When can I get the COVID-19 vaccine?

As of April 15th, 2021 all Californians aged 16 and up are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Find out how and where to get vaccinated here.  

View your county below to find out more from your local public health department, such as vaccination sites near you or how to get notified when you can to receive the vaccine. 

Getting Vaccinated with your Insurance Provider

Kaiser

  • Kaiser members 16 and older are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine
  • Sign in online to check vaccine status or schedule an appointment

Sutter

  • Sutter patients 16 and older can go online, log in to My Health Online, or call 844-987-6115 to schedule a vaccine appointment

John Muir Health

  • John Muir Health will contact its patients via MyChart message, email, text message or phone call to schedule an appointment, currently vaccinating age 65 and older. Patients encouraged to sign up for a MyChart account by visiting the MyChart sign up information page.

Stanford Health Care

  • Eligible Stanford Health Care patients with a MyHealth account can sign up for their first dose online. Learn more about eligibility requirements and sign up here

Other Locations 

CVS and Rite Aid

Select CVS and Rite Aid pharmacy locations are also accepting appointments for vaccines. For CVS, go here, and for Rite Aid, click here

VaccineFinder is a free, online service where users can search for providers and pharmacies that offer vaccinations. Find COVID-19 Vaccines near you here

Bay Area 


Alameda

| COVID-19 | Alameda County Public Health

  • Get notified when a vaccine is available and information on location and timing: Alameda County Resident Vaccine Notification Form
  • A mass vaccination site is open at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. To make an appointment for the Coliseum site, go to California's vaccine appointment website: MyTurn.ca.gov, or call 833-422-4255. The Coliseum site will be open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and will operate for at least eight weeks, vaccinating up to 6,000 people a day.

Berkeley

City of Berkeley's Health Department is operating a mass vaccination site at the foot of Buchanan Street in Albany near Golden Gate Fields. Click here for updates on how to make an appointment. You can also click here to receive vaccine notifications from Berkeley Public Health.

Contra Costa 

Get Vaccinated | Coronavirus

Marin

COVID-19 Vaccine

Napa

COVID-19 Vaccination

  • Napa County's COVID-19 Vaccine Interest form is now closed, for vaccine registration go to myturn.ca.gov

San Francisco

COVID-19 vaccine in San Francisco

San Mateo

COVID-19 Vaccination

  • County residents need to contact their healthcare provider or enroll in a health plan to receive the vaccine
  • Sign up for San Mateo's vaccine notification tool here

Santa Clara

COVID-19 Vaccine Information for the Public - Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) - County of Santa Clara

  • County residents need to contact their healthcare provider or enroll in a health plan to receive the vaccine 

Solano

COVID-19 Vaccines

  • County residents need to contact their healthcare provider or enroll in a health plan to receive the vaccine
  • Sign up for notifications through Solano County's vaccine interest form here

Sonoma 

Sonoma County COVID-19 Vaccine Information

  • County residents need to contact their healthcare provider or enroll in a health plan to receive the vaccine   

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles COVID-19 Vaccine information

  • LA County residents can visit the Department of Public Health here to make an appointment, sign up for a vaccine newsletter and learn more about the vaccine.

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