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COVID-19 Status Update for 09/30/2022

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Request for Mobile Vaccine

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Due to bivalent booster operations in the County’s nursing homes, Marin County Public Health will not be able to provide home-based vaccines until November 2022.  Please review other vaccine clinic options if you require a COVID-19 vaccine immediately.

If you would still like to schedule a visit, please complete this online form.  You will not be contacted until October to schedule an appointment. Marin County Public Health is prioritizing access for residents who are unable to leave home due to age or disability.  Home-based vaccinations require self-attestation that vaccine recipients meet homebound criteria as defined by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

  • Homebound individuals and their loved ones can request a visit to the home for vaccination. 
  • Healthcare providers can make a home vaccination referral on behalf of their patients. 
  • Community-based organizations and home health agencies can make a home vaccination referral on behalf of their clients. 
  • Long term care facilities can request on site mobile vaccination units for staff and residents.