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COVID-19 Resource Center

(Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)

Health Net and COVID-19

A variety of resources and tools to manage your health needs during this crisis.


How to get the COVID-19 Vaccine 

  1. Check to see if it's your turn.
    California is currently vaccinating people 50 years old and older at no cost. Starting April 15, 2021, people 16 years old and older can get the vaccine.
  2. Schedule an appointment.
    Find out when it's your turn at MyTurn, the official California state government website, or call (833) 422-4255 (Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) to schedule an appointment. You can also sign up to check eligibility and be notified when it's your turn.
  3. Find other vaccine providers.
  4. Get help and answers.
    Call the California COVID-19 hotline at (833) 422-4255 (Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.). See our Frequently Asked Questions for answers about COVID-19 vaccine safety, cost and more. The FAQs will be updated as new information and guidance become available. You may also check the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for more information.

COVID-19 vaccine clinics

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County/City Health Department Phone Number
Alameda County 510-268-2101
City of Berkeley 833-422-4255
Alpine County 530-694-2235
Amador County 209-223-6407
Butte County 530-552-4000
Calaveras County 209-754-2896
Colusa County 530-458-0380
Contra Costa County 844-729-8410
Del Norte County 707-464-3191
El Dorado County 530-295-4101
Fresno County 559-600-3332
Glenn County 530-934-6588
Humboldt County 707-441-5000
Imperial County 442-265-7033
Inyo County 760-873-7868
Kern County 661-321-3000
Kings County 833-422-4255
Lake County 707-263-8174
Lassen County 707-263-8174
Los Angeles County 833-540-0473
City of Long Beach 562-570-4636
City of Pasadena 626-744-7311
Madera County 559-675-7703
Marin County 833-422-4255
Mariposa County 209-259-1332
Mendocino County 707-472-2759
Merced County 209-381-1200
Modoc County 530-233-1350
Mono County 844-987-0589
Monterey County 831-769-8700
Napa County 707-253-4270
Nevada County 833-342-5211
Orange County 714-834-2000
Placer County 530-886-5310
Plumas County 530-283-6400
Riverside County 951-329-4700
Sacramento County 916-875-2400
San Benito County 831-636-4113
San Bernardino County 909-387-3911
San Diego County 619-229-5400
San Francisco City and County 415-554-2500
San Joaquin County 209-468-3411
San Luis Obispo County 805-543-2444
San Mateo County 650-573-2877
Santa Barbara County 800-400-1572
Santa Clara County 408-961-5500
Santa Cruz County 831-454-4242
Shasta County 530-225-5591
Sierra County 530-993-6700
Siskiyou County 530-841-2134
Solano County 707-784-8988
Sonoma County 800-325-9604
Stanislaus County 209-558-7000
Sutter County 530-822-5934
Tehama County 530-527-8491
Tulare County 559-624-8480
Trinity County 530-623-8235
Tuolumne County 209-533-7440
Ventura County 805-477-7161
Yolo County 855-866-1783
Yuba County 530-822-5934

Frequently asked questions about COVID-19

All vaccines approved by the FDA are highly effective at preventing hospitalization and death related to COVID-19.

The safety of the COVID-19 vaccine is the main focus! The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) takes care to review all safety data from clinical trials. They then approve emergency vaccine use only when the expected benefits outweigh potential risks. Scientists tested COVID-19 vaccines across many diverse backgrounds. This helped to ensure the vaccines meet safety standards.

You may have soreness, swelling and redness around the point of where the shot was given. You could also develop fatigue, headache, body aches, chills or fever. Some people have nausea, vomiting or diarrhea. These reactions are normal. The side effects occur as your body begins to build immunity to help fight off future COVID-19 exposures. It is important to know that you cannot get COVID-19 from the vaccine. The vaccines in use today and the others that are being made do not contain a live virus.

No. The COVID-19 vaccine will be at no cost to you. You do not need to get a prior approval for your vaccine. You may be asked to provide your health insurance information for tracking data.


Medi-Cal

Medi-Cal FAQs

Medicare Advantage

Medicare FAQs

Medicare Supplement

Supplement FAQs

Cal MediConnect

MediConnect FAQs

Individual & Family / Group Plans*

Member FAQs



Providers


Provider FAQs



Employers


Employer FAQs



Brokers


Broker FAQs

*Plan purchased through Covered California™, a broker, directly from Health Net, or provided by an employer.


What options does Health Net offer?

As a Health Net member, you have options to help maintain your health and be better informed about COVID-19, including information on financial help, food delivery, job placement, and more.

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Video resources

Can I get COVID-19 from the vaccines? (duration: 1:00)

Learn about using telehealth services for non-emergency care (duration: 5:00)

Hello Black America! with W. Kamau Bell & Black Health Care Workers (duration: 4:58)

UC San Francisco presenta a miembros de su comunidad en una serie de anuncios de servicio público para ayudar a generar confianza en la seguridad y eficacia de las vacunas COVID-19 (duration: 1:08)

Count on Me: Anthony Muñoz (duration: 0:30)

Count on Me: Iman McFarland (duration: 0:30)


Additional COVID-19 resources

Last Updated: 04/06/2021