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Updated COVID-19 Vaccine Availability (03/04/2024)

The updated 2023-24 COVID-19 vaccine is recommended for all people 6 months and older. It must be administered at least two months after the patient’s last COVID-19 vaccine.

Not all primary care sites have vaccine available. 

Most adults will have access to the updated COVID-19 vaccine at no cost through their insurance. 

Vaccination Locations

Retail Pharmacy Vaccination Sites in Marin

Find a pharmacy vaccination location near you using the VaccineFinder tool on Search by age, location, and brand, and the tool will show your options and direct you to book an appointment. If you do not have health insurance, look for providers marked "Bridge Access Program Participant."

You can also call 1-800-232-0233 (TTY 1-888-720-7489) for help finding your nearest retail pharmacy offering COVID-19 vaccines.

  • Check with your provider to see what vaccines they have available.


Primary Care Clinics in Marin


Point Reyes and Bolinas Community Health Centers, Petaluma Health Center (formerly Coastal Health Alliance)

  • Patients with private insurance such as Anthem/Blue Cross, Meritage, United Health Care, SCAN have access to COVID-19 vaccines through local pharmacies. We have a small amount of COVID-19 vaccines for patients with Medi-Cal, all children under age 3, and for patients who do NOT have insurance. Please note vaccine supply may change weekly.
  • Locations: Point Reyes Station, Bolinas
  • Call to learn more:   707-559-7500
  • URL:
  • URL:

Kaiser Permanente

  • Serving ages 6 months and older.
  • Locations: San Rafael and Novato
  • COVID-19 vaccines are only available to Kaiser members.
  • For more information check the Kaiser COVID-19 website.
  • Members can call 1-866-454-8855 (TTY 711) to make a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.

Ritter Center

  • Serving ages 18+, low-income, uninsured, or people experiencing homelessness.
  • Location: San Rafael
  • Call to learn more: 415-457-8182 ext. 111
  • URL:


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. The service is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:0 pm.

For help getting to a vaccine appointment, contact the Marin Aging & Adult Information and Assistance Line, available Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm: 415-473-INFO (415-473-4636)

Transportation Options for the Homebound and Adults with Disabilities


Bay Area Mobile Medical Group

Contact: 415-578-4983 or email                 

Payment: There is no fee if the patient is eligible for Medicare Part B.

No insurance? There is an out-of-pocket fee of $250, which will be billed after the visit.

Copay will be determined by the insurance. Patient eligibility will be checked before making a schedule. The referring person/patient will be notified for any co-pay.

Kaiser Permanente Members

Members can call Kaiser Permanente’s transportation provider at 1-877-930-1477 (TTY 711) at least 3 business days (Monday through Friday) before an appointment, or as soon as possible for urgent last-minute appointments.

Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)

Is also available through Vivalon with a medical provider’s authorization; for additional information:

Contact: 415-419-2608; visit Vivalon’s Non-Emergency Medical Transportation;  or e-mail

Marin Transit’s Marin Access Mobility Management Center

Provides specialized transportation, including paratransit and medical rides throughout Marin County and other parts of the Bay Area for seniors and individuals with mobility issues.

Contact 415-454-0902 or visit Marin Access. First time use requires a completed application, but thereafter, you may schedule a ride as needed.  Email:

West Marin Residents

Can obtain transportation information on the Vivalon website.

Contact: 415-755-1800 or email to sign up and schedule a trip.

Residents may also call the West Marin Medical CenterCall 415-663-1082 about possible home visits.

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. 

If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, talk to your healthcare provider, or visit the CDC’s Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.

Call the California CDPH Call Center at 1-833-422-4255 for help making a vaccination appointment.

For help getting to a vaccination appointment, contact the Marin Aging & Adult Information and Assistance Line, available Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm: 415-473-INFO (415-473-4636).

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



Other Bay Area Locations

Looking for vaccination option outside of Marin County? Many vaccination providers in the Bay Area list appointments in the MyTurn appointment system, 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 able to search for vaccination sites by ZIP code and schedule an appointment online.


For more information