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COVID-19 Status Update for 02/26/2021

Marin County COVID-19 Status Update for February 26 includes a new schedule for status updates; the “aloha spirit” at one of our vaccine sites; vaccine appointment support for the 75+; and updated COVID-19 data.

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Vaccination Options

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Marin Public Health is working in partnership with local hospitals, healthcare facilities, clinics and pharmacies to establish multiple vaccination sites. Click on a provider below to learn more about who can access vaccine and how to make an appointment. 

Marin County -based Vaccine Providers:

Public Health
Hospitals, Clinics & Medical Providers Serving Community Members
Pharmacies

Vaccine providers outside of Marin County:

 

All vaccinations are by appointment only; no walk-ins. Residents must seek first and second dose from the same provider (cannot get one dose from one provider and second dose from a different provider). Currently, Marin County is facing an extreme shortage of vaccine supply. Therefore, providers may not have available appointments for several weeks. Please continue to check this page for new listings as the situation remains fluid.

UPDATE 2/25: While more groups of Marin residents are now eligible to receive a vaccine anywhere in the Bay Area, vaccine appointments remain in limited supply. Vaccine providers remain challenged by limited allocations from state and federal sources. Measures are being taken to reserve doses for those at highest risk, and some health care providers may continue to prioritize vaccine for patients who are 65 and older and have not yet had an opportunity to be vaccinated. In addition, some large regional / national providers, such as commercial pharmacies, may be delayed in implementing Marin County's new prioritization.  On behalf of all vaccine providers, thank you for your patience as we begin opening appointments for essential workers very soon.


Marin Public Health

CURRENT STATUS:  Marin Public Health is offering vaccines for the following groups:

  • Marin County -based Healthcare Workers
  • Age 65 & Older AND a resident of Marin County
  • Essential workers 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

LOCATIONS:  Marin Public Health provides vaccinations by appointment-only at the following locations:

  • Marin Center
  • Larkspur Ferry Terminal (in partnership with Curative and Golden Gate Bridge District)

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Free public transit is offered by SMART for vaccine appointment holders to either the Civic Center or Larkspur train stations.  Marin Transit will offer a free shuttle to/from the train station to the nearby vaccine site.

NOTES:  UPDATE - New appointments are opened on Friday AfternoonsPlease do not call or email Marin Public Health to make an appointment. Continue to monitor this webpage for updates on when vaccines will be available for additional groups.

 


Kaiser Permanente

CURRENT STATUS: Kaiser Permanente (KP) in Marin County is ready to distribute vaccine to the following groups as it receives supply from the State: 

  • Healthcare Workers
  • Long-term care facility residents
  • People 65 years and older

KP Members age 65 and older: KP is contacting each Member who is 65 years and older when vaccine and appointments are available specifically for them.  When you are contacted, you will receive instructions on how to make an appointment. 

Phase 1A -Eligible KP Members (Healthcare workers, Long-Term Care Facility Residents): Please request a vaccine appointment by completing an e-visit on kp.org or through the or by calling Appointment and Advice Call Center (866-454-8855).

 


Sutter Health

CURRENT STATUS: Sutter Health in Marin County is vaccinating the following groups:

  • Healthcare Workers
  • People age 65 & older

NOTES:  Vaccinations are by appointment only; no walk-ins. New appointments go online mid-week. Non-Sutter patients are welcome, but must set-up an account online to sign-up for an appointment.  More information about Sutter Health's vaccine appointment options can be found at SutterHealth.org or by calling (844) 987-6115.

 


MarinHealth

CURRENT STATUS: MarinHealth Medical Center is vaccinating the following groups.

  • Healthcare workers
  • 65 & Older (Marin County -based patients)

NOTES:  MarinHealth Medical Network asks all patients to wait for notification on how to make an appointment (your doctor cannot schedule an appointment for you).  Please help keep clinic phone lines open and available for patients seeking care.  Marin County patients who are 75 & older are being contacted by MarinHealth to schedule appointments as doses become available. Vaccinations are by appointment only; no walk-ins. 

 


Costco Pharmacy

CURRENT STATUS:  In Marin County, Costco Pharmacy is vaccinating the following groups

  • Healthcare workers (eligible in Phase 1A) employed in Marin County
  • Marin County residents age 65 & older
  • Starting March 1, 2021 - Education, Childcare, and Food Service workers.

LOCATIONS OFFERING VACCINE:

  • Novato - 300 Vintage Way

NOTES: At this time, appointments cannot be made by calling your local store. Do not go to the store seeking a vaccination without an appointment. Appointments can be made online via Costco's online scheduler. 

 


CVS Pharmacy

CURRENT STATUS:  In Marin County, CVS Pharmacy is vaccinating the following groups

  • Staff and residents of long-term care facilities (part of federal Pharmacy Partnership Program)
  • Healthcare workers (eligible in Phase 1A).
  • Marin County residents age 65 & older

LOCATIONS OFFERING VACCINE:

  • San Anselmo - 880 Sir Francis Drake Blvd
  • San Rafael - (location coming soon!)

NOTES: At this time, appointments cannot be made by calling your local store. Do not go to a store seeking a vaccination without an appointment. Appointments can be made at CVS.com or through the CVS Pharmacy app. Anyone without internet access can call (800) 746-7287.  In addition to the San Anselmo location, CVS is offering vaccine at nearby Sonoma, San Francisco Richmond, and Rohnert Park stores. Appointments for all stores can be accessed through the same scheduling tool.

