assisted living facility staff/residents
    ​     - EMT’s
    ​     - Paramedics
    ​     - Dialysis center stall
    ​     - Home health and in-home supportive services
    ​     - Public health
    ​     - Primary care staff
    ​     - FQHC’s & urgent care clinics
    ​     - Dental/oral health workers
    ​     - Lab workers
    ​     - Pharmacy staff
    ​     - And specialty clinics

    Also included are those:
    ​     - 65 and older
    ​     - Workers in:
    ​       ​     - Education
    ​       ​     - Childcare
    ​       ​     - Food and Agriculture
    ​       ​     - Fire
    ​       ​     - Law enforcement
    ​       ​     - And emergency services

    Additionally, those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:
    ​     - Transportation and logistics
    ​     - Industrial
    ​     - Commercial
    ​     - Residential
    ​     - And sheltering facilities and services
    ​     - Critical manufacturing

    Also included are those in congregate settings with outbreak risk (Incarcerated, Homeless).

    How to get an appointment: The COVID-19 Vaccine Interest form is for individuals interested in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. Filling out the COVID-19 Vaccine Interest Form for Individuals does not book an appointment for vaccination, but the information submitted will be used to help connect people to vaccination clinics when vaccine is available for their tier. You can get the form here: humboldtgov.org/InterestForm
  • Imperial County
    https://www.icphd.org/health-information-and-resources/healthy-facts/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine=

    The clinic is open to all eligible sectors in Phase 1A, Tiers 1-3: (Healthcare Workers) and Phase 1B, Tier 1 (Food/AG, Education/Childcare and Emergency Services), with the exception of those working in the *education sector for grades K-12.

    Clinics are by appointment only o Individuals will need to bring proof of eligibility:
    ​       (1) Active employee badge with photo; OR
    ​       (2) Professional license and photo ID; OR
    ​       (3) Payment stub with your name and a picture ID; OR
    ​       (4) Letter from employer and picture ID

    Those who are not in one of the eligible sectors will be turned away.

    Find a clinic in your city at: https://www.icphd.org/health-information-and-resources/healthy-facts/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine/vaccine-providers/
  • Inyo County
    https://www.inyocounty.us/covid-19/vaccine-information

    Inyo County is currently vaccinating all Priority 1A residents; Priority 1B Tier 1 Residents, people over the age of 65, and people who have the specific health conditions listed below. Vaccines are not yet available for the general public; eligibility will be verified when you show up for an appointment.

    Inyo County is following federal and state guidance to determine vaccine eligibility. These priorities are subject to change based on changing guidance. Please check back frequently for updates.

    Who is being vaccinated NOW?

    Priority 1A Tier 1 Populations: Vaccinated from December 19 – Present
    Vaccine distribution in Tier 1 includes healthcare workers who work at Acute Care Hospitals, Psychiatric and Correctional Facility Hospitals, Workers and Residents at Skilled Nursing Facilities and Long-term Care Facilities, First Responders including EMTs and Paramedics, Healthcare staff at Special Needs Group Living Facilities, and staff at Dialysis and Infusion Centers.

    Priority 1A Tier 2 Populations: Vaccinated from December 19 – Present
    Vaccine distribution in Tier 2 includes healthcare workers in Residential Substance Abuse Disorder Facilities, Intermediate Care Facilities, Home Health Care Services, Primary Care Clinics, Urgent Care Clinics, Public Health Field staff and Field-based Community Health Workers including Promotores de Salud at high-risk of exposure to SARS-CoV-2, and Regional Centers.

    Priority 1A Tier 3 Populations: Vaccinated from December 19 – Present
    Vaccine distribution in Tier 3 includes Healthcare workers in Specialty Clinic, Laboratory Workers, Dental and other Oral Health Clinic healthcare workers, Pharmacy staff not working in settings included in Tiers 1 and 2, and COVID-19 Testing staff.

    Priority 1B- Tier 1 – January 22 – Present
    ​     - Emergency Services Workers including law enforcement, fire fighters, front line social workers.
    ​     - Teachers and childcare workers including support staff.
    ​     - Essential Workers from the Food and Agriculture industries including those who must face the general public every day while working in grocery stores, restaurants, food banks, and food manufacturing.
    ​     - Individuals aged 65 and older

    Expanded Priority as of March 15, 2021
    Inyo County residents aged16-64 who could become very sick from COVID-19 as they have the following severe health conditions:
    ​     - Cancer, current with a weakened immune system
    ​     - Chronic kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
    ​     - Down syndrome
    ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (but not hypertension)
    ​     - Severe obesity (Body Mass Index ≥ 40 kg/m2)
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5% OR
    ​     - If as a result of a developmental or other severe high-risk disability, one or more of the following applies:
    ​       ​     - The individual is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection.
    ​       ​     - Acquiring COVID-19 will limit the individual’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to their well-being and survival.
    ​       ​     - Providing adequate and timely COVID care will be particularly challenging as a result of the individual’s disability.

    Individuals on the Inyo County Registration list will be alerted when additional populations become eligible for vaccine. Please make sure to sign up to stay informed: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfxml4iOjuCy2dwsppYDHK-bpCbZA2uU0lM699zlVtllE7o5Q/viewform
  • Kern County
    https://kernpublichealth.com/
    Beginning April 5, 2021, eligibility expanded to all Kern Residents 16 and older

    As of March 15, 2021, in Phase 1C –Expanded to include:
    ​     - Essential Workers
    ​     - Seniors 65+
    ​     - Education and Child Care Workers
    ​     - Emergency Services (including Law Enforcement)
    ​     - And Food/Agriculture
    ​     - Persons 16-64 with severe health conditions such as:
    ​       ​     - Cancer, current weakened immune system
    ​       ​     - Chronic Kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
    ​       ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
    ​       ​     - Down Syndrome
    ​       ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
    ​       ​     - Pregnancy
    ​       ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​       ​     - Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
    ​       ​     - Severe obesity (BMI>40)
    ​       ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%
    ​     - Persons with developmental or other severe disabilities or illness if:
    ​       ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
    ​       ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
    ​       ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability
    ​     - Persons who live or work in congregate residential settings such as:
    ​       ​     - Incarceration/detention facility
    ​       ​     - Homeless shelter
    ​       ​     - Behavioral health facility
    ​       ​     - And people experiencing homelessness
    ​     - Persons who work in public transit, including bus, train, and commercial airlines

    Vaccine Schedule: https://kernpublichealth.com/covid-19-vaccine-schedule/

    Appointments can be made here if eligible: https://phweb.kerncounty.com/Html5Viewer/index.html?viewer=COVID19Vaccination#

    Website does not state which documentation is needed to verify your industry.
  • Kings County
    https://www.countyofkings.com/departments/health-welfare/public-health/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/covid-19-vaccine-information

    Starting April 15th, individuals 16 or older.

