How Do I Sign Up for a COVID-19 Vaccine?

Updated: 5 days ago

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UC Davis Chancellor Gary May gets his COVID-19 Vaccine

Updated 8/26/2021

Click here for information on receiving a booster dose.

Distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine has finally begun to pick up its pace, which means we are getting vaccines into arms and beginning our journey back to normality! However, with frequent changes to vaccine distribution plans, you may be frustrated and confused about when you are eligible and how to actually access the vaccine once you are eligible.

So to make things easier, we have compiled a list of your current options for receiving a vaccine:


Yolo County is offering a call-to-order vaccine program to deliver and administer COVID-19 vaccine open to all of Yolo County through September 30, 2021 (with the possibility of extension). Residents age 12 and older who would like to get vaccinated at their home or business can call (530) 902-3230 at any time to schedule an appointment to have vaccine delivered to their home or business between 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. To schedule an appointment in Spanish, call (530) 379-3465; for Russian, call (530) 908-0721.

1. Check with your health care provider.

The first step would be to check with your health care provider. Note that each provider may have different eligibility requirements for the vaccine. Click on your healthcare provider below to find their vaccine information.

Dignity Health – Woodland Clinic

Currently Vaccinating (updated 5/21/21):

  • Use MyTurn to determine eligibility and sign up for an appointment