Vaccine and Testing Info

See below for information on COVID-19 testing and vaccines.

Para información en español:
Información sobre la Vacuna de COVID-19


  1. Vaccine Info

    Get vaccinated—it’s safe, effective, and free

    Appointments are available for all residents age 12 and up through the state’s My Turn system. Schedule an appointment at myturn.ca.gov or call 833-422-4255. 

    For step-by-step directions on scheduling a vaccination appointment, click here for English and here for Spanish.

    If you have questions or need assistance navigating this process, call the Joint Information Center at 707-441-5000.

    Many local pharmacies are offering COVID-19 vaccine in partnership with the county and federal government. Most pharmacies allow walk-ins, but please call ahead to confirm. Go to vaccines.gov or text your ZIP code to 438829 to check availability at participating pharmacies, or click on the individual links below.

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    Additional Doses

    Additional doses of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are available for those who are immunocompromised 28 days after they complete the initial series. An additional dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine is recommended for immunocompromised individuals to achieve full protection from the vaccine series. People are encouraged to talk to their health care provider about whether an additional dose is appropriate for them. For more information about additional doses of COVID-19 vaccine, go to cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/recommendations/immuno.html.

    Boosters

    Residents who completed a two-dose Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine series at least 6 months ago are eligible for a booster dose if they are in one of the following groups:

    • people 65 years and older and residents in long-term care settings should receive a booster.
    • people aged 50–64 years with certain underlying medical conditions should receive a booster.
    • people aged 18–49 years with certain underlying medical conditions may receive a booster, based on their individual benefits and risks
    • people aged 18-64 years who are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of occupational or institutional setting may receive a booster, based on their individual benefits and risks.

    For more information about COVID-19 vaccine boosters, go to cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/booster-shot.html.


For additional testing and vaccine resources, visit northcoasttestingpartnership.org.

What to do after your COVID test (PDF): English | Spanish