Vaccines

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"Vigilance is our best defense against another challenging COVID-19 winter," said Dr. Aragón. "Get vaccinated if you haven't yet. Get your booster if you completed your vaccination series more than six months ago, especially if you or someone in your home has a medical condition or works around other people. Continue to be safe in public and in crowded spaces by wearing a well-fitting mask that has good filtration. Keep in mind that your mask also protects you against other respiratory illnesses, including the flu."

Families with children 6 months and older can now protect their kids from COVID-19. This represents another turning point in our fight against COVID-19 and gets us closer to achieving full family protection against this deadly virus.

Persons younger than 18 years must have parental or guardian consent given by a legally authorized representative (parent or guardian). An emancipated minor may consent for him/herself. Read California Department of Public Health's (CDPH) Pfizer Vaccine Minor Consent statement.

Get Vaccinated

  1. Who's Eligible
  • Residents who live or work or attend school in Lake County, age 18 and older - now eligible.
  • Residents who live or work or attend school in Lake County, age 6 months to 17 years of age with parent or guardian consent - now eligible.
  • Residents who meet the criteria for an additional dose or booster, per current CDC guidance - limited eligibility/limited availability through community partners.

Notes:

COVID-19 Vaccination Schedule for the Immunocompromised

  1. Youth Vaccines (5 to 17 Years Old)
  1. Additional Doses & Boosters
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