    As of April 1, 2021:
         - Individuals 50 or older
    ​     - OR Individuals that work in Kings County under the following sectors:
    ​       ​     - Healthcare workers
    ​       ​     - Food & ag workers
    ​       ​     - Education
    ​       ​     - And emergency services
    ​       ​     - Homeless shelters and congregate behavioral health settings
    ​     - Persons  16-64 with severe health conditions such as:
    ​       ​     - Cancer, current weakened immune system
    ​       ​     - Chronic Kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
    ​       ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
    ​       ​     - Down Syndrome
    ​       ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
    ​       ​     - Pregnancy
    ​       ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​       ​     - Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
    ​       ​     - Severe obesity (BMI>40)
    ​       ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%
    ​     - Persons with developmental or other severe disabilities or illness if:
    ​       ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
    ​       ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
    ​       ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability

    Press Release: https://www.countyofkings.com/home/showpublisheddocument?id=25729

    To schedule an appointment call (833)-422-4255 or sign up at https://myturn.ca.gov/

    ​To verify eligibility bring one of the following:
    ​     - Work ID
    ​     - Paystub
    ​     - Letter from your employer or other documentation identifying your workplace
  • Lake County
    http://health.co.lake.ca.us/Coronavirus/COVID-19_Data.htm

    Lake County’s vaccine clinic schedule:

    Mondays: 10 am-4 pm at Lakeport Auto Movies (52 Soda Bay Road, Lakeport)

    Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays: 10 am-4 pm at Redbud Park (14655 Lakeshore Drive, Clearlake)

    Now using leftover vaccines for 16+ schedule through MyTurn

    Vaccines are available for people who qualify:
    ​     - Lake County residents 65 and older, with proof of residence;
    ​     - Phase 1A eligible workers, with proof of employment and residence;
    ​     - Education and childcare workers, with proof of employment and residence;
    ​     - Food and Agricultural workers, with proof of employment and residence;
    ​     - And Emergency Services workers, with proof of employment and residence

    They will check ID and proof of employment at the entrance of the site.

    You will be turned away if you do not have an appointment or do not meet the criteria.

    Residents 65 and older, who do not have the ability to schedule online, can call 707-993-4644 for assistance.

    Lake County Farmworkers can call 707-262-4162, 707-262-4153 or 707-262-4159, Monday – Friday, 9-5 for assistance.
  • Lassen County
    https://lassencares.org/home-1
    Phase 1c.

    Currently Vaccinating:
    ​     - Healthcare workers
    ​     - And 65+

    Now vaccinating:
    ​     - Healthcare Personnel not included in phase 1a – tier1
    ​     - Law Enforcement
    ​     - Firefighters
    ​     - Police Officers
    ​     - County Jail employees
    ​     - Food Packing & Distribution Centers
    ​     - Agriculture
    ​     - Manufacturing
    ​     - Grocery Workers
    ​     - Teachers, School Staff & Childcare Providers
    ​     - US Postal Services Workers
    ​     - Public Transit Workers
    ​     - All other Essential Workers
    ​     - Transportation & Logistics
    ​     - Waste & Water
    ​     - Food Services
    ​     - Shelter & Housing (e.g., construction)
    ​     - Finance (e.g., Banker Tellers)
    ​     - Information Technology
    ​     - Communications
    ​     - Energy
    ​     - Legal
    ​     - Media
    ​     - Public Safety (e.g., Engineers)
    ​     - Public Health Workers
    ​     - And those:
    ​       ​     - Cancer, current weakened immune system
    ​       ​     - Chronic Kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
    ​       ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen dependent
    ​       ​     - Down Syndrome
    ​       ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
    ​       ​     - Pregnancy
    ​       ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​       ​     - Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
    ​       ​     - Severe obesity (BMI>40)
    ​       ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%
    ​     - Persons with developmental or other sever disabilities or illness if:
    ​       ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
    ​       ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
    ​       ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability

    Vaccine Schedule: https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/8d6d4276-21d3-45f9-8f79-a3d8db78ca1e/Vaccine%20Schedule%202.2.2021.pdf

    Make an appointment by calling 530-249-8628 or submit a vaccine request to www.lassencares.org

    Website does not state which documentation is needed to verify your industry.
  • Los Angeles County
    http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/vaccine/index.htm
    As of March 1st, LA County is in Phase 1A and 1B. This includes:
    ​     - Healthcare workers
    ​     - Staff & residents at skilled nursing facilities
    ​     - And staff & residents at long-term care facilities
    ​     - Also included are residents 65 and older
    ​     - Those in education and childcare
    ​     - Those providing emergency services
    ​     - And those in food & agriculture
    ​       ​     - For specifics on those in Food & Agriculture click here: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/docs/vaccine/Vaccinations_FoodAg.pdf

    NOW VACCINATING
    ​     - PHASE 1A
    ​       ​     - Healthcare Workers
    ​       ​     - Staff & Residents at Skilled Nursing Facilities
    ​       ​     - Staff & Residents at Long-Term Care Facilities

    ​     - PHASE 1B
    ​       ​     - LA County Residents 65 and Older – More info: webpage | PDF
    ​       ​     - Education and Childcare – More info: webpage | PDF
    ​       ​     - Emergency Services – More info: webpage | PDF
    ​       ​     - Food and Agriculture – More info: webpage | PDF
    ​       ​     - People with Serious Health Conditions/Disabilities – More info: webpage
    ​       ​     - People Who Live or Work in Congregate Living Spaces – More info: webpage
    ​       ​     - Janitorial, Custodial, and Maintenance Services – More info: webpage | PDF
    ​       ​     - Transportation and Logistics – More info: webpage

    Information on where to get the vaccine and what documentation is required is provided. In general, you must have a photo ID, proof that you live or work in LA County, and proof that you work in food or agriculture.

    You can book an appointment here: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/acd/ncorona2019/vaccine/hcwsignup/
  • Los Angeles County – City of Los Angeles
    This is an important message from the City of Los Angeles NotifyLA System.

    NEW COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW OPEN FOR:
    ​     - PEOPLE BETWEEN THE AGE OF 16-64 WITH CERTAIN HIGH-RISK HEALTH CONDITIONS OR DISABILITIES (NEWLY ELIGIBLE).
    ​     - ESSENTIAL WORKERS IN HEALTHCARE, EMERGENCY SERVICES, FOOD/AGRICULTURE, EDUCATION/CHILDCARE, AND JANITORIAL/CUSTODIAL SERVICES.
    ​     - ALL PEOPLE AGE 65 YEARS AND OLDER.

    AT CITY OF LOS ANGELES VACCINE SITES, INCLUDING USC UNIVERSITY PARK CAMPUS, CRENSHAW CHRISTIAN CENTER, LINCOLN PARK, SAN FERNANDO PARK, AND PIERCE COLLEGE.

    SUPPLY IS LIMITED, SIGN UP NOW AT: https://carbonhealth.com/covid-19-vaccines
    A list of those eligible in the healthcare, emergency services, education/childcare, and food/agriculture essential worker categories can be found here: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/acd/ncorona2019/vaccine/hcwsignup/
    People aged 16-64 with certain severe underlying health conditions or disabilities are now eligible for the vaccine. The list of those eligible for the vaccine can be found here: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/acd/ncorona2019/vaccine/hcwsignup/
    If you are 65 or older, have a disability, or do not have access to the internet and need assistance making your vaccination appointment, you can contact the County’s Call Center –– open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. –– at (833) 540-0473.

    The COVID vaccine is safe and effective in lowering the chance of death and severe illness from COVID-19. Vaccination is free and available to all Los Angeles County residents, regardless of immigration status.

    If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, you can sign up for a free COVID test here: coronavirus.lacity.org/testing
    You are not eligible for a vaccine unless you are symptom-free. If you have tested positive, you should wait 90 days from the date of the positive test to receive the vaccine. Please consult your healthcare provider if you have further questions.

