COVID-19 Response

  2. Vaccine Info
  3. How to Get the Vaccine

Based on California Department of Public Health guidance and local considerations, at this time all residents 12 years of age and older are eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine

Vaccination appointments are for people who live or work in Monterey County.

Each person must have their own appointment.



Community Foundation for Monterey County List of COVID-19 Vaccination Availability

Community Foundation for Monterey County's website lists most vaccination sites in Monterey County and the surrounding area.  Click here to access the most up-to-date list.

Vaccination for Homebound Individuals

VNA is providing COVID vaccinations for homebound individuals using the the Janssen vaccine (Johnson&Johnson). To access this service individuals should contact VNA at 831-648-3777 and ask for the Immunization Clinic. 

Alternatively, those in need of a homebound vaccination for themselves or their family member can visit the MyTurn website, click "Start Here", and answer "Yes" to the question "I need help with transportation to a vaccine clinic, or I need a home appointment because I am unable to leave home due to limited mobility or fragile health."

Vaccine clinics hosted by Natividad Medical Center (1441 Constitution Blvd, Building 400, Salinas)

Please visit for the latest availability. 

Vaccine clinics hosted by Salinas Valley Medical Clinic (611 Abbott St, Salinas)

Individuals 12 and older can schedule an appointment at by answering the eligibility questions, entering 93901 ZIP code, and clicking on the "Salinas Valley Medical Clinic" option.  Individuals needing assistance may call the Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System COVID-19 Help Desk at 831-771-3885.

Vaccine appointments  CVS Pharmacy

Click here for more information on dates & times.

Vaccine appointments Walgreens

Click here for more information on dates & times

Call 2-1-1 if you need help making an appointment

As of May 12th, minors 12-15 years of age are now authorized to receive the Pfizer vaccine. Please check with your vaccination provider for specific minor consent requirements. At clinics hosted by the Public Health Bureau, minors must have one of the following forms of consent in order to be vaccinated:

  • Minor must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian, OR
  • Minor must be accompanied by an adult AND have a dated and signed statement from parent/legal guardian stating the accompanying adult has the parent’s/guardian’s permission to make medical decisions including vaccination. See sample consent forms in English and Spanish

The Pfizer vaccine is currently the only vaccine authorized for individuals age 12 and older. Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are authorized for those 18 years and older.

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