COVID-19 Vaccine

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  1. Public Health Department to Host Free COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for School-aged Children

    The Nevada County Public Health department is hosting a free vaccination clinic for school age children on Tuesday, November 16th, from 2:00 to 5:30 pm at the Veterans Memorial Building in Grass Valley. Learn More
  1. Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Now Available for Children Ages 5 to 11

    The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 cleared the final hurdle for Emergency Use Authorization. Learn More
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Nevada County Vaccination Data

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Getting Vaccinated

For Individuals

Vaccines are available for anyone 12 years and older. Find a COVID-19 vaccine appointment that works for you at or call 1-833-422-4255.

Go to our Get Vaccinated page for a list of local vaccine partners.

For Businesses

Business owners can request onsite or offsite COVID-19 vaccinations for their staff. Our Public Health REACH Team will come to your location or coordinate a group appointment at a Public Health clinic. Complete our COVID Vaccine Business Inquiry Form to get started.

Access Your Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record

You can now access your COVID-19 vaccination record from the state’s immunization registry system using the State's new Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record tool.

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Vaccine Safety

COVID-19 vaccines authorized by the FDA have been shown to be safe and effective in clinical trials. The U.S. vaccine safety system ensures that all vaccines are as safe as possible. 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

See the CDC's vaccine safety page to learn how the federal government is working to ensure the safety of COVID-19 vaccines.


Report any adverse reactions using the Vaccine Event Reporting System (VAERS). Anyone can submit a report to VAERS, including patients, family members, healthcare providers, vaccine manufacturers and the general public. CDC and FDA encourage anyone who experiences an adverse event after receiving a vaccine to report to VAERS.

FDA Emergency Use Authorization Fact Sheets (EUA Fact Sheets)

Learn more about vaccine usage guidelines from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

California Scientific Safety Review Workgroup 

California formed a Scientific Safety Review Workgroup of experts to ensure the safety of COVID-19 vaccines. This workgroup has confirmed that the COVID-19 vaccines authorized by the FDA are safe and effective.

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Vaccine Resources for Healthcare Providers

Find information and resources for healthcare providers, including:

  • Resources for administering the vaccine
  • FDA Emergency Use Authorization Fact Sheets
  • Information on vaccine safety
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California's COVID-19 Vaccine Information

See the State of California's Vaccine page for up-to-date information on:

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Still Have Questions?

For questions about how to get a COVID test, general questions about COVID-19, or questions about general COVID guidelines, contact 211 by dialing 2-1-1 or 1-833-DIAL211. You can speak with a local call agent. Public Health keeps 211 up-to-date with the most current information available. 

Please note: Counties May Be in Different Places in Vaccine Administration

The California Department of Public Health has convened a Drafting Guidelines Workgroup which is leveraging national prioritization frameworks and reviewing data regarding occupational exposure and COVID risk to prioritize sectors across phases and tiered population groups. Counties will follow