One year later, COVID-19 vaccine update for Contra Costa
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA—The county has made incredible progress since vaccination against COVID-19 began in mid-December, with nearly 300,000 people – about 25% of our population – having already received at least one dose. With more vaccines on the way, and greater capacity by the day to get shots in arms, Contra Costa County stands ready to continue our efforts to make accessible this incredible and effective vaccine.
There are various ways for eligible individuals to get vaccinated:
- Register with the State of California at myturn.ca.gov to be notified when you are eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccination.
- Make an appointment with Contra Costa County by following this link for residents 65 and older, as well as eligible frontline & essential workers.
- Make an Appointment at a Partner site. Healthcare systems, pharmacies and other providers have different eligibility requirements for COVID-19 vaccinations. You can find information about each of these providers by scrolling down on the CCHS Vaccine page: coronavirus.cchealth.org/get-vaccinated
- Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS)
- Contra Costa Regional Medical Center & Health Centers
- John Muir Health
- Kaiser Permanente
- La Clinica
- LifeLong Medical
- MyTurn (State of California)
- Oakland-Alameda Coliseum (FEMA and Cal OES)
- Rite Aid
- Sutter Health
Karen Mitchoff is Contra Costa County District IV supervisor. Email questions or comments to Mitchoff at firstname.lastname@example.org