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COVID-19 - Vaccine Clinics


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Updated COVID-19 Vaccine (2023-2024 Formula)


Getting vaccinated is the safest ​way to protect yourself against severe COVID-19

Receiving the COVID-19 vaccination is a safe and dependable way to build immunity to COVID-19.  Studies have shown that the vaccine can reduce the risk of long COVID, and improves the chances of avoiding severe illness, hospitalization, and death if a COVID-19 infection does occur. The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months and older stay up to date with the COVID-19 vaccine.

Who should get va​ccinated?

The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months and older stay up to date with the COVID-19 vaccine. Those who are at the highest risk of severe consequences of COVID-19 should prioritize getting vaccinated. Those who are high-risk include:​
People who are more than 2 months out from their last dose of the COVID-19 vaccine should get the latest 2023-2024 vaccine to protect themselves. (See information below for persons who have recently had a COVID-19 infection).

Can I get the COVID-19 vaccine along with ot​her vaccines?

You can get a COVID-19 vaccine and all other age-appropriate vaccines, including a flu vaccine, at the same visit.

Vaccine Availability

Public Health is currently offering the COVID-19 vaccine in clinic for those who qualify through the CA Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program and the CA Bridge Access Program (BAP). Patients who meet the following criteria are eligible for the vaccine at our office: 

  • Children (6 months to 18 years of age) who:
    • do not have health insurance (uninsured)
    • have private health insurance that does not cover the full cost of the vaccine (underinsured)
    • have CA Medi-Cal
    • are insured through the DHCS Child Health & Disability Prevention Program
    • are American Indian or Alaskan Native
  • Adults (19 years or older) who:
    • do not have health insurance (uninsured)
    • have private health insurance that does not cover the vaccine, or does not cover the full cost of the vaccine, or has a copayment required for COVID-19 only (underinsured)

Please give the office a call to see if you qualify for the COVID-19 vaccine at our office. 

  • Placerville: (530) 621-6100
  • South Lake Tahoe: (530) 573-3155
The COVID-19 Vaccine may be available through your primary care provider as well, contact their office for more information. Some local pharmacies also provide the COVID-19 Vaccine, to find a COVID-19 Vaccine near you, visit the Vaccine Finder webpage - Vaccines.gov - Find COVID‑19 vaccine locations near you.