Vaccine Information

Anyone working or living in San Joaquin County aged 16 or older

Those 16 or 17 are approved for the Pfizer vaccine at this time. A parent or legal guardian must be present at the time of the appointment to provide consent. Vaccination of people younger than 16 will start as soon as the COVID-19 vaccines are approved for them

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UPCOMING VACCINE EVENTS

  • No vaccine events are currently scheduled, please check back for updated information.
  • Approved Vaccine Providers in San Joaquin County

    Community and Healthcare providers appointments are not managed by the County and are subject to the providers vaccine supply and appointment availability.

    Community Provider Networks

    Pfizer(1st and 2nd Dose)
    Anyone 16 years or older

    7 days a week 11 AM — 4 PM
    5066 West Lane. Suite A, Stockton, CA www.Modernurgentcare.com

    65+ must provide ID.
    Must have an insurance card, if no insurance then must provide social security card.

    Save Mart pharmacies have just come online and have extremely limited appointments.
    20 appointments per day per store. (2 stores in Stockton, 1 in Lathrop, 1 in Ripon, and 1 in Tracy) Click here to schedule an appointment.

    Persons aged 65 and older who live and/or work in county
    Check with provider.

    Appointments available for San Joaquin County residents and employees only, check availability at myturn.ca.gov

    Health Care Provider Networks

    Established patients who are:
    • All Phase 1A
    • Residents Age 65 and Older

    Call (209) 468-6820, Monday-Friday 7 AM-7 PM and Saturday 8:30 AM-12:30 PM, to schedule an appointment. Click here for more information.

    Check with provider.

    Call (209) 425-0007 for COVID-19 information, Monday-Friday 8 AM-5 PM.

    Check with provider.

    Click here for more information. If you have additional questions, call (866) 682-4842.

    Established patients who are:
    • Healthcare workers
    • Long term care patients & staff
    • Emergency medical services staff

    Click here for more information. Kaiser patients age 65 and older will receive a letter with vaccine appointment instructions as supplies become available.

    Established patients who are:
    • Healthcare workers
    • Age 65 and older

    Due to a lack of vaccine supply Sutter Health is currently unable to book appointments for a first vaccination until further notice.
    Click here to schedule an appointment. Sutter patients can also schedule a vaccine appointment by phone at (844) 987-6115, Monday-Friday 7 AM - 6 PM and Saturday-Sunday 8 AM - 5 PM.

    VA Palo Alto will be vaccinating veterans aged 55+ who are enrolled in VA Palo Alto Health Care System today and tomorrow. They are also planning another event for on Saturday March 6 from 9-4 PM and April 3, 2021 at the VA Stockton Clinic. The VA Palo Alto schedulers are contacting veterans in the Central Valley and will be utilizing their staff and resources to conduct these events. Veterans are encouraged to call 650-496-2535 to get an appointment. The veteran must be enrolled in VA Palo Alto Health Care System. Please have them call 650-496-2535, Monday-Friday, 8 AM-6 PM to schedule an appointment.

    Call (650) 496-2535, Monday-Friday 8 AM-6 PM, to schedule an appointment.

    Federal Retail Pharmacy Partnership in California

    CVS Pharmacy now has supplies to offer COVID-19 vaccination in limited locations, and continues to expand each week.

    Click here to schedule an appointment
    In addition, appointments can also be scheduled via CVS Pharmacy App (Apple / Android) and eligible individuals without internet access can call CVS at 800-746-7287 for assistance.

    Please visit the site for eligibility and scheduling.
    • Persons aged 65 and older who live and/or work in county
    • Persons in Phase 1A (all tiers) who live and/or work in the county

    Check with provider.

     

    Frequently Asked Questions:

    Can the vaccine cause me to get COVID-19?
    The COVID-19 vaccination can’t cause COVID-19. The goal of the vaccines is to teach our immune systems how to fight the virus that causes COVID-19. For more information about how vaccines work.
    Should I get a vaccine if I had COVID-19?
    People are advised to get a COVID-19 vaccine even if they have been sick with COVID-19 before. This is due to the severe health risks associated with COVID-19 and the fact that reinfection with COVID-19 is possible. At this time, it is not known how long someone is protected from getting sick again, after recovering from COVID-19. We won’t know how long immunity produced by vaccination lasts until more data can be determined on how well it works.
    How COVID-19 Vaccines Work
    COVID-19 vaccines help our bodies develop immunity to the virus that causes COVID-19 without us having to get the illness. Different types of vaccines work in different ways to offer protection, but with all types of vaccines, the body is left with a supply of “memory” T-lymphocytes as well as B-lymphocytes that will remember how to fight that virus in the future.

    It typically takes a few weeks for the body to produce T-lymphocytes and B-lymphocytes after vaccination. Therefore, it is possible that a person could be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 just before or just after vaccination and then get sick because the vaccine did not have enough time to provide protection.
    Most COVID-19 Vaccines Require More Than One Shot
    All but one of the COVID-19 vaccines that are currently in Phase 3 clinical trials in the United States use two shots. The first shot starts building protection. A second shot a few weeks later is needed to get the most protection the vaccine has to offer. One vaccine in Phase 3 clinical trials only needs one shot.

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San Joaquin Regional Transit District will be providing free rides to SJReady COVID-19 vaccine sites (Must show vaccine appointment confirmation when boarding.)