COVID-19 Vaccination Program Overview
Scheduling a Vaccination Appointment
The State of California’s MyTurn system offers options for online appointment scheduling for vaccine clinics throughout San Mateo County. You can also call the CA COVID-19 Hotline at 1-833-422-4255 (available in multiple languages) for scheduling support.
An additional resource for searching for COVID-19 vaccines, including pediatric (5-11), is vaccines.gov. It’s simpler than MyTurn and useful for searching for locations without first having to input a lot of data.
County Health is offering vaccination clinics throughout the county. See the times and locations here.
Appointments are strongly encouraged at all clinics. See options and sign up for appointments through MyTurn.
You don’t need health insurance in order to get vaccinated. Vaccination sites will provide vaccines to uninsured residents.
For residents who would like to enroll in a health plan, please click here. Health insurance is available regardless of immigration status, through a combination of Federal, State, and County programs. Call (650) 616-2002 to speak to an enrollment counselor.
Homebound residents needing vaccination should visit the state’s MyTurn page to set up an in-home appointment or call (833) 422-4255.
Proof of Vaccination
The State of California has recently announced a digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record portal, which draws records from California’s immunization system. To receive digital proof of your vaccination, visit: https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/ and follow the instructions:
- Enter your name, date of birth, and an email or mobile phone number associated with your vaccination record
- Create a four-digit PIN. If the information you submitted matches the official record, you will receive a text or email with a link to your digital COVID-19 vaccine record
- Using the email or text you receive, enter your PIN to view your record
If you have any issues or questions, please contact the COVID-19 Hot Line at 833-422-4255.
Equity in Vaccine Distribution
San Mateo County and the state of California have made equity a key priority of local vaccine distribution.
Our communities of color, low-income communities, older adults, and other impacted populations face many barriers to vaccine acceptance and access. We are currently involved in a community engagement effort to learn from leaders closest to our most impacted communities. For more information about acknowledging the impact of medical distrust, click here. We look forward to hearing from community leaders about their needs and concerns so we can respond, plan accordingly, and adjust as we learn.
Read more about our focus on equity in vaccine distribution.
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