    For more information on COVID vaccinations and a list of vaccine sites countywide, go to: vaccinatelacounty.com

    To sign up for alerts like this, go to: https://emergency.lacity.org/notifyla

    NotifyLA City of Los Angeles: https://emergency.lacity.org/notifyla

    NUEVAS CITAS PARA VACUNACIÓN CONTRA EL COVID-19 ESTÁN ABIERTAS PARA:
    ​     - PERSONAS DE 16 A 64 AÑOS DE EDAD CON CIERTAS CONDICIONES DE SALUD DE ALTO RIESGO O DISCAPACIDADES (AHORA ELEGIBLES).
    ​     - TRABAJADORES ESENCIALES DE SALUD, SERVICIOS DE EMERGENCIA, ALIMENTOS/AGRICULTURA, EDUCACIÓN/CUIDADO INFANTIL, Y DE LIMPIEZA/MANTENIMIENTO.
    ​     - PERSONAS DE 65 AÑOS O MÁS EN LOS SITIOS DE VACUNACIÓN DE LA CIUDAD DE L.A, INCLUYENDO EN USC UNIVERSITY PARK CAMPUS, CRENSHAW CHRISTIAN CENTER, LINCOLN PARK, SAN FERNANDO PARK, Y PIERCE COLLEGE.

    LA CITAS ESTÁN LIMITADAS, REGÍSTRESE AHORA EN: https://carbonhealth.com/covid-19-vaccines

    La lista de trabajadores esenciales que son elegibles en los sectores de salud, servicios de emergencia, educación/cuidado infantil y alimentos/agricultura se encuentra aquí: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/acd/ncorona2019/vaccine/hcwsignup/

    Personas de 16-64 años con ciertas condiciones de salud subyacentes severas o discapacidades, ahora son elegibles para vacunarse. La lista de personas en esta categoría que son elegibles se encuentra aqui: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/acd/ncorona2019/vaccine/hcwsignup/

    Si usted tiene 65 años de edad o más, tiene una discapacidad o no tiene acceso al internet y necesita ayuda para hacer su cita de vacunación, puede comunicarse con el centro de llamadas del condado de 8 de la mañana hasta las 8:30 de la noche al (833) 540-0473.

    La vacuna COVID-19 es segura y efectiva en reducir la probabilidad de muerte o enfermedad grave del COVID-19. La vacuna es gratuita y disponible para todos los residentes del condado de Los Ángeles, sin importar su estatus migratorio.

    Si tiene síntomas de COVID-19, puede registrarse para obtener una prueba de COVID gratis aquí: coronavirus.lacity.org/testing

    No es elegible para vacunarse si tiene síntomas de COVID-19. Las personas que tuvieron una prueba positiva de COVID-19 en los últimos 90 días deben esperar para hacer una cita para vacunarse. Por favor consulte a su proveedor de cuidado de la salud si tiene más preguntas.

    Para más información sobre la vacuna COVID-19 y una lista de sitios de vacunación en todo el condado, visite vaccinatelacounty.com

    Para registrarse para recibir avisos como este, visite https://emergency.lacity.org/notifyla

    NotifyLA City of Los Angeles: https://emergency.lacity.org/notifyla

    Click here for more information on this alert: https://member.everbridge.net/453003085619167/notif/L6LLLCEiW
  • Los Angeles County – City of Long Beach
    http://www.longbeach.gov/health/diseases-and-condition/information-on/coronavirus/vaccines/

    As of March 25th, 2021, the City of Long Beach is offering the vaccine to anyone 50 or older. View press release

    The City of Long Beach is in Phase 1A and Phase 1B, Tier 1. This includes:
    ​     - Healthcare workers
    ​     - Long-term care residents and staff
    ​     - Those 65 and older
    ​     - Emergency services
    ​     - Education and childcare
    ​     - And food and agriculture employees

    Also eligible now are those:
    ​     - Residents 16-64 years of age with physical or developmental disabilities
    ​     - Janitorial and Custodial Services
    ​     - And Residents 16-64 Years of Age with Underlying Medical Conditions

    You can view update on the city’s vaccine strategy and learn when it is your turn at: http://www.longbeach.gov/health/diseases-and-condition/information-on/coronavirus/vaxlb/
  • Los Angeles County – City of Pasadena
    https://www.cityofpasadena.net/public-health/covid-19-vaccine/

    The City of Pasadena is in Phase 1A. Phase 1B is being vaccinated as supplies allow.

    Included in Phase 1A are:
    ​     - Healthcare workers
    ​     - Long-term care residents and staff

    Phase 1B includes:
    ​     - People ages 65 and older

    Vaccine schedule now includes those working in:
    ​     - And food and agriculture

    ​     - Education & childcare

    Also eligible now are those:
    ​     - Residents 16-64 years of age with physical or developmental disabilities
    ​     - Janitorial and Custodial Services
    ​     - And Residents 16-64 Years of Age with Underlying Medical Conditions

    Appointments should be scheduled through your employer if they are administering the vaccine. If f you cannot get vaccinated through your employer or healthcare provider, call our Citizen Service Center at (626) 744-7311. Pasadena residents who have a certified disability or are at least 60 years of age without access to a vehicle can contact Pasadena Dial-A-Ride at (626) 744-4094 to arrange transport.

    You can also visit the LA County Department of Public Health (LACDPH) website, VaccinateLACounty.com, for appointment availability: http://www.publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/vaccine/index.htm?fbclid=IwAR0xS69XJkKbYAqJr14oFmt11LkrtHeApmrOQz2qKiq3qi9yi4Os3j1kI1I Keep in mind, if you receive your first dose at a distribution site managed by LACDPH, you will need to receive your second dose through LACDPH as well.
  • Madera County
    https://www.maderacounty.com/government/public-health/covid-19/covid-vaccination

    Currently eligible populations are:
    ​     - Ages 65 +
    ​     - Health Care Workers (age 16+)
    ​     - Long-Term Care staff and residents (age 16+)
    ​     - Medical first responders (age 16+)
    ​     - Emergency Services (age 16+)
    ​     - Food & Agriculture (age 16+)
    ​     - Educational Institutions (age 16+)
    ​     - Licensed Childcare – (age 16+)

    Vaccinations are now available for individuals 18 – 64 with the following conditions are now eligible for the vaccine:
    ​     - Cancer
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease
    ​     - Immunocompromised from solid organ transplant
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Severe obesity
    ​     - Developmental disability
    ​     - High-risk disability
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus
    ​     - Heart condition
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Down syndrome
    ​     - Chronic kidney disease
    ​     - And transportation and logistics
    ​     - Industrial, commercial, residential
    ​     - Sheltering facilities and services
    ​     - And critical manufacturing employees
    ​     - Also eligible are those who are incarcerated or homeless.

    You will need to register for a vaccination appointment. You can register here: https://www.maderacounty.com/government/public-health/covid-19/covid-vaccination

    Bring proof of eligibility to your appointment:
    ​     - Age
    ​     - Address
    ​     - Verification of Eligibility

    Questions? Call 311.
  • Marin County
    https://coronavirus.marinhhs.org/vaccine

    UPDATED 3/2/21: Groups currently eligible for vaccine include:
    ​     - Phase 1A groups:
    ​       ​     - Healthcare workers
    ​       ​     - And residents of residential care facilities for the elderly
    ​     - Marin County residents age 65 & older
    ​     - Marin County residents who work in the following industries:
    ​       ​     - Education
    ​       ​     - Childcare
    ​       ​     - Foodservice
    ​       ​     - Agriculture
    ​       ​     - And emergency services

    Vaccinations are now available for individuals 18 – 64 with the following conditions are now eligible for the vaccine:
    ​     - Cancer
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease
    ​     - Immunocompromised from solid organ transplant
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Severe obesity
    ​     - Developmental disability
    ​     - High-risk disability
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus
    ​     - Heart condition
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Down syndrome
    ​     - Chronic kidney disease
    ​     - And transportation and logistics
    ​     - Industrial, commercial, residential
    ​     - Sheltering facilities and services
    ​     - And critical manufacturing employees
    ​​     - Also eligible are those who are incarcerated or homeless.

