Get the latest COVID-19 vaccine updates and find an approved vaccination site near you.
Optum California is committed to working with federal, state and local health officials to effectively distribute the COVID-19 vaccine to our patients.
We currently have locations that have been approved for vaccine distribution. Due to the limited supply of vaccine, we are unable to schedule appointments at this time.
We recommend signing up for My Turn (myturn.ca.gov) to check your eligibility and visiting your local health department pages to find distribution locations near you. As we receive the vaccine, we will reach out to you to schedule your appointment. In the meantime, please continue to follow proper precautions to reduce the risk of transmission.
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The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has revised its distribution guidelines as follows:
Continue vaccinating all persons in Phase 1a and 1b. In addition, eligibility now includes people who are:
Beginning April 15, 2021, every Californian age 16 and older will become eligible for COVID-19 vaccines.
Based on vaccine availability, your county or local health department may follow a different distribution plan and timeline. For information on your eligibility and for details on vaccine distribution locations and how to schedule an appointment, please select your county or city from the list below. New information is being provided daily so please check back often for any updates on when and where you can get vaccinated.
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All California residents can check their eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine by signing up for My Turn (myturn.ca.gov). If you’re not currently eligible or if there are no open appointments, you can sign up to be notified when it’s your turn.
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For California COVID-19 vaccine FAQs click here.
The vaccine can lower your chances of getting COVID-19.
The COVID-19 vaccine has been tested in clinical trials. It was approved because it can greatly lower the chances of getting COVID-19. Even if you do get COVID-19, experts believe that the vaccine will help protect you, so you don’t get really sick. Your body will be ready to fight the virus.
Help stop the pandemic.
Wearing a mask and social distancing are not enough to control the pandemic spread. Get the COVID-19 vaccine. We need to use all the tools we have to stop the pandemic. Even after getting the COVID-19 vaccine, wearing a mask, social distancing and handwashing will be still important.
COVID-19 is serious. People with COVID-19 are 10 times more likely to die than those with the flu. You can spread COVID-19 without looking or feeling sick. Getting the COVID-19 vaccine will help protect you from the virus.
All the COVID-19 vaccines being used have gone through rigorous studies to ensure they are as safe as possible.
Multiple COVID-19 vaccines are being developed.
It depends on the vaccine you get. There are several COVID-19 vaccines in Phase 3 clinical trials in the United States. Most need two shots to work.
Yes. According to the CDC, you need to wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth when:
Anyone who has trouble breathing or can’t remove a mask without help should not wear a mask.
To learn more, see CDC's updated guidance for people who have received the vaccine click here.
Not yet. There isn’t enough information right now to say if or when you can stop following CDC COVID-19 safety directions. Experts need to understand more about how COVID-19 vaccines work. Many things can affect what we need to do. For example, how many people get the vaccine and how the virus is spreading.
For a complete listing of our COVID-19 vaccine FAQ's click here.