Emergency

COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution – Phase and Population Details

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When you can get vaccinated

The County of Sonoma is working with regional healthcare partners to ensure that vaccine distribution and administration is approached through the lens of equity as laid out in its vaccine equity strategies.

Options for consent for minors
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. Currently, only the Pfizer vaccine has received Emergency Use Authorization for people under 18.

Allowable consent includes:
Parent/guardian accompanies the minor in person.
If the parent/guardian cannot accompany the minor, a signed written consent is acceptable. The written consent must verify the parent/guardian has been provided the Pfizer EUA Fact Sheet.
Phone or video consent is possible if the parent/guardian confirms that they have been provided the Pfizer EUA Fact Sheet or the Fact Sheet is read to the parent/guardian.

Find clinics where minors can be vaccinated on the Vaccine Clinics page.

 

Every Californian 12 or older

Vaccination of people younger than 12 will start as soon as COVID-19 vaccines are approved

Now Vaccinating

Every Californian Younger than 12

Vaccination of people younger than 12 will start as soon as COVID-19 vaccines are approved

Not Yet Vaccinating