    Marin Public Health is working in partnership with local hospitals, healthcare facilities, clinics, and pharmacies to establish multiple vaccination sites. Visit https://coronavirus.marinhhs.org/vaccine/status and click on a provider to learn more about who can access the vaccine and how to make an appointment.
  • Mariposa County
    http://www.mariposacounty.org/2466/COVID-19-Vaccination

    Mariposa County is currently working through those:
    ​     - 65 years and older
    ​     - And Phase 1B occupations

    Vaccinations are now available for individuals 18 – 64 with the following conditions are now eligible for the vaccine:
    ​     - Cancer
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease
    ​     - Immunocompromised from solid organ transplant
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Severe obesity
    ​     - Developmental disability
    ​     - High-risk disability
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus
    ​     - Heart condition
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Down syndrome
    ​     - Chronic kidney disease
    ​     - And transportation and logistics
    ​     - Industrial, commercial, residential
    ​     - Sheltering facilities and services
    ​     - And critical manufacturing employees
    ​​     - Also eligible are those who are incarcerated or homeless.

    To get the vaccine, you must fill out this form to be placed on the contact list. Filling out the form will put you on the contact list for vaccines. This is not scheduling your vaccine appointment. That will come later, as each Phase and Tier becomes eligible: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=fCdnJLfxW0qLdexgCSM17lXbsjwkAmVKlpPwkl1gWP5UODdLVTY3RlhLMk5PRk5VVU1VRUxaMEhFQi4u&wdLOR=c8CE75B4F-D4FF-44A3-A425-3498103822FA

    The vaccine is only being administered by appointments at this time. The County is working hard to reach out to those who are currently eligible to get them scheduled. The County is working with partners at John C. Fremont, Yosemite Medical Clinic, and Pioneer Pharmacy and will continue to offer vaccinations in other locations throughout the county.

    If you want an update on where we currently are in the age groups, please call (209) 966-1133 and listen to the whole recording for the most up-to-date details.

    An ID will be required for vaccinations.
  • Mendocino County
  • Merced County
    https://vaccinatemercedcounty.com/
    1B, Tier 1

    Testing is available to all Merced County residents.

    No walk-ins for testing available

    April 6th and April 9th appointments for Johnson & Johnson

    Launched a “Vaccine Finder” tool in an effort to better connect residents with COVID-19 vaccine options. The new tool takes the form of an interactive map where users can search for available vaccination clinics in their area by using filters to narrow results: https://mercedcounty.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=04940290a9224e4ca5833e9272263411

    11 vaccine sites: https://www.co.merced.ca.us/3436/Testing-Locations
    Register by calling 1-888-634-1123 or online https://www.lhi.care/covidtesting
  • Modoc County
    https://publichealth.co.modoc.ca.us/covid-19_information/index.php

    All Modoc County Residents 18 years and older.

    COVID-19 vaccine: https://publichealth.co.modoc.ca.us/covid-19_information/covid-19_vaccine/index.php

    To make an appointment if eligible, call 530-233-1350 or 530-640-3171 or https://myturn.ca.gov/

    Website does not state which documentation is needed to verify your industry.
  • Mono County
    https://coronavirus.monocounty.ca.gov/pages/vaccinations

    Mono County is currently vaccinating populations in Phase 1A and Phase 1B, Tier 1. This includes:
    ​     - Acute & healthcare staff
    ​     - SNF/assisted living facility staff/residents
    ​     - EMT’s
    ​     - Paramedics
    ​     - Dialysis center stall
    ​     - Home health and in-home supportive services
    ​     - Public health
    ​     - Primary care staff
    ​     - FQHC’s & urgent care clinics
    ​     - Dental/oral health workers
    ​     - Lab workers
    ​     - Pharmacy staff
    ​     - And specialty clinics.

    Also included are those:
    ​     - 65 and older
    ​     - Workers in:
    ​       ​     - Education
    ​       ​     - Childcare
    ​       ​     - Food and Agriculture
    ​       ​     - Fire
    ​       ​     - Law enforcement
    ​       ​     - And emergency services

    Vaccinations are now available for individuals 18 – 64 with the following conditions are now eligible for the vaccine:
    ​     - Cancer
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease
    ​     - Immunocompromised from solid organ transplant
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Severe obesity
    ​     - Developmental disability
    ​     - High-risk disability
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus
    ​     - Heart condition
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Down syndrome
    ​     - Chronic kidney disease
    ​     - And transportation and logistics
    ​     - Industrial, commercial, residential
    ​     - Sheltering facilities and services
    ​     - And critical manufacturing employees
    ​​     - Also eligible are those who are incarcerated or homeless.

    To schedule an appointment, you can visit My Turn: https://myturn.ca.gov/or https://vaccinefinder.org/
  • Monterey County
    https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/health/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-covid-19

    As of April 15, all Monterey County Residents age 16 years or older will be eligible to make an appointment for Covid-19 vaccination.

    As of April 1, 2021:
    ​     - Residents age 50 years or older
    ​     - Education and childcare workers
    ​     - Emergency services
    ​     - And food and agriculture workers are eligible to receive vaccinations.
    ​     - Persons 16-64 with severe health conditions such as:
    ​       ​     - Cancer, current weakened immune system
    ​       ​     - Chronic Kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
    ​       ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
    ​       ​     - Down Syndrome
    ​       ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
    ​       ​     - Pregnancy
    ​       ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​       ​     - Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
    ​       ​     - Severe obesity (BMI>40)
    ​       ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%
    ​     - Persons with developmental or other severe disabilities or illness if:
    ​       ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
    ​       ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
    ​       ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability

    COVID-19 Vaccine Timeline: https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/health/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-covid-19/2019-novel-coronavirus-covid-19-vaccines#Tier2

    Book an appointment if you are eligible: https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/health/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-covid-19/vaccination-registration

    Phase 1A, Tier 1 Workers, need to show photo ID and one of the following:
    ​     - Employee badge with name and photo OR
    ​     - Professional License AND a photo ID OR
    ​     - Signed letter from employer on facility letterhead AND a photo ID OR
    ​     - Signed child care provider verification form on organization letterhead AND a photo ID, OR
    ​     - Payment stub from healthcare provider with your name AND a photo ID

    Residents of long-term care facilities need to provide a medical face sheet or LIC610

    Monterey County residents 65 and older must show proof of age:
    ​     - Driving license
    ​     - A ID or REAL ID
    ​     - Social Security card
    ​     - Military ID
    ​     - Passport
    ​     - Medical document/records from medical provider, clinic, or doctor
    ​     - Membership card for a seniors only organization that shows current age
    ​     - Any official document that includes name and date of birth
    ​     - Documentation of Residency is NOT required
  • Napa County
    https://www.countyofnapa.org/3096/COVID-19-Vaccines
    Napa County is Phase 1a, tier 1-3, and individuals 65+, with a priority given to those 75+. For definitions for Phase/Tiers eligibility, click here: https://covid19.ca.gov/vaccines/#When-can-I-get-vaccinated

    Vaccinations are now available for individuals 18 – 64 with the following conditions are now eligible for the vaccine:
    ​     - Cancer
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease
    ​     - Immunocompromised from solid organ transplant
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Severe obesity
    ​     - Developmental disability
    ​     - High-risk disability
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus
    ​     - Heart condition
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Down syndrome
    ​     - Chronic kidney disease
    ​     - And transportation and logistics
    ​     - Industrial, commercial, residential
    ​     - Sheltering facilities and services
    ​     - And critical manufacturing employees
    ​​     - Also eligible are those who are incarcerated or homeless.

