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COVID-19 Vaccine

Current COVID-19 vaccine supply is limited, and Alameda County is following the State’s vaccine prioritization guidance. As vaccine supplies increase, you will be able to get a vaccine through a County-administered point of dispensing (POD) or your health care provider.  

Alameda County is currently vaccinating those who are eligible in Phase 1a and began Phase 1b Tier 1 the week of Feb. 8. Find detailed vaccine information on Alameda County's Vaccine Page.

Those who do not have internet access are advised to call their health care provider for vaccine information and assistance with scheduling a vaccine appointment when eligible to receive one. They may also contact the County at (510) 268-2101 for vaccine information and assistance.

To receive a notification of when a vaccine might be available for you, please fill out one of these County forms:


Please note, this is NOT a registration to receive a vaccine. The information you provide is kept confidential and will help the County in its planning.  Alameda County will contact you with further details about where a vaccine will be available when it is your turn. In the meantime, please protect yourself from COVID-19 by wearing a mask, keeping your distance from others, avoiding crowds, and washing your hands frequently.   

Alameda County Fairgrounds is now open for appointment-only COVID-19 vaccinations. Beginning February 17, the Alameda County Fairgrounds became a vaccination site for those with appointments through Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare, Sutter Health, and Alameda County Health Department. Supply is extremely limited and drop-ins are not allowed. Currently, these health care providers are vaccinating health care workers and individuals age 65 and older.

Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare patients can schedule an appointment here:

Sutter Health patients can schedule an appointment here:

Alameda County residents who are 65+ can schedule an appointment for a vaccine at the Fairgrounds here:  

Alameda County residents who are under 65 years of age can sign up to be notified when it's their turn to be vaccinated here:

Oakland Coliseum mass community-based vaccination site is now open for appointments for eligible individuals. Visit  to schedule yours.


If you have questions about the County's vaccination plan, you can email: