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 in Phase 1a, and anticipates beginning Phase 1b in February (as vaccine supply allows). To receive a notification of when vaccine might be available for you, please fill out one of these forms:
Individuals who are outside of Phase 1a including 65+ should register here to be notified when Alameda County has vaccine supply and has completed vaccinating health care workers who remain the top priority according to the State. Many health care providers and community clinics have received their own vaccination supplies and may be able to expand vaccinations to include older adults at this time. Patients should contact their providers directly since appointment availability would be based on their current vaccine supply.
Please note, this is NOT a registration to receive vaccine. The information you provide is kept confidential and will help in planning efforts. Alameda County will contact you with further details about where vaccine will be available when it’s 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 has received a little over 85,000 doses to date as noted on their website. The County continues to vaccinate many of the 145,000 health care workers who aren’t able to receive vaccination at their workplace. These people receive invitations to register for appointments at County Points of Dispensing. Phase 1a workers can also contact their health care provider directly and information for Kaiser members and Sutter patients can also be found on the County's website.
Community members are encouraged to activate CA Notify exposure notification on their smartphone to receive COVID-19 exposure alerts. By keeping Bluetooth on, you will only receive alerts if you were in close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19. Privacy is protected, identity is not known, and location is not tracked.
Learn more about vaccine planning in Alameda County.