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Get vaccinated against COVID-19
The health and safety of Marin County residents is our top priority. A COVID-19 vaccine is one of the most important tools to end the COVID-19 pandemic.
A safe, effective, no-cost COVID-19 vaccine will be available to everyone in Marin County. Getting vaccinated can prevent you from getting the virus. It can also protect those around you from getting infected.
Vaccines are free to people who live in Marin.
You do not need insurance to get the vaccine.
If you live in Marin you can get a vaccine, regardless of your immigration status.
You can ride the bus or train to and from your vaccination appointment for free. Just show your appointment confirmation to the driver.
People who are age 12 & older. The consent of a parent or legal guardian may be needed for those between the ages of 12 and 17 to receive a vaccination.
If you are eligible, sign up for an appointment to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Lost vaccination cards
The California Department of Public Health offers a new Digital COVID-19 vaccine record, available at myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov. You can use this tool to request a digital copy of your COVID-19 vaccine record.
If you have questions about the vaccine, talk to your healthcare provider. Or, review our frequently asked questions.
Still have questions? Need accommodations?
Call the California COVID-19 Hotline at 1-833-422-4255 with a general COVID-19 question or to get help making a vaccination appointment. They can help if you:
- Have a severe health condition or disability
- Use home care and/or personal assistance
- Use multi-lingual interpretation (including ASL)
- Have limited or no internet access
- Need help arranging transportation
The hotline is available Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat-Sun 8am-5pm.
Learn about how many people in Marin have received their first and second doses of the vaccine.
Vaccine Fact Sheets:
- Choosing Which Vaccine is Right For Me: English | Arabic | Armenian | Chinese Simplified | Chinese Traditional | Hmong | Khmer | Korean | Russian | Spanish | Tagalog | Thai | Vietnamese
- Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Benefits and Risks: English | Arabic | Armenian | Chinese Simplified | Chinese Traditional | Hmong | Khmer | Korean | Punjabi | Russian | Spanish | Tagalog | Thai | Vietnamese
- Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Risks and Benefits: English | Arabic | Armenian | Chinese Simplified | Chinese Traditional | Hmong | Khmer | Korean | Punjabi | Russian | Spanish | Tagalog | Thai | Vietnamese
- Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Risks and Benefits: English | Arabic | Armenian | Chinese Simplified | Chinese Traditional | Hmong | Khmer | Korean | Punjabi | Russian | Spanish | Tagalog | Thai | Vietnamese
News and updates
- Marin to Require Vaccine Verification for First Responders (Aug. 20)
- Vaccine Clinic Planned for 3rd Dose Eligible People (Aug. 19)
- Those With Weakened Immune Systems OK'd for 3rd Doses (Aug. 17)
- Another COVID-19 Death of Unvaccinated Resident (July 23)
- Marin Reaches 90% of Eligible Vaccine Recipients (June 22)
- Marin Launches Vaccine Incentive, Encourages All to Participate in State Lottery (June 9)
- Online Town Hall to Cover COVID-19 Next Steps (June 7)
- Health Officers Approve of Several Vaccinations at Same Time (May 28)
- Mass Vaccination Sites End on High Note (May 28)
- COVID-19 Death Illustrates Protection of Vaccine (May 20)
- Marin Shifts COVID-19 Call Center Support (May 19)
- Vaccinations of 12-to-15-year-olds Starts in Marin (May 13)
- Marin Poised to Vaccinate 12-to-15-year-olds (May 7)
- No Wait for Vaccine Appointments in Marin (Apr. 23)
- Community Clinic and Public Health Partner to Vaccinate Marin's Most Vulnerable (Apr. 19)
- Statement on Pause of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine (Apr. 13)
- Kaiser Permanente and County Public Health Create Vaccine Super Site (Apr. 12)
- B.1.1.7 COVID-19 Variant detected in Marin (Apr. 6)
- Vaccine Eligibility Expanding in Marin (Mar. 30)
- Public Health Officers Unified on Protection of Vaccine Brands (Mar. 15)
- Phone Line to Aid with Vaccination Appointments (Mar. 4)
- Marin to Begin Offering Vaccine to Educators, Other Essential Workers (Feb. 24)
- Drive-Through Vaccinations Coming to Marin (Feb. 18)
- COVID-19 Case Rates Drop in Senior Facilities Post-Vaccine (Feb. 15)
- Marin to Begin Vaccinations for Those 65 and Older (Feb. 11)
- Bay Area Public Health Leaders Urge Vaccination Prioritization (Feb. 3)
- Health Officials Cite Supply Challenges for Slow Vaccination Pace (Jan. 29)
- Vaccine Data Dashboard Launched (Jan. 22)