    Napa County’s vaccination efforts are available for those who either live or work in Napa County. For more information on how and where to make an appointment, click here: https://www.countyofnapa.org/3096/COVID-19-Vaccines
  • Nevada County
    https://www.mynevadacounty.com/3148/Get-Vaccine-Information
    Nevada County is currently vaccinating all populations in Phase 1A, all Tiers, and only those 65 and older in Phase 1B, Tier 1.

    Now included in the vaccination schedule are workers in:
    ​     - Education and childcare
    ​     - Emergency services
    ​     - And food and agriculture

    Vaccinations are now available for individuals 18 – 64 with the following conditions are now eligible for the vaccine:
    ​     - Cancer
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease
    ​     - Immunocompromised from solid organ transplant
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Severe obesity
    ​     - Developmental disability
    ​     - High-risk disability
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus
    ​     - Heart condition
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Down syndrome
    ​     - Chronic kidney disease
    ​     - And transportation and logistics
    ​     - Industrial, commercial, residential
    ​     - Sheltering facilities and services
    ​     - And critical manufacturing employees
    ​​     - Also eligible are those who are incarcerated or homeless.

    To get an appointment, you must sign up with My Turn: https://myturn.ca.gov/. My Turn is where you can find out if it is your turn to get vaccinated and schedule vaccination appointments. If it is not your turn yet, you can register to be notified when you become eligible.

    You can text VACCINE INFO to 898211 to receive text messages with updates on vaccine eligibility in Nevada County.
  • Orange County
    https://occovid19.ochealthinfo.com/covid-19-vaccine-resources
    As of 3/3/2021, OC is vaccinating Phase 1A populations (all tiers). See 1A populations here https://occovid19.ochealthinfo.com/covid-19-vaccination-distribution

    Phase 1B, Tier 1 populations, which includes:
    ​     - Education
    ​     - Food Service, Grocery and Agriculture Workers
    ​     - Child Care Providers
    ​     - Emergency Services

    Vaccinations are now available for individuals 18 – 64 with the following conditions are now eligible for the vaccine:
    ​     - Cancer
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease
    ​     - Immunocompromised from solid organ transplant
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Severe obesity
    ​     - Developmental disability
    ​     - High-risk disability
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus
    ​     - Heart condition
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Down syndrome
    ​     - Chronic kidney disease
    ​     - And transportation and logistics
    ​     - Industrial, commercial, residential
    ​     - Sheltering facilities and services
    ​     - And critical manufacturing employees
    ​​     - Also eligible are those who are incarcerated or homeless.

    For information on the vaccine, distribution click here https://occovid19.ochealthinfo.com/covid-19-vaccine-distribution-channels

    How to get vaccinated: Individuals who live or work in Orange County, CA, can register online through www.Othena.com to view available appointments and to keep informed with upcoming availability.

    What should I bring to my appointment?
    ​     - Bring a valid photo identification and verification of your appointment through Othena.
    ​     - Proof of Orange County residence or employment is required.
    ​     - Healthcare workers must present an employee badge, letter from their employer, or other documentation or proof of their occupation.

    No payment is required to get vaccinated.
  • Placer County
    https://www.placer.ca.gov/coronavirus/vaccine

    Placer County is currently vaccinating those populations in Phase 1. This includes those who work in:
    ​     - Acute care
    ​     - Psychiatric and correctional facility hospitals
    ​     - Skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and similar settings for older or medically vulnerable individuals.

    Also, in concordance with ACIP, residents in these settings:
    ​     - Paramedics, EMTs, and others providing emergency medical services
    ​     - Dialysis centers
    ​     - Intermediate care facilities for persons who need non-continuous nursing supervision and supportive care
    ​     - Home health care and in-home supportive services
    ​     - Community health workers
    ​     - Public health field staff
    ​     - Primary Care clinics, including Federally Qualified Health Centers
    ​     - Rural Health Centers
    ​     - Correctional facility clinics
    ​     - And urgent care clinics.

    Also included are:
    ​     - Individuals 65 and older
    ​     - Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:
    ​       ​     - Education
    ​​       ​     - Childcare
    ​​       ​     - Emergency services
    ​​       ​     - And food and agriculture

    Vaccinations are now available for individuals 18 – 64 with the following conditions are now eligible for the vaccine:
    ​     - Cancer
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease
    ​     - Immunocompromised from solid organ transplant
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Severe obesity
    ​     - Developmental disability
    ​     - High-risk disability
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus
    ​     - Heart condition
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Down syndrome
    ​     - Chronic kidney disease
    ​     - And transportation and logistics
    ​     - Industrial, commercial, residential
    ​     - Sheltering facilities and services
    ​     - And critical manufacturing employees
    ​​     - Also eligible are those who are incarcerated or homeless.

    For appointment information for eligible groups, click here: https://www.placer.ca.gov/vaccineclinics
  • Plumas County
    https://www.plumascounty.us/2761/COVID-19-Vaccine

    Plumas County is currently vaccinating Phase 1b Tier 1.

    Beginning March 15, healthcare providers may use their clinical judgment to vaccinate individuals age 16-64 who are deemed to be at the very highest risk for morbidity and mortality from COVID-19 as a direct result of one or more of the severe health conditions included in this provider bulletin. For more information, please click here: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Provider-Bulletin-2-12-21.aspx

    The Vaccination Data is currently under construction and will be updated by Monday, 3/8/21, by end of business.
  • Riverside County
    https://www.rivcoph.org/coronavirus

    Still in purple tier but moving closer to red tier

    Vaccinating now:
         - healthcare workers
    ​     - long-term care residents
    ​     - persons age 65 years and older
    ​     - workers in education and childcare
    ​     - workers in food and agriculture
    ​     - workers in emergency services

    Vaccinating next:
    ​     - Individuals 16-64 years of age and have underlying health condition or disability which increase their risk of severe COVID-19

    8 vaccine sites: https://www.rivcoph.org/COVID-19-Vaccine-with-Registration
  • Sacramento County
    https://www.saccounty.net/COVID-19/Pages/CoronavirusVaccine.aspx

    As of April 15, all Sacramento County Residents 16 and older

    As of April 1, 2021:
    ​     - All Sacramento County residents aged 50 and older
    ​     - Law Enforcement & Emergency Services
    ​     - Child Care
    ​     - Education
    ​     - Foodservice workers
    ​     - Agriculture
    ​     - And licensed caregivers

    Sac County Residents aged 16-64 with the following health conditions:
    ​     - Cancer, current weakened immune system
    ​     - Chronic Kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
    ​     - Down Syndrome
    ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
    ​     - Severe obesity (BMI>40)
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%

    Persons with developmental or other severe disabilities or illness if:
    ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
    ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
    ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability

    To see if you are eligible and appointment information:
    https://dhs.saccounty.net/PUB/Pages/Communicable-Disease-Control/Vaccine-Registration-for-Eligible-Individuals-in-Sacramento-County.aspx

    Must bring to appointment:
    ​     - Any form of ID with name and birthday
    ​     - Work ID or other form of employment verification if you qualify due to your job
    ​     - US Citizenship or legal residency is NOT required
  • San Benito County
    https://hhsa.cosb.us/covid-19-vaccine-info/

    Currently vaccinating Phase 1B Tier 1:
    ​     - 65+
    ​     - Education & Childcare
    ​     - Emergency services
    ​     - Food and Agriculture workers

    COVID-19 Vaccine Schedule:  ​https://hhsa.cosb.us/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/01-22-2021-San-Benito-County-Vaccine-Schedule-Final-English.pdf

    Complete the form on this page only if you live in San Benito County to be contacted for an appointment: https://myturn.ca.gov/

