COVID-19 Vaccine


COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

Stanislaus County Public Health’s COVID-19 Vaccine clinics will be open next week for individuals identified in Phase 1A and Seniors aged 65 and older. Vaccines are available to Stanislaus County Residents only.

- Acceptable proofs of residence [pdf] -

Vaccination Screening Form

Vaccination screening forms will be provided at the clincs. If you wish to fill out your screening prior to ariving at the clinc, you may download a copy.

Clinic Locations & Hours

Modesto Centre Plaza:

1st Dose Only - Monday, 1/25/21
2nd Dose Only - Tuesday & Wednesday 1/26-1/27/21
Both Doses - Thursday & Friday, 1/28-1/29/21

Time: 9am-4pm

Address:
1000 L Street
Modesto CA 95354
Parking will be available at the Modesto Centre Plaza, and both City-operated garages on 10th Street and 9th Street.

Stanislaus State:

1st Dose Only - Monday 1/25/21 & Wednesday 1/27/21

Time: 9am-5pm

Address:
1 University Circle
Turlock, California 95382
Located at Fitzpatrick Arena. Entrance off Geer Road.

Walk-in, First Come First Served.

Gladys L. Lemmons Senior Community Center:

1st Dose Only - Tuesday 1/26/21

Time: 9am-5pm

Address:
450 East A Street
Oakdale, California 95361
Off-Street parking is available at the Senior Center off of A Street. Once the parking lot is full individuals will be able to park on the street on N. Sierra Avenue, N. 4th Avenue, and other nearby neighborhood streets.


Approved Vaccine Providers In Stanislaus County


A safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine is one of the most important tools in ending the COVID-19 pandemic. To keep everyone in Stanislaus County safe and healthy, we’re using the most relevant science and data available to address COVID-19’s threat to our health and economic well-being, including providing the COVID-19 vaccines. By getting vaccinated, we can slow the surge and help our community, including our healthcare system, schools, fellow community members, and businesses, recover.

Stanislaus County Public Health Division is coordinating COVID-19 vaccinating efforts based on guidance recommendations from the California Department of Public Health, the COVID-19 California Governor’s Vaccine Task Force, and the COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force Working Group.

Until vaccines are available in larger quantities, the distribution will be prioritized in phases as planned at the federal and state levels. See below for a brief overview which will be updated as more information becomes available. There is not a 'waiting list' for vaccines.



Additional Vaccine Information

Healthcare Providers

COVID-19 vaccine resources & information for healthcare providers

Public

COVID-19 vaccine resources & information for the public

COVID-19 vaccines are just one of many tools that can help keep our community safe. Even after receiving a vaccine, members of the community should continue to mask up, physically distance, and follow all recommendations until we can ensure everyone is safe from the impact of COVID19.

Additional Coronavirus Information


Contact Us:
For Public Information: (209) 558-7535
For Hospital & Provider Information: (209) 558-5678

Links:
California Department of Public Health
Stigma Related to COVID-19
US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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