Vaccine Information

Alameda County’s website was updated to include a Vaccine Notification Form, where County residents can register to be notified when a vaccine is available and receive information with details on location and timing. Read more here.

Sutter Health patients who are 75+ or healthcare workers can now schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment. Please click here for more information.

Kaiser Permanente will reach out to members who are 65 and older to provide information about vaccine availability and the appointment process, and will be updating the website as new information becomes available, including online tools to schedule an appointment. 


Click here to watch the January 15, 2021 Mayor's Town Hall on vaccines. (Coming soon, Q&A from the Town Hall, including questions we could not answer do to time.)   

Click here to read Frequently Asked Questions from the Alameda County Public Health Department. Click here to read questions and answers from the State of California.

A COVID-19 vaccine has the potential to alter the future course of this once-in-one hundred years pandemic and get Alameda County's local economy and our communities back to some level of normalcy while increasing our safety. There is still a lot we do not know, but we are hopeful that we are heading in the right direction.

  • Click here for vaccination guidance and resources from Alameda County  
  • Click here(PDF, 307KB) to download the January 14, 2021 Alameda County statement on who can get vaccinated
  • Click here to view the January 13, 2021 vaccine prioritization framework
  • Click here to read the County's current COVID-19 vaccination plan
  • Click here to read about the State's Vaccinate all 58 vaccination plan
  • Click here to watch the Mayor's Town Hall with Eileen Ng, Alameda County Health Care Services Agency
  • Click here to view the County's COVID-19 data dashboard with ICU availability information
  • Click here to view the State's Regional Stay at Home order with regional ICU availability
  • For general inquiries, please email the County at

This is only the beginning and we must all continue to do our part to stay safe while we wait for the vaccine to be widely available. Stay home as much as possible. If you must leave, continue to wear a face covering and keep at least 6 feet of distance from anyone you don't live with. Wash your hands frequently and do not gather with other households.