It is recommended you get a booster dose as soon as you are eligible. You are eligible for a booster if you are over: a) 12 years old and received the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine at least five months ago, b) 18 years old and received the second dose of the Moderna vaccine at least five months ago, or c) 18 years old and received the Johnson and Johnson vaccine more than two months ago. For more information, visit the vaccine eligibility page at socoemergency.org. Third doses of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines have been authorized for patients who have had their second dose at least 28 days ago and are moderately or severely immunocompromised as defined by the CDC.
The County’s response is focused on vaccination and mitigation, and strategically prioritizes communities with the greatest needs using race disparity research, community voices and wisdom, and public health best practices. Here are some of the latest developments:
- The many clinics hosted by our health partners provide first, second and booster doses. COVID-19 vaccines are free, and social security, citizenship and insurance are not required. Please note, pediatric doses are not available at all clinics and appointments are required at some clinics. Visit our vaccines clinics page to find a clinic near you that meets your needs.
- As of March 7, school personnel who are not fully updated (which is defined as being vaccinated AND boosted, if eligible) must undergo twice weekly testing and wear masks in indoor work settings. Personnel in law enforcement, fire, EMS, pharmacies, dental offices and temporary disaster shelters who are fully vaccinated but not yet boosted are exempt from the testing and masking requirement. Please see the coronavirus – health orders and guidance page for more detailed information.
- Regardless of vaccination status, masks are no longer required in most public settings, though public health officials strongly recommend masking in public indoor settings. Visit the hygiene and masks page.
- Visit myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov for proof of vaccination. Enter your name, date of birth and the phone number or email you used to sign up for your vaccine appointment, and the State of California will send you a digital copy of your vaccination record. If you received your vaccination from a federal agency, such as Indian Health Services or the Department of Veterans Affairs, you will need to contact those agencies for assistance with your vaccination record.
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May 16, 2022 8:10 a.m.
Sonoma County Coronavirus Data at a Glance
2,212 (6.0%) individuals partially vaccinated and 15,588 (41.9%) individuals fully vaccinated in 5 - 11 age group.
|COVID-19 Metric||Tests||Cases||Deaths||Vaccine Doses Administered||Percent 5+ Partially Vaccinated||Percent 5+ Fully Vaccinated|
|Change in Last 24 Hours||+4,964||+419||0||+355||0.00%||+0.01%|
Data updates occur 5 days a week, Monday through Friday. For more COVID-19 data and statistics see the interactive Coronavirus Data Dashboard or the accessible Sonoma County Coronavirus Cases, Sonoma County Vaccine Data, and Sonoma County TK-12 Cases pages.