Vaccination Resources

Sign Up to Get Notified When a Vaccine is Available for You

Alameda County Planning Information and Resource for Upcoming COVID-19 Vaccines: Alameda County’s website was updated to include a Vaccine Notification Form, where County residents can register to be notified when a vaccine is available and receive information with details on location and timing. All responses will be kept confidential and will only be used for planning and outreach purposes. The County will not share individual-level information with anyone.

California State Resources

Help for Seniors Booking Vaccine Appointments

The staff at Ride-On Tri-City! Program are able to help residents 65+ make COVID vaccine appointments with Washington Hospital and Haller’s Pharmacy and help to coordinate rides to and from their appointments. Call 510-574-2053 for this assistance.

Bay Area Community Health in Fremont

A COVID-19 vaccine clinic hosted by Bay Area Community Health will be held in Fremont this week and next starting today. The clinics will be held from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM on the following days: 2/17, 2/19, 2/22, 2/24 and 2/26 and possibly more dates. The clinics are only offering shots for those aged 65 years and older. 

Click HERE to schedule an appointment or call 510-770-8040. 

CVS Stores

CVS is accepting appointments for free COVID-19 vaccinations throughout the State of California. Eligibility is based on the State's eligibility guidelines, which for now includes Phase 1a: health care workers and residents 65 and older and staff of long-term care facilities. They are routinely adding new appointments, so please check back often on their website.

Oakland Coliseum Mass Vaccination Site

A vaccination megasite sponsored by the Federal and State Government is now open at the Oakland Coliseum seven days a week from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM. You must sign up for appointments in advance at the State's My Turn website or by calling calling 833-422-4255. Registrants must qualify for the vaccine under current State guidelines, which includes those 65 years and older, frontline workers, long-term care providers and educators.

Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center

Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center (TVHC) in Union City is offering the vaccine to TVHC patients and community members ages 65 years and over, health care workers, educators, and food and agriculture workers. To make an appointment, click HERE or to learn more go to TVHC's website

Kaiser

With additional doses on the way, and a more consistent supply moving forward, Kaiser is now scheduling vaccine appointments several weeks out. This will make it easier for you to get an appointment and plan ahead for your vaccination. Kaiser also began reaching out to members 65 and older to schedule vaccine appointments — starting with the people at highest risk of exposure or complications due to COVID-19. Based on state guidance, they will continue to expand vaccinations for priority groups by looking at age, health risks, and job types. . Find out about supply increases and appointment availability as it changes on their dedicated vaccine website or call the KP InfoLine at 1-855-550-0951 (available in English and Spanish) 24/7.

Sutter Health

Sutter Health is vaccinating patients age 65 and older and healthcare workers. Call (844) 987-6115 to make an appointment or book online on their website.

Stanford Health Care

Stanford Health Care is currently vaccinating health care workers who work in Alameda County and patients who have received care at Stanford Health Care at least once in the last three years, are aged 65+, and live in Alameda County. You can book on their website or call them at 650-498-9000.

Washington Hospital

Washington Hospital Healthcare System is ONLY offering the vaccine to the following eligible individuals:

  • Washington Township Health Care District residents who are 65 and older
  • Washington Township Medical Foundation patients who are 65 and older
  • Employees and physicians of the Washington Hospital Healthcare System and other eligible health care professionals, per Alameda County Public Health Department guidelines

Washington Township Medical Foundation patients who meet the criteria to be vaccinated can schedule vaccination appointments through their personal MyChart account. Community members can inquire about eligibility and appointments by calling our COVID-19 vaccination phone line at 510.248.8200, but please note that we are experiencing extremely long wait times in our call center.

Haller's Pharmacy in Fremont

Now Accepting people 65+ for a wait list for vaccinations. As vaccines become available you will be contacted to schedule an appointment. Click here to read more about Haller's Pharmacy vaccine information and click here to add your name to the wait list.

Alameda County Fairgrounds

The County of Alameda joined Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare and Sutter Health has launched a large-scale, drive-thru vaccination clinic to serve Alameda County residents and health care workers. 

COVID-19 vaccination appointments will be available Wednesday through Saturday for Alameda County health care workers and residents aged 65 and older. In the coming weeks, the site will also be able to open to essential workers in the Food/Agriculture, Education/Childcare, and Emergency Services sectors. Drive-thru lanes will be available for each vaccination provider.  

  • Alameda County: Open 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., appointments are by invitation only at this time due to limited vaccine supply. 
  • Register for an appointment notification here: https://covid19.acgov.org/vaccines. After the week of February 15, Alameda County will have 1,000 appointments available each day the site is open.  Stanford patients may schedule appointments online or by calling (650) 498-9000.   
  • Sutter Health: Sutter patients may schedule appointments online or by calling (844) 987-6115.