 


Rite Aid Pharmacy

CURRENT STATUS:  In Marin County, RiteAid Pharmacy is vaccinating the following groups:

  • Staff and residents of long-term care facilities
  • Healthcare workers (eligible in Phase 1A), including public health and pharmacy staff
  • Marin County residents age 65 & older

LOCATIONS OFFERING VACCINE: (RiteAid reports appointments are full)

  • Corte Madera - 431 Corte Madera Town Center
  • Mill Valley - 701 East Blithedale Ave.
  • San Rafael - 1500 Northgate Mall
  • San Rafael - 471 3rd Street

NOTES:  At this time, appointments cannot be made by calling your local store. Do not go to a store seeking a vaccination without an appointment. To schedule an appointment, visit RiteAid's Vaccine Scheduler.  In addition to the Marin -based locations listed above, RiteAid is offering vaccine at nearby Santa Rosa, Napa, Vallejo and Benicia stores.  Appointments for all stores can be accessed through the same scheduling tool.

 


Safeway Pharmacy

CURRENT STATUS: In Marin County, Safeway is offering vaccine to the following groups:

  • Healthcare Workers
  • People age 65 & older
  • Starting March 1, 2021 - Education, Childcare, and Food Service workers.

LOCATIONS OFFERING VACCINE: (Safeway reports appointments at all Marin locations are full)

  • Mill Valley -1 Camino Alto
  • Mill Valley - 110 Strawberry Village Blvd, Bldg 100
  • San Rafael - 950 Las Gallinas
  • Novato - 5720 Nave Drive

NOTES:  At this time, appointments cannot be made by calling your local store. Do not go to a store seeking a vaccination without an appointment.  As new appointments open, this page will be updated with new appointment links.  In addition to the Marin -based locations above, Safeway is offering vaccine at nearby Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa (Bennett Valley Rd.; Oakmont Dr.; Calistoga Rd.; Marlow Rd.; Mendocino Ave.; Yulupa Ave.) stores.

 


Walgreens Pharmacy

CURRENT STATUS: In Marin County, Walgreens is vaccinating the following groups:

  • Staff and residents of long-term care facilities (part of federal Pharmacy Partnership Program)
  • Healthcare workers (eligible in Phase 1A).
  • Marin County residents age 65 & older

LOCATIONS OFFERING VACCINE:

  • Mill Valley - 227 Shoreline Hwy
  • San Rafael - 155 Northgate One
  • San Rafael - 830 3rd Street
  • San Anselmo - 820 Sir Francis Drake Blvd

NOTES: At this time, appointments cannot be made by calling your local store. Do not go to a store seeking a vaccination without an appointment. To schedule an appointment, visit Walgreen's online scheduler.

 


FEMA & CalOES / Other Counties

In addition to Marin County -based vaccine sites, there are two large scale vaccine distribution centers that are open to some Marin County residents. Eligibility is determined by the operators of each site. Details for the sites below remain fluid: we will continue to update this page as new information becomes available.

FEMA & CalOES:

FEMA and the California Office of Emergency Services are operating a large scale Community Vaccination Center (CVC) in Oakland at RingCentral Coliseum.  This location was chosen due to its proximity and access to underserved communties.  The site offers both drive-through and walk-up vaccination options and the site can be accessed by BART and AC Transit lines.

  • Eligibility: You must live within a 50 mile radius of the Oakland CVC site AND be one of the following:
    • Health Care Workers
    • Persons ages 65+
    • Essential Workers in Food/Agriculture
    • Educators/Childcare Providers
    • Emergency Services Personnel
  • Appointment Access: In order to be vaccinated at this site, you must register through the state-run Myturn.ca.gov website or call 833-422-4255.  Appointments are required before arriving for vaccination: this site does not entertain walk-ups (drop-ins).

San Francisco Department of Public Health:

San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) and San Francisco Department of Emergency Management (SFDEM) are operating a large scale vaccine site at the Moscone Center in SF's SOMA neighborhood.  This site is walk-up only and can be accessed by BART, Golden Gate Transit and SF Muni lines.

  • Eligibility:  Currently, SFDPH and SFDEM are limiting vaccination appointments to people who live OR work in San Francisco.  You can be vaccinated if you live in Marin County and are employed in San Francisco as:
    • Healthcare worker (bring photo identification that proves current employment)
    • Education and childcare worker
    • Emergency services worker
    • Food and agriculture worker
  • Appointment Access: In order to be vaccinated at this site, you must register through the state-run Myturn.ca.gov website or call 833-422-4255.  Appointments are required before arriving for vaccination: this site does not entertain walk-ups (drop-ins).

The online MyTurn system also doubles as a notification system. Everyone is encouraged to register with the MyTurn system to be notified of when you're eligible to be vaccinated at a nearby large scale vaccine site.

 

 


Veterans Administration

CURRENT STATUS:  The VA is currently vaccinating the following groups:

  • Veterans living in VA long-term care facilities
  • VA health care personnel
  • Veterans age 65 & Older

NOTES: Vaccinations are available by appointment only at the San Francisco VA Medical Center and at Community-Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs). SFVAHCS is calling Veterans in high-risk categories to schedule them for COVID vaccine appointments.  Veterans who are age 65 years and older may also call to schedule a vaccination appointment after reviewing screening questions:

Continue to monitor the VA's vaccine webpage for more information, upcoming mass vaccination clinics or subscribe for VA vaccine updates.