    Website does not state which documentation is needed to verify your industry.
  • San Bernardino County
    https://sbcovid19.com/vaccine/
    As of 2/25/2021, San Bernardino County is vaccinating those in Phase 1A, Tiers 1 – 3, and Phase 1B, Tier 1 (fire, police, education, food & agriculture, and childcare only). For details on each phase, click here: https://sbcovid19.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2021/02/Phases-of-Vaccine-Delivery_1920×1080_r17v2.png

    Vaccinations are now available for individuals 18 – 64 with the following conditions are now eligible for the vaccine:
    ​     - Cancer
    ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease
    ​     - Immunocompromised from solid organ transplant
    ​     - Sickle cell disease
    ​     - Severe obesity
    ​     - Developmental disability
    ​     - High-risk disability
    ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus
    ​     - Heart condition
    ​     - Pregnancy
    ​     - Down syndrome
    ​     - Chronic kidney disease
    ​     - And transportation and logistics
    ​     - Industrial, commercial, residential
    ​     - Sheltering facilities and services
    ​     - And critical manufacturing employees
    ​​     - Also eligible are those who are incarcerated or homeless.

    Vaccination locations and registration information is available here: https://sbcovid19.com/vaccine/locations/#load

    Please review each vaccination site listing for appointment eligibility. Appointments are available to San Bernardino County residents and employees who work in eligible job classifications. Do not attempt to register if you do not meet the vaccination site qualifications. Appointments are Park and Walk-In.

    If you need assistance with scheduling a vaccination appointment, residents of San Bernardino County may call (909) 387-3911 or email: coronavirus@DPH.sbcounty.gov
  • San Diego County
    https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/hhsa/programs/phs/community_epidemiology/dc/2019-nCoV/vaccines.html

    As of 02/27/21, the County of San Diego is only vaccinating people who live or work in San Diego County AND are part of one of the following groups:
         - healthcare workers
         - long-term care residents
         - persons age 65 years and older
         - workers in education and childcare
         - workers in food and agriculture
         - workers in emergency services

    What do you need to bring:
         - Bring proof of address (SD County: mortgage bill or home utility bill)
         - Bring proof of employment in eligible sector (paycheck stub or employee ID card)
         - Caregivers need Letter from the San Diego Regional Center (SDRC): https://www.sdrc.org/

    Vaccinations are scheduled by day: https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/hhsa/programs/phs/community_epidemiology/dc/2019-nCoV/vaccines/COVID-19-VaxEvents/Vaccinations-Schedule.html
  • San Francisco County + San Francisco City
    https://sf.gov/covid-19-vaccine-san-francisco

    As of April 14, 2021:
         - People 16 years and older (for people under 18 not all sites will have vaccines, check when you book),
         - Essential Workers
         - Education and Child Care Workers
         - Emergency Services (including Law Enforcement)
         - And Food/Agriculture
         - Persons 16-64 with severe health conditions such as:
           ​     - Cancer, current weakened immune system
           ​     - Chronic Kidney disease, stage 4 or above
           ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
           ​     - Down Syndrome
           ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
           ​     - Pregnancy
           ​     - Sickle cell disease
           ​     - Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
           ​     - Severe obesity (BMI>40)
           ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%
         - Persons with developmental or other severe disabilities or illness if:
           ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
           ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
           ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability

    COVID-19 Vaccine Information: https://sf.gov/covid-19-vaccine-san-francisco

    Book an appointment here for city-run sites and local pharmacy – or book with your private healthcare provider: https://sf.gov/get-vaccinated-against-covid-19

    You may be asked for:
         - Photo ID
         - Proof of address, if using a drop-in site limited by zip code (such as a utility bill)
         - Proof of eligibility (such as a paystub or doctor’s note)

    If you do not have these documents, you may be asked to fill out an attestation form when you arrive to get your vaccine (see example): https://sf.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Sample-COVID-19-Vax-Eligibility-Attestation-2021.03.11.pdf
  • San Joaquin County
    https://sjready.org/events/covid19/vaccines.html#clinics

    San Joaquin County is currently vaccinating Phase 1A (healthcare workers, long-term care residents). Also eligible for vaccinations AS SUPPLIES ALLOW are those 65 and older, food and agriculture workers, those in education and childcare, and those in emergency services.

    Beginning March 15, healthcare providers may use their clinical judgment to vaccinate individuals age 16-64 who are deemed to be at the very highest risk for morbidity and mortality from COVID-19 as a direct result of one or more of the severe health conditions included in this provider bulletin: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Provider-Bulletin-2-12-21.aspx

    For information on where vaccinations are available and to make an appointment, click here: https://sjready.org/events/covid19/vaccines.html
  • San Luis Obispo County
    https://www.recoverslo.org/en/covid-19-vaccines-in-slo-county.aspx

    SLO County is currently vaccinating those in Phase 1A and Phase 1B. These groups include healthcare and community health workers and long-term care residents and staff. Also included are those 65 and older.

    Now included in the vaccination schedule are workers in:
         - Education and childcare
         - Emergency services
         - And food and agriculture.

    Beginning March 15, healthcare providers may use their clinical judgment to vaccinate individuals age 16-64 who are deemed to be at the very highest risk for morbidity and mortality from COVID-19 as a direct result of one or more of the severe health conditions included in this provider bulletin: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Provider-Bulletin-2-12-21.aspx

    For more detail on these groups and for information on making an appointment, visit: https://www.recoverslo.org/en/when-and-where-can-you-get-vaccinated.aspx#Phase-1a-Vaccinating-NOW

    What to bring to your appointment – your vaccine screening form / formulario de examen para vacunas and documents showing you are eligible. You can download a vaccine screening form here: https://www.recoverslo.org/en/vaccine-registration.aspx#Be-Prepared
  • San Mateo County
    https://www.smchealth.org/covidvaccine

    San Mateo County is currently vaccinating members of Phase 1A and 1B as vaccine supply allows, in keeping with the State’s guidance. Click here for specific groups in each phase: https://covid19.ca.gov/vaccines/#When-can-I-get-vaccinated

    Food and agriculture workers are included in Phase 1B.

    Beginning March 15, healthcare providers may use their clinical judgment to vaccinate individuals age 16-64 who are deemed to be at the very highest risk for morbidity and mortality from COVID-19 as a direct result of one or more of the severe health conditions included in this provider bulletin: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Provider-Bulletin-2-12-21.aspx

    Vaccine is actively coming to San Mateo county and being routed to healthcare organizations and pharmacies. Most San Mateo County residents will receive the vaccine from their primary care provider or pharmacy. Contact your health care provider for the most accurate and up-to-date information about when and how you can expect to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments might not immediately be available; check back regularly as more access becomes possible. For residents who do not have a provider and would like to enroll in a health plan, please click here. Health insurance is available regardless of immigration status through a combination of Federal, State, and County programs. Call (650) 616-2002 to speak to an enrollment counselor.
  • Santa Barbara County
    https://publichealthsbc.org/vaccine/

    Currently vaccinating Phase 1B Tier 1
         - Education & childcare
         - Emergency Services
         - Food/grocery and Agriculture workers

    12 vaccine sites: https://publichealthsbc.org/vaccine-appointments-65/

    No phone number to call to schedule vaccine- must go to individual location websites
    No information on required documentation
  • Santa Clara County
    https://www.sccgov.org/sites/covid19/Pages/home.aspx

    As of April 14, 2021, County Residents 16 and older.

