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New COVID Vaccine Weblinks Available for the General Public and Healthcare Workers

Updated: Jan 22, 2021

UC Davis Chancellor Gary May Receives a COVID-19 Vaccination
UC Davis Chancellor Gary May Receives a COVID-19 Vaccination

(Woodland, CA) – Yolo County is now providing two new weblinks, the first for healthcare workers in Phase 1A Tiers 2 and 3 to sign up for upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics and the second for the general public to provide information and receive vaccine notifications.

For Healthcare Workers in Tiers 2 and 3

Healthcare workers that are currently working in Phase 1A Tiers 2 and 3 can now sign up to be notified of upcoming COVID vaccine clinics. The link is intended for those who work in Yolo County but those who work in other counties and live in Yolo County can also sign up if they are unable to get the vaccine through their workplace or county where they work. The following healthcare fields can sign up for COVID vaccine clinics at:

Phase 1A – Tier 2:

Intermediate care facilities for those who need non-continuous nursing supervision and supportive care

  • Home health care and IHSS

  • Community health workers, including promotoras

  • Public health field staff

  • Primary care clinics, including federally qualified health centers, rural health centers, correctional facility clinics, and urgent care clinics

Phase 1A – Tier 3:

Specialty clinics

  • Laboratory workers

  • Dental and other oral health clinics

  • Pharmacy staff not working in settings at higher tiers

For the General Public

Yolo County residents can now provide information and get future notifications for their tier and phase in a new vaccine availability form available in English, Spanish, and Russian at: The information that residents provide will help the County organize and schedule vaccine clinics accordingly.

Volunteering at Vaccine Clinics

The Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency is looking for volunteers to assist with upcoming and future vaccination clinics. Volunteers will assist with set up, take down, registration, screening, vaccination, traffic control, translation, medical observation and overall management of the vaccination clinics. Anyone sixteen years of age and older can volunteer and Community Service Certificates will be issued for all volunteers. Food and drinks will also be provided during volunteer shifts. Volunteers are recommended to complete the “Medical Points of Dispensing (MPOD)” course at Upon completion of the class, individuals will be given the option to submit a volunteer application to Yolo County. For questions about volunteering, contact the Yolo County volunteer coordinator at

For more information about Yolo County’s COVID-19 vaccine and distribution process, visit Residents can call Yolo 2-1-1 for resource information. Follow Yolo County on Facebook at: or Twitter at:


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