Breakfast / Lunch and PPE will be provided for all participants
Moderna Vaccines Available
We encourage you to please register soon.
Our vaccines are limited to a first-come, first-serve basis.
Please be advised that your exact appointment time may vary slightly upon arrival.
Thank you in advance for your patience.
Due to the recent updates from the CDC, we will not be administering J&J vaccines. We will administer the first and second dose Moderna. Follow-up appointments will be made for individuals receiving first dose Moderna shots.
You may call our registration hotline. One of our representatives will be able to assist you.
You may fill out the form below. When you click "Submit" an access code will be sent to you via your preferred method (email or SMS). Visit https://myturn.ca.gov to schedule an appointment using this code.
Vaccination is one of the most important tools to end the COVID-19 pandemic. The State will equitably distribute a safe and effective vaccine to everyone in California who wants it. We expect to have enough supplies to vaccinate most Californians by Summer 2021.
As of April 15, 2021, every Californian age 16 and older are eligible for COVID-19 vaccines.
California must end the COVID-19 pandemic as quickly and effectively as possible by vaccinating those most at risk of serious outcomes and those who have been most exposed at work or in their daily lives. This will protect not just those who are vaccinated but reduce additional community transmission. By targeting vaccines to those who most need them, we can also begin to safely reopen activities across our economy.
The state is directing 40% of vaccine doses to the hardest-hit areas of the state based on the lowest quartile of the Public Health Alliance of Southern California’s Healthy Places Index (HPI). Our next goal is to reach 4 million vaccine doses administered to the hardest-hit communities in the state, which represents about 25 percent of eligible Californians.
This approach will help lower the rate of community infection, hospitalizations, and deaths, and reduce potential new variants that might emerge with each additional case. It is the most equitable and impactful way to distribute our still-limited vaccine supply to end this pandemic.
Every Californian can visit myturn.ca.gov or call 323-880-0102 to get a list of clinics and schedule a vaccination appointment. Appointments are available in multiple languages.
Due to high demand and limited supply, each county is setting its own geographic requirements. Most limit vaccination to those who live or work within the county. Appointments may be canceled if you don’t meet the local requirements. Check the county’s vaccination website to make sure you are eligible before making an appointment.
Vaccines are highly effective against severe COVID-19. No fully vaccinated person died due to COVID-19 during studies of the three authorized vaccines.
COVID-19 vaccines teach our immune systems how to recognize and fight the virus that causes COVID-19. It typically takes a few weeks after vaccination for the body to build protection (immunity) against the virus. That means it is possible a person could still get COVID-19 just after vaccination because the vaccine has not had enough time to build immunity.
If the vaccine you got requires two shots, be sure to get both doses so it can work fully.
COVID-19 vaccines authorized by the FDA have been shown to be safe and effective in clinical trials. These vaccines were authorized only after it was found that they make it substantially less likely you’ll get COVID-19.
The authorized vaccines are up to 95% effective against a person becoming ill with COVID-19.
The U.S. vaccine safety system ensures that all vaccines are as safe as possible. Learn how the federal government is working to ensure the safety of COVID-19 vaccines.
Millions of people in the United States have received COVID-19 vaccines. These vaccines have undergone the most intensive safety monitoring in U.S. history, using both established and new safety monitoring systems. These vaccines cannot give you COVID-19. Learn more facts about COVID-19 vaccines.
Results from monitoring efforts are reassuring. Many people have reported only mild side effects after the COVID-19 vaccination. Some people have no side effects.
The vaccines do not contain coronavirus and cannot give you COVID-19.
COVID-19 vaccination is an important tool to help us get back to normal
COVID-19 vaccines are effective at keeping you from getting COVID-19. But they have other benefits, too:
COVID-19 vaccination is an important tool to help us get back to normal.
After COVID-19 vaccination, you may have some side effects. These are normal signs that your body is building immunity. The most common side effects are pain and swelling in the arm where you received the shot. You may also have fever, chills, tiredness, or headache. They may affect your ability to do daily activities but should go away in a few days. Learn more about what to expect after getting vaccinated.
If you have experienced a side effect after COVID-19 vaccination, you can report it to:
Vaccinate ALL 58 is our state’s COVID-19 vaccination program for Californians in all 58 counties.
Share that vaccination against COVID-19 is here. Visit the COVID-19 Response Toolkit page to find images and videos you can post on social media.
These dashboards make vaccination data transparent and accessible to all Californians. They are updated daily.
Initially, vaccination was limited to healthcare workers and long-term care residents. Hence the data reflects those populations more than other California residents.
The dashboards report vaccines administered by the county of residence. Where the county of residence was not reported, the county where vaccinated is used. This applies to less than 1% of vaccination records. The sum of county-level vaccinations does not equal statewide total vaccinations because some out-of-state residents are vaccinated in California.
This graph compares COVID-19 vaccinations among four different levels of community health.
It uses the Public Health Alliance of Southern California’s Healthy Places Index (HPI) measures in a zip code area that can impact health, like income, education, and access to health care. Areas are then given a score, ranging from least healthy community conditions (Quartile 1) to most healthy community conditions (Quartile 4). The Vaccine Equity Metric also creates scores for areas that don’t have an HPI score.