    As of March 15, 2021, in Phase 1C –Expanded to include:
         - Essential Workers
         - Seniors 65+
         - Education and Child Care Workers
         - Emergency Services (including Law Enforcement)
         - And Food/Agriculture
         - Persons 16-64 with severe health conditions such as:
           ​     - Cancer, current weakened immune system
           ​     - Chronic Kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
           ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
           ​     - Down Syndrome
           ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
           ​     - Pregnancy
           ​     - Sickle cell disease
           ​     - Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
           ​     - Severe obesity (BMI>40)
           ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%
         - Persons with developmental or other severe disabilities or illness if:
           ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
           ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
           ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability

    COVID-19 Vaccine Information: https://www.sccgov.org/sites/covid19/pages/covid19-vaccine-information-for-public.aspx

    Book an appointment here if eligible: https://www.sccgov.org/sites/covid19/Pages/COVID19-vaccine-information-for-public.aspx#appointment – sites are based on eligibility.

    Documents below are accepted for proof of eligibility.

    Proof that lives in County
         - Government-issued ID (current or expired)
         - Utility bill
         - Rental agreement
         - Library card
         - Postmarked letter
         - Vehicle registration or insurance
         - Letter from landlord
         - Court document showing name and address
         - Letter or document from a faith-based organization, shelter, or non-profit institution with the name/address of issuing organization
         - Membership card such as union, YMCA, store club card, fitness center, etc.
         - Lease agreement, utility bill, or other document providing address and name of individual that live with and letter from that individual that they live with you

    Examples of proof that work in County
         - Work ID
         - Paystub showing work address
         - Letter from employer showing work address and that you work for them
         - Letter from union showing work address and that you work for them
         - Letter or document from a faith-based organization, shelter, or non-profit institution with the name/address of issuing organization
  • Santa Cruz County
    https://www.santacruzhealth.org/HSAHome/HSADivisions/PublicHealth/CommunicableDiseaseControl/CoronavirusHome/Vaccine.aspx

    Santa Cruz County is currently in Phase 1A and 1B. This includes:
         - Acute & healthcare staff
         - SNF/assisted living facility staff/residents
         - EMT’s
         - Paramedics
         - Dialysis center stall
         - Home health and in-home supportive services
         - Public health
         - Primary care staff
         - FQHC’s & urgent care clinics
         - Dental/oral health workers
         - Lab workers
         - Pharmacy staff and specialty clinics

    Also included are those:
         - 65 and older
              - Workers in:
                – Education
                - Childcare
                - Food and agriculture
                - Fire
                - Law enforcement
                - And emergency services

    Beginning March 15, healthcare providers may use their clinical judgment to vaccinate individuals age 16-64 who are deemed to be at the very highest risk for morbidity and mortality from COVID-19 as a direct result of one or more of the severe health conditions included in this provider bulletin: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Provider-Bulletin-2-12-21.aspx

    Most residents will receive their vaccines through their medical provider, and residents should contact their doctor or clinic for more information. The Public Health Division will distribute vaccine through our local vaccine plan. View the plan: https://www.santacruzhealth.org/Portals/7/pdfs/coronavirus/2020.12.7_FINAL%20C19%20Vax%20Template%20for%20Santa%20Cruz%20County.pdf
  • Shasta County
    https://www.co.shasta.ca.us/ready/covid-19/vaccinations

    Workers in restaurants, grocery stores, and food banks are now eligible for vaccination.

    To see the Shasta County Vaccination Locations and to get appointment information here: https://www.co.shasta.ca.us/ready/covid-19/vaccinations

    For more information, Call 211 for frequently asked questions about coronavirus, or email: COVID19@co.shasta.ca.us
  • Sierra County
    http://sierracounty.ca.gov/616/About-Vaccine-for-COVID-19

    Sierra County is currently vaccinating all residents 18 years or older regardless of medical conditions.

    To schedule an appointment Call (530) 993-6700 OR Email: covid19@sierracounty.ca.gov
    Provide the information:
         - First name
         - Last name
         - Date of birth
         - Age
         - Occupation
         - Phone number
         - Email Address
         - Community of residence
  • Siskiyou County
    https://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/publichealth/page/covid-19-vaccine-information

    Now eligible for vaccination are Individuals 16-64 with underlying health conditions.

    Beginning March 15, healthcare providers may use their clinical judgment to vaccinate individuals age 16-64 who are deemed to be at the very highest risk for morbidity and mortality from COVID-19 as a direct result of one or more of the severe health conditions included in this provider bulletin: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Provider-Bulletin-2-12-21.aspx

    Please check this page: https://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/publichealth/page/covid-19-vaccine-information regularly for updates regarding SCPH vaccination clinics or visit CalVax Providers: https://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/publichealth/page/covid-19-calvax-providers to see other options for receiving the vaccine.

    You must complete a Pre-Vaccination form. To download the form, click here: https://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/sites/default/files/fileattachments/public_health/page/23221/ph_20210119_covid-19_vaccine_packet.pdf

    For questions or concerns, please call (530) 841-2134 or email phinfo@co.siskiyou.ca.us.
  • Solano County
    https://www.solanocounty.com/depts/ph/coronavirus_links/covid_19_vaccines.asp

    Vaccine phas1B, tier1
         - Seniors age 65-74
         - Emergency services
         - School districts in session, childcare, adult day care (staff only)
         - Farm, grocery store, restaurant workers

    Vaccine sites:
         - 1235 Stratford Ave, Dixon: https://mhealthsystem.com/1258solano
         - 2401 Waterman Dr, Fairfield: https://mhealthsystem.com/1127solano
         - 2090 Harbison Dr, Vacaville: https://mhealthsystem.com/1109solano
         - 774 Admiral Callaghan Lane, Vallejo: https://mhealthsystem.com/0989solano
         - 122 Robles Dr, Vallejo: https://mhealthsystem.com/1631vallejo
  • Sonoma County
    https://socoemergency.org/emergency/novel-coronavirus/

    Starting April 15th, individuals 16 or older.

    As of April 1, 2021:
         - Individuals 50 years or older
         - Education & Childcare
         - Food & Agriculture Workers
         - Emergency Services
         - Grocery/Restaurant workers

    AND as of March 15, 2021, in Phase 1C –Expanded to include:
         - Essential Workers
         - Seniors 65+
         - Education and Child Care Workers
         - Emergency Services (including Law Enforcement)
         - And Food/Agriculture
         - Persons 16-64 with severe health conditions such as:
           ​     - Cancer, current weakened immune system
           ​     - Chronic Kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
           ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
           ​     - Down Syndrome
           ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
           ​     - Pregnancy
           ​     - Sickle cell disease
           ​     - Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
           ​     - Severe obesity (BMI>40)
           ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%
         - Persons with developmental or other severe disabilities or illness if:
           ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
           ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
           ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability

    Vaccine Distribution: https://socoemergency.org/emergency/novel-coronavirus/vaccine-information/vaccine-distribution/

    Book an appointment if you are eligible https://socoemergency.org/emergency/novel-coronavirus/vaccine-information/clinics/

    Website does not state which documentation is needed to verify your industry.
  • Stanislaus County
    http://schsa.org/coronavirus/vaccine/

    Stanislaus County is currently in Phase 1A and 1B. This includes:
         - Acute & healthcare staff
         - SNF/assisted living facility staff/residents
         - EMT’s
         - Paramedics
         - Dialysis center stall
         - Home health and in-home supportive eservices
         - Public health
         - Primary care staff
         - FQHC’s & urgent care clinics
         - Dental/oral health workers
         - Lab workers
         - Pharmacy staff
         - And specialty clinics.

