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COVID-19 Status Update for 06/02/2023

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COVID-19 Vaccine



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The health and safety of Marin County residents is our top priority. A safe, effective COVID-19 vaccine is available to everyone.


Getting the Vaccine

Last updated 5/5/2023

The best protection from COVID-19 is staying up to date with the recommended vaccinations and boosters.

Everyone 6 months and older should get a COVID-19 vaccine. COVID-19 vaccination has many benefits and is one of the best ways to prevent getting seriously ill, being hospitalized, and dying.


Find COVID-19 Vaccines Near You

Who Can Get Vaccinated

The CDC recommends that everyone ages 6 years and older, whether they’ve received any original COVID-19 vaccines or not, get one updated bivalent vaccine, which protects against Omicron variants.

You can get a free COVID-19 vaccine from your healthcare provider, local pharmacies, or Marin County vaccination sites.


Stay Up to Date on COVID Vaccinations

A person is up to date with their vaccination if they have received all recommended vaccine doses and boosters for their age group.

Everyone aged 6 years and older must get a single dose of the updated bivalent COVID-19 vaccine (Moderna or Pfizer) to be considered up to date.

Children aged 6 months through 5 years must complete the initial COVID-19 vaccination primary series and get the bivalent booster, if eligible, to be considered up to date. Talk to your child’s healthcare provider if you have questions about what vaccines they are eligible for and if it’s time for a booster.


Recommendations for People Who May Get Additional Updated COVID-19 Vaccines

Some people may get additional doses of COVID-19 vaccines:

  • People aged 65 years and older may get one additional dose of COVID-19 vaccine four or more months after the 1st updated COVID-19 vaccine.
  • People with weakened immune systems may get one additional dose of updated COVID-19 vaccine two or more months after the first updated COVID-19 vaccine. Talk to your healthcare provider about additional updated doses.

Additional information on bivalent booster eligibility: English Flyer & Spanish Flyer

Types of COVID-19 Vaccines

Three COVID-19 vaccines are currently available in the United States:




Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) is no longer available.

Learn more about each type of vaccine.

UPDATE: Pfizer and Moderna Bivalent mRNA vaccines

As of April 18, 2023, original Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are no longer authorized by the FDA. The currently available Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are formulated as a bivalent vaccine that protects against the original COVID-19 strain and the new Omicron variants.


Get Help

If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines, talk to your healthcare provider, review CDC's frequently asked questions, or contact the California COVID-19 Hotline at 1-833-422-4255

Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL): 1-888-677-1199 or

Vaccination cards

We encourage you to use the Digital Vaccine Record available from the State of California.

Lost vaccination cards or vaccine corrections:

Did you receive your primary vaccinations from Marin County Public Health (MCPH)? If yes, MCPH can replace lost COVID-19 vaccination cards or make corrections to the COVID-19 immunization record. Request a replacement card or vaccination correction with the Vaccine Card Request Form.

If you did not receive your primary vaccinations from MCPH, we are not authorized to make any additions or corrections. Please contact the provider of your COVID-19 vaccination to get a replacement vaccine card or have your immunization record corrected.

If you wish to add to your records updated with vaccines received out-of-state or out-of-country, contact your primary healthcare provider or clinic to have it added to your California Record under Historical Immunizations.