COVID-19 Vaccine

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COVID vaccine is now available to anyone age 6 months and older. Additionally, booster shots are an important part of protecting yourself from becoming seriously ill or dying from COVID-19. Boosters are recommended for anyone 5 and older. Booster shots are recommended 5 months following the completion of an initial Pfizer or Moderna vaccine series and 2 months following a J&J vaccine. More vaccine information can be found by clicking HERE. 

New Bivalent formula is now recommended for Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 boosters for people age 12 and up. The updated formula boosts immunity against the original coronavirus strain and newer omicron variants BA.4 and BA.5. The CDC recommends that everyone who is eligible stay up-to-date on vaccinations by getting an updated booster dose at least 2 months after their latest COVID-19 shot—even if they've already received 2 boosters. Monovalent boosters are no longer authorized for those age 12 and up at this time. Those aged 6-11 may still receive the monovalent booster. Existing booster appointments for monovalent Moderna and Pfizer will be canceled. Tuolumne County Public Health expects to receive the new Bivalent COVID-19 boosters within the next 2 weeks. Please visit to schedule future appointments.

A second booster is recommended for those age 50 and older, or 12 and older if moderately to severely immunocompromised, 4 months following the initial booster shot. More information on the recommendations and guidelines can be found HERE. You may receive a booster shot of any of the vaccines, even if you received a different vaccine for your initial series, with the exception of those age 5-17 who may only receive Pfizer. An mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) is recommended for a booster shot. 

Upcoming clinics and appointments can be accessed via MyTurn, pharmacies, or healthcare providers (see below for more info). 

The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine has received full approval by the FDA for those age 16 and older and the Moderna vaccine has received full approval for those age 18 and older. Pfizer and Moderna for the younger ages and the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) have received Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) approval for use in the United States. 

Vaccine is now available to anyone age 6 months and older based on vaccine availability. Vaccine is being administered primarily at Points of Dispensing (PODs) and at pharmacies and clinics as noted below.


Sign up to be notified when a clinic is open near you and register for an appointment at or call 833-422-4255.

Information on Adventist Health vaccination clinics can be found HERE

Information on CVS vaccination availability and appointments can be found HERE

Information on RiteAid vaccination availability and appointments can be found HERE

Information on Safeway vaccination availability and appointments can be found HERE

Information on Save Mart vaccination availability and appointments can be found HERE (enter zip code)

Groveland Pharmacy vaccinations available by calling (209) 962-5211

Twain Harte Pharmacy vaccinations available by calling (209) 586-3225

Information on VA Clinic vaccination click HERE

If you are a patient of Tuolumne Me-Wuk Indian Health, Mathiesen Memorial Health Clinic, or other provider outside of the Adventist Health system, you can also contact your provider regarding vaccine information.  

About the COVID-19 Vaccine

Info for Healthcare Professionals

Please bring some form of identification with you to clinics.