    Also included are those:
         - 65 and older
         - Workers in:
                – Education
                - Childcare
                - Food and Agriculture
                - Fire
                - Law enforcement
                - And emergency services

    Beginning March 15, healthcare providers may use their clinical judgment to vaccinate individuals age 16-64 who are deemed to be at the very highest risk for morbidity and mortality from COVID-19 as a direct result of one or more of the severe health conditions included in this provider bulletin: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Provider-Bulletin-2-12-21.aspx

    Stanislaus County Public Health’s COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics will be open for individuals identified in Phase 1A, Seniors aged 65 and older, and individuals age 50 and over who are identified in Phase 1B. Vaccines are available to Stanislaus County Residents only. If you reside in a different county but work in Stanislaus County, you may be eligible to receive the vaccine if your job falls under the current Phases. Proof of employment is checked by self-certification. For a list of acceptable Proof of residence, click here: http://schsa.org/coronavirus/vaccine/pdf/proof-of-residence.pdf

    For vaccination locations, visit: http://schsa.org/coronavirus/vaccine/The list is updated every Friday
  • Sutter County + Yuba County
    https://www.suttercounty.org/doc/coronavirus/coronavirusVaccine

    Yuba and Sutter County-sponsored clinics are now open to vaccinate the following groups:
         - Phase 1A:
             Who work in Yuba-Sutter Counties
                – Direct healthcare workers
                – And residents of long-term care facilities

         - Phase 1B
             Who work in Yuba-Sutter Counties
                – Food/Agriculture
                – Education/Childcare
                – And Emergency Service Workers who are 18 years and older

             Who live in Yuba-Sutter Counties
                – As well as persons aged 65 years and older

    Beginning March 15, healthcare providers may use their clinical judgment to vaccinate individuals age 16-64 who are deemed to be at the very highest risk for morbidity and mortality from COVID-19 as a direct result of one or more of the severe health conditions included in this provider bulletin: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Provider-Bulletin-2-12-21.aspx

    To register for an appointment, visit: https://www.suttercounty.org/doc/coronavirus/coronavirusVaccine/CoronavirusVaccineRegistration
  • Tehama County
    https://www.tehamacohealthservices.net/covid-19/covid-vaccine/

    To schedule appointments, click here: https://myturn.ca.gov/
    Does not specify proof of eligibility or residency
  • Trinity County
    https://www.trinitycounty.org/COVID19-Vaccine

    Currently vaccinating:
         - 65+
         - Emergency services workers
         - Education and childcare
         - And food/agriculture workers
         - And on a limited basis individuals aged 16-64 who have:
                – Cancer, current weakened immune system
                – Chronic Kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
                – Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
                – Down Syndrome
                – Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
                – Pregnancy
                – Sickle cell disease
                – Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
                – Severe obesity (BMI>40)
                – Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%
                – Persons with developmental or other severe disabilities or illness if:
                ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
                ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
                ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability

    Trinity County Press Release: https://www.trinitycounty.org/sites/default/files/Health%20%26%20Human%20Services/Documents/Public_Health/COVID-19%20Press%20Release%203.15.21.pdf

    Go to the myturn website to get appointments: https://myturn.ca.gov/

    Website does not state which documentation is needed to verify your industry.
  • Tulare County
    https://covid19.tularecounty.ca.gov/covid-19-vaccine/

    Tulare County is currently in Phases 1A (all Tiers) and 1B (Tier 1). This includes:
         - Acute & healthcare staff
         - SNF/assisted living facility staff/residents
         - EMT’s
         - Paramedics
         - Dialysis center stall
         - Home health and in-home supportive services
         - Public health
         - Primary care staff
         - FQHC’s & urgent care clinics
         - Dental/oral health workers
         - Lab workers
         - Pharmacy staff and specialty clinics

    Also included are those:
         - 65 and older
         - Workers in:
                – Education
                - Childcare
                - Food and Agriculture
                - Fire
                - Law enforcement
                - And emergency services

    Beginning March 15, healthcare providers may use their clinical judgment to vaccinate individuals age 16-64 who are deemed to be at the very highest risk for morbidity and mortality from COVID-19 as a direct result of one or more of the severe health conditions included in this provider bulletin: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Provider-Bulletin-2-12-21.aspx

    Vaccination appointments are NOW available at the International Agri-Center in Tulare for March 4, 2021 – VERY LIMITED, 80 appointments. All vaccinations are by appointment ONLY. No walk-ups. Tulare County Public Health has partnered with Curative to operate this vaccination clinic for those currently eligible. To make your appointment, visit: https://curative.com/sites/25678

    For more information contact: 2-1-1 or 1-800-283-9323
  • Tuolumne County
    https://www.tuolumnecounty.ca.gov/1317/COVID-Vaccine

    Now taking 45+ in addition to phase 1B

    Website does not list vaccination sites.

    If you meet the current eligibility criteria, you must complete a vaccine inquiry interest form: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=f7_iN8RLhUCeCq6rg_E6Hg1TRUz5AN9Fh5_US45ucbRUNUpEMk1MQ0Y1QkcwMjY3TE5YS1hHUkZaUi4u&wdLOR=c23BE3026-1E20-4B02-959A-FCFD353DA4F3

    Public Health staff will follow up once vaccine is available.

    Proof of eligibility is required.

    Proof of Tuolumne County residence or employment is required
  • Ventura County
    https://www.venturacountyrecovers.org/

    Tier 1 Phase 1A

    All 1st dose vaccination appointments are now full (3/3/21)

    Appointments open on Monday mornings at 7 am online: https://www.venturacountyrecovers.org/vaccine-information/portal/ and 8 am on the phone 805-477-7161
  • Yolo County
    https://www.yolocounty.org/government/general-government-departments/health-human-services/adults/communicable-disease-investigation-and-control/novel-coronavirus-2019/coronavirus-vaccine

    As of April 13, 2021:
         - Residents 16+
         - Child Care/education
         - Emergency services
         - Food and Agriculture workers
         - Age 16-64 with severe health conditions or disabilities
         - Congregate Living
         - Public Transit
         - And Airport Workers for commercial airlines

    As of March 15, 2021, in Phase 1C –Expanded to include:
         - Essential Workers
         - Seniors 65+
         - Education and Child Care Workers
         - Emergency Services (including Law Enforcement)
         - Janitorial Services
         - And Food/Agriculture
         - Persons 16-64 with severe health conditions such as:
           ​     - Cancer, current weakened immune system
           ​     - Chronic Kidney disease, Stage 4 or above
           ​     - Chronic pulmonary disease, oxygen-dependent
           ​     - Down Syndrome
           ​     - Solid-organ transplant, leading to a weakened immune system
           ​     - Pregnancy
           ​     - Sickle cell disease
           ​     - Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies (does not include high blood pressure)
           ​     - Severe obesity (BMI>40)
           ​     - Type 2 diabetes mellitus with hemoglobin A1c level greater than 7.5%
         - Persons with developmental or other severe disabilities or illness if:
           ​     - Person is likely to develop severe life-threatening illness or death from COVID-19 infection
           ​     - COVID-19 infection will limit a person’s ability to receive ongoing care or services vital to well-being and survival
           ​     - Providing adequate, timely COVID-19 care will be particularly challenging due to the person’s disability

    Vaccine Eligibility Descriptions: https://www.yolocounty.org/Home/ShowDocument?id=68437

    Book an appointment here if you are eligible: https://www.yolocounty.org/government/general-government-departments/health-human-services/adults/communicable-disease-investigation-and-control/novel-coronavirus-2019/coronavirus-vaccine

    For Restaurants, managers should fill out this form ONCE: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScAor5we1ecdDx67jo0AXfcHQJya4rFOC67QKIjDN-0KTf4CQ/viewform

 

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