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COVID-19 Status Update for 04/22/2021

Marin County COVID-19 Status Update for April 22 includes more pop-up vaccine locations around Marin County; and updated local COVID-19 data.

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Vaccine Sites

Marin Public Health is working with local hospitals, healthcare facilities, clinics and pharmacies to establish multiple vaccination sites for the general public.

Appointments required; no walk-ins. You must get your first and second dose from the same provider. You cannot get one dose from one provider and your second dose from a different provider.

 

All Vaccine Providers in Marin

Public Health

Hospitals, Clinics & Medical Providers

Pharmacies

Vaccine sites outside of Marin County

Get help

If you have questions about the vaccine, talk to your healthcare provider. 

For residents without internet access

Call (833) 641-1988 to get help making a vaccination appointment. You can call this number if you are age 16 & older and 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

For general information (no vaccine appointments can be made)

 


Marin Public Health

Vaccination groups

  • People who live or work in Marin County and are age 16 & older (people age 16 or 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian) 

Location(s)

Appointments required. New appointments are available on Friday afternoons. Please do not call or email Marin Public Health to make an appointment. 

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. The opening of new appointments varies, but new appointments tend to go online Fridays or Saturdays: see appointment page for details. Marin Public Health does not allow waiting lines for left-overs.

 


 

Kaiser Permanente

Vaccination groups

  • People who are age 16 & older (people age 16 or 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian)

Location(s)

Appointments required. Appointments are open to both Kaiser Permanente members and non-members. To make an appointment, use the “check availability” buttons or call 1-866-454-8855 (TTY 711). ​Kaiser also offers some appointments through the MyTurn Appointment system.

 

 


 

Sutter Health

Vaccination groups

  • People who are age 16 & older (people age 16 or 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian)

Location(s)

Appointments required; no walk-ins. New appointments are available mid-week. Non-Sutter patients are welcome, but you must create an online account to make an appointment. For more information about appointment options visit SutterHealth.org or call (844) 987-6115.

 


 

Costco Pharmacy

Vaccination groups

  • Healthcare workers employed in Marin County
  • People 50 years and older who live in Marin
  • Education and childcare workers
  • Food service and agricultural workers
  • Emergency services workers

Location(s)

  • Novato (get directions)  **Appointments at Costco in Novato are currently unavailable until April 15, but other nearby Costco locations are offering appointments.

Appointments required; no walk-ins. Appointments cannot be made by calling the local store. Check for availability and use their online scheduling tool to make an appointment. The opening of new appointments varies, but new appointments tend to go online on weekdays around 9:30am.

 


 

CVS Pharmacy

Vaccination groups

  • People who are age 16 & older

Location(s)

Appointments required; no walk-ins. Appointments cannot be made by calling the local store. Check for availability and use their online scheduling tool to make an appointment. For people without internet access, call (800) 746-7287.

Other nearby CVS locations offering vaccinations are Sonoma, Sebastopol, San Francisco, Richmond, and Rohnert Park. Appointments for those stores can be made through the same scheduling tool. The opening of new appointments varies, but new appointments tend to go online overnight on Sunday/Mondays or Friday/Saturdays. Some CVS locations allow waiting for leftovers, although waiting is not a guarantee for a vaccine: inquire with the individual store for details.

 


 

Golden Gate Pharmacy

Vaccination groups

  • People who live or work in Marin County and are age 16 & older (people age 16 or 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian)

Location(s)

Appointments required; no walk-ins. Appointments cannot be made by calling the local store. Check for availability and use their online scheduling tool to make an appointment.

 


 

Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy

Vaccination groups

  • People who live or work in Marin County and are age 16 & older (people age 16 or 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian)

Location(s)

Appointments required; no walk-ins. Appointments cannot be made by calling the local store. Check for availability and use their online scheduling tool to make an appointment.

 


 

Rite Aid Pharmacy

Vaccination groups

  • People who are age 18 & older

Location(s)

Appointments required; no walk-ins. Appointments cannot be made by calling the local store. Check for availability and use their online scheduling tool to make an appointment. 

Other nearby Rite Aid locations offering vaccinations are Santa Rosa, Napa, Vallejo, and Benicia. Appointments for those stores can be made through the same scheduling tool.

 


 

Safeway Pharmacy

Vaccination groups

  • People who are age 16 & older

Location(s) 

Each location has a scheduling tool. Click on the name of the location to check availability and make an appointment.

Appointments required; no walk-ins. Appointments cannot be made by calling the local store. Check for availability and use their online scheduling tools to make an appointment. 

Other nearby Safeway Pharmacy locations offering vaccinations are: 

 


 

Walgreens Pharmacy

Vaccination groups

  • People who are age 16 & older

Location(s)

Appointments required; no walk-ins. Appointments cannot be made by calling the local store. Check for availability and use their online scheduling tool to make an appointment. The opening of new appointments varies, but new appointments have gone online overnight on Fridays/Saturdays.

 


 

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.

Oakland Coliseum

California Office of Emergency Services -- in partnership with Alameda County Health Services and Contra Costa Department of Public Health -- 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.

Vaccination groups

  • UPDATE 4/14: Vaccinations are open to people who live OR work in Alameda or Contra Costa counties and are age 16 & older. 

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 take walk-ups (drop-ins).

 


 

San Francisco Moscone Center

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.

Vaccination groups

UPDATE 4/14: Vaccinations are open to people who live OR work in San Francisco and are age 16 & older. 

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 take 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

Vaccination groups

  • Veterans of all ages
  • Caregivers in the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers who care for Veterans in categories listed above
  • Starting soon: Additional groups eligible in the VA Vaccine Act of 2021:
    • veterans who are not eligible to enroll in the VA health care system
    • specified veterans who are eligible for hospital care, medical services, and nursing home care abroad
    • family caregivers who are approved as providers of personal care services for veterans under the VA's Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers
    • caregivers of veterans participating in the VA's Program of General Caregiver Support Services
    • caregivers of veterans participating in the VA's Medical Foster Home Program, Bowel and Bladder Program, Home Based Primary Care Program, or Veteran Directed Care Program

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 eligible to receive the vaccine can call to schedule a vaccination appointment at one of the following locations:

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

 


 

If you live in Marin County and are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, you can sign-up to be notified when you’re eligible based on the State vaccine priority list.