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Find a Vaccine
COVID-19 vaccines are free and available to anyone who wants one. Marin Public Health is working with local healthcare providers, clinics and pharmacies to establish multiple vaccination sites in Marin County.
If you have questions about the vaccine, talk to your healthcare provider. Or visit the CDC’s Frequently Asked Questions page for information about COVID-19 vaccinations.
Call the California COVID-19 Hotline at 833-422-4255 to get help making a vaccination appointment or arranging transportation to a vaccination site.
Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL):
1-888-677-1199 or DIAL@n4a.org
Marin Public Health Vaccination Sites
Please use the map or filters below to find an ideal vaccination site near you. You can filter by vaccine type, eligibility age group, or drop-in and appointment availability. Appointment availability is updated at 10:30am, Monday through Friday. Availability is subject to change in afternoons or on weekends/holidays and will be updated on the following business day.
- Walk-ins welcome. Appointments recommended.
- Locations marked with "CLINIC FULL" have no available online appointments.
- Appointment links will lead to MyTurn.Ca.Gov. Tips to find your clinic of choice:
- When prompted to "Enter your address or zipcode", copy and paste the clinic address from the vaccine finder tool below. If that clinic still has available appointments, it will appear at the top of the list.
- For booster seekers: When asked "Which vaccine brand do you prefer for your booster dose?", answer "No Preference".
⚠️ VACCINES FOR CHILDREN AGE 6 MONTHS THROUGH 4 YEARS: A Pfizer and Moderna vaccine was recently approved for children age 6 months to 4 years of age. Local vaccine providers anticipate starting vaccinations for this age group on Thursday, June 23. NOTE: Vaccine supply will determine available clinics and appointments: the vaccine for young children is a different formulation than the 12 & older vaccine, and vaccine manufacturers are working as quickly as possible to ship the new formulation to providers across the United States. Read more information about pediatric vaccines.
Retail Pharmacy Vaccination Sites
Find a pharmacy vaccination location near you using VaccineFinder tool on the Vaccines.gov website. This tool will confirm the vaccine brand offered by a location and if vaccine is in stock. Then call or visit their website to make an appointment.
This tool includes Bay Area-based CVS, Walgreens, RiteAid, Costco, Lucky, and Safeway pharmacies. (Pharmaca Integrated Pharmacies is not included in this tool; please review its website for vaccine availability).
You can also text your zip code to 438829 or call 1-800-232-0233 to find your nearest vaccine option.
Other Bay Area Locations
Looking for vaccination option outside of Marin County? Most 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 search for vaccination sites by zip code (be sure to scroll all the way down the "select a location" page).
New appointments are added multiple times per week.
Documentation and Reminders
Review the documentation and appointment reminders before making an appointment.
Mobile Vaccination Request Form
Marin County Public Health has developed an online form for requesting a no-cost visit from the mobile vaccination team. Visit the Request for Mobile Vaccine Start Page to access this form. Marin County Public Health is prioritizing access for residents who are unable to leave home due to age or disability. Home-based vaccinations require self-attestation that vaccine recipients meet homebound criteria as defined by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
- Homebound individuals and their loved ones can request a visit to the home for vaccination.
- Healthcare providers can make a home vaccination referral on behalf of their patients.
- Community-based organizations and home health agencies can make a home vaccination referral on behalf of their clients.
- Long term care facilities can request on site mobile vaccination units for staff and residents.
First vs Second Dose
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require a second dose. If you got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, a second dose is not required. You can usually schedule an appointment for your second dose when you get your first dose.
Booster and Third Doses
Booster and third doses are available at most locations for those who are eligible. Visit our Boosters and Third Doses page to review eligibility.
The Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are now available for children ages 6 months and older. Rollout of vaccines for young children (6 months to 4 years old) will begin happening this week at select locations across Marin County Please review our Pediatric Vaccines webpage for more information and to plan your child's vaccination.