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COVID-19 Status Update for 03/03/2021

Marin County COVID-19 Status Update for March 3 new guidelines for youth and adult recreational sports and updated COVID-19 data.

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Who can be vaccinated?

Vaccination appointments from Marin County Public Health are currently available for the following groups:

  • Marin County -based Healthcare Workers
  • Age 65 & Older AND a resident of Marin County
  • Marin County essential workers who work in the following occupations:
    • Education workers
    • Childcare workers
    • Food Service workers (including restaurants, grocery stores, and food delivery)
    • Agriculture workers (including farms and ranches)
    • Emergency Services

 

DO NOT REGISTER FOR AN APPOINTMENT IF YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE.

Vaccine supplies are very limited and based on weekly allocations from the State of California. Those who fraudulently register take appointment slots away from the high-risk residents and endanger the community. If you are not yet eligible, please complete this interest form to be notified of when you are eligible to receive the vaccine.

 


Required Documentation

In order to be vaccinated at a Marin County Public Health vaccination site, you will need to show:

  1. Proof of identity, and
  2. Proof that you live OR work in Marin County, and
  3. Proof that you are in one of the eligible groups.

There are many ways to show that you are eligible to be vaccinated.  Below is an example list of documents that will be accepted.

You do not need to show a government issued ID and you do not need to be a US citizen to get a vaccine.

 

1) Proof of Identity:

Everyone seeking a vaccination will need to show proof of identity (ID).  Your ID must match the name on your vaccine appointment.  Example IDs include:

  • A legal photo ID (e.g., REAL ID, drivers license, passport, or other government issued photo ID)
    OR
  • A form of documentation with your name on it that matches the name on your appointment confirmation.
    1. Examples: driver’s license, work ID, library card, letter from your employer or school, bank/ATM cards, electrical bill, matricula consular, paystub, passport, money transfer receipt, etc.
    2. Please note that the document does not need to be a government-issued ID to receive a vaccine

 

2) Proof of Eligibility

When you check-in for your appointment, you must present documentation that establishes you meet the eligibility requirements to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.  An appointment alone does not guarantee vaccine: if you do not have eligibility documentation, you will be asked to return at a later time (no exceptions). In addition to providing evidence of your eligibility, you will be asked to sign an attestation at the time of your vaccine ensuring that you meet criteria. 

Please review required proof of eligibility before making an appointment:

 

65 & Older

You will need to show proof that you are a Marin County resident AND you are age 65 & older:

  • Proof of identity (see above)
  • Proof of Age (must be photo ID) examples:
    • Drivers License (foreign country or expired ID okay)
    • California ID card or REAL ID (from DMV)
    • Passport
    • Government issued photo ID (e.g., Military ID)
    • Consular ID (Matricula Consular)
  • Proof that you live in Marin County (must show Marin County address) examples:
    • Drivers License
    • California ID Card or REAL ID (from DMV)
    • Bill (e.g, utility, cable, mortgage, property tax, insurance)
    • Vehicle registration or insurance
    • Rend receipt or lease or letter from landlord
    • Tax, bank or insurance document
    • School, employment or court document.

 

Healthcare Worker

You must bring proof of identity (see above) and ONE of the sets of documentation listed below.

  • Active healthcare worker / employee badge with photo
    OR
  • Recent (within past 30 days) payment stub from Marin-based healthcare provider with your name
     OR
  • Letter from employer on company letterhead with your name

 

Food Service and/or Agriculture

You must provide the following documentation:

  • Proof of identity (see above)
  • Proof of eligibility: Provide ONE of the following
    • Proof of current employment in the Food and Agriculture sector (e.g., letter from employer, pay stub)
    • Proof of employment in the Food and Agriculture sector any time after Jan. 1, 2020 (e.g., letter from employer, pay stub).
    • Employers can provide letter on company letterhead identifying individual by name as an essential worker in the Food and Agriculture sector. 

 

Childcare

You must provide the following documentation:

  • Proof of identity (see above)
  • Proof of eligibility: Provide ONE of the following
    • Proof of current employment in the Child Care sector (e.g., letter from employer, pay stub)
    • Employers can provide letter on company letterhead identifying individual by name as an essential worker in the Childcare sector. 

 

Education

You must provide the following documentation:

  • Proof of identity (see above)
  • Proof of eligibility: Provide ONE of the following
    • School employment ID
    • Proof of current employment in the Education sector (e.g., pay stub)

 


Appointment Reminders...

  • Please make an appointment before going to the location.  Walk-ups are not allowed.
  • Only make an appointment for one session.  You will make your second dose appointment on-site, after your first shot is complete.
  • You will need to wear a face covering over your nose and mouth. This should be done before, during and after your vaccination.
  • Dress for easy access to your upper arm. You may want to wear a t-shirt or something similar under your coat. A warm coat is encouraged while your are waiting for your shot and during post-immunization observation times. It can be chilly at our vaccine locations.
  • Expect to stay 15 to 30 minutes after your vaccination. This is to monitor for any reactions (which is rare). This is routine and done for your protection.
  • Arrive NO EARLIER than 10 minutes before your appointment time.  Our vaccine process is very efficient and there is no need to show up really early. Showing up early does not guarantee an earlier injection time and creates longer waiting lines in our registration area.
  • If you have health insurance, please bring your insurance card.  Don't worry,  you will not have to pay for your vaccine.  Uninsured individuals are welcome.

 


By clicking an appointment button below, you confirm you have read the appointment reminders and meet the eligibility requirements stated above.

 

Available appointments - Marin Center:

Marin Center appointments are offed through MyTurn, which is operated by the State of California.  When you visit the site, you will need to complete a brief eligibility screening. If you are eligible, you will be shown any available appointments for Marin Center and other nearby vaccine sites.  We anticipate appointments will fill quickly given the high demand for vaccine.

 

Appointments for March 2-7 are now full.

 

 

 

Available appointments - Larkspur Ferry Terminal:

Larkspur Ferry Terminal appointments are offered in partnership with Curative and Golden Gate Bridge District. When you visit the appointment site, you will first select an available appointment time, then complete an eligibility screening.  If you are eligible, you will be able to complete your appointment reservation process.  We anticipate appointments will fill quickly given the high demand for vaccine.

 

Appointments for March 3-4 are available.

 

 

 

If you are unable to find an appointment today, we encourage you to visit our vaccination options webpage to view appointment options for other vaccine providers in Marin County.  Marin County Public Health releases new appointments on Friday afternoons.