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COVID-19 Vaccination Information

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

Find out who’s eligible right now, who’s up next, how to request an appointment, and more. Please note that each provider may have different eligibility requirements and may NOT be vaccinating your industry. 

  • Vaccinations are in high demand. But you can find out when it’s your turn to get one. Sign up at or call (833) 422-4255 and schedule your appointment, or get notified when appointments are available in your area.

  • The Placer County Public Health Division is currently conducting vaccine clinics for people who live OR work in Placer County who are:
    • Health care workers in Phase 1A priority groups (Tiers 1-3)
    • Aged 50 and older
    • Education, childcare, emergency services and food/agriculture workers (sector details; more information)
    • Persons 16-64 with certain high-risk medical conditions.

  • ​​​​​​Starting April 1, Sacramento County Public Health has updated the eligibility fo​r COVID-19 vaccinations to those 50 years old and older who live in Sacramento County and is in alignment with the State.

    The following individuals are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination in Sacramento County:
    -Sacramento County residents aged 50 and older
    -Sacramento County residents aged 16 to 64 with certain health conditions
    -Individuals employed in Sacramento County in the following sectors:
    -Childcare and Education
    -Emergency Services Workers
    -Food and Agriculture
    -Health Care
    -Individuals who reside or work in a high risk congregate residential setting, such as an incarceration/detention facility, homeless shelter, or behavioral health facility. This -includes all people experiencing homelessness.
    -Public transit workers, including airport and commercial airline workers (but not private airplanes)

    SacRT is offering free rides on your vaccine appointment days! Just show the bus driver your COVID-19 appointment confirmation.

  • You can get vaccinated a few different ways in Yolo County: at a county clinic (when available and with an appointment), with a healthcare provider or at a pharmacy.

    Yolo County is currently vaccinating residents that:
    -Work in healthcare in Phase 1A (if you have not yet received your vaccine) AND live or work in Yolo County
    -Are 65 and older and live in Yolo County
    -Work in any of the industries in Phase 1B (janitorial, courier services, public transit, social work, disaster service, education, childcare, emergency services, or the food and agricultural industries) AND live or work in Yolo County
    -Individuals age 16 - 64 with severe health conditions

    Yolobus is offering free rides on your vaccine appointment days! Just show the bus driver your COVID-19 appointment confirmation.

  • CommuniCare is currently vaccinating all CommuniCare patients who are eligible. Eligible patients include:

    –Adults 50 years of age and older
    -Health care workers in Phase 1A
    -Seniors 65+
    -Those working in education, childcare, emergency services, food and agriculture, janitorial services, social work, library (if exposed to students at work), massage therapy, disaster service, and courier services (for vaccines and emergency supplies).
    -Patients 16-64 with severe medical conditions or disabilities, individuals who live or work in congregate settings and public transit workers, including airport workers for commercial airlines.

    If you are a current CommuniCare patient who is now eligible, please contact your closest health center to schedule an appointment.
    -Davis Community Clinic (Davis): (530) 758-2060
    -Hansen Family Health Center (Woodland): (530) 405-2800
    -Salud Clinic (West Sacramento): (916) 403-2900

  • Kaiser Permanente is currently vaccinating people 50 and older, those 16 to 64 who are at high risk for severe COVID-19 due to underlying medical conditions, people who live or work in residential group settings, and those who work in:
    -Education and childcare
    -Food and agriculture
    -Emergency services
    -Health care and long-term care
    -Public transit, airports, and commercial airlines

  • Sutter Health is currently vaccinating Sutter Health patients who are eligible. Eligible patients include:
    -Patients age 50 and older.
    -Essential workers: Agriculture and food, education and childcare, emergency services and public transit/airport and commercial airlines.
    -Healthcare workers (verification required).
    -People age 16-49 with severe health conditions or disabilities.
    -Individuals who reside or work in congregate residential settings, including those experiencing homelessness.

  • UC Davis Health is currently vaccinating eligible groups based on state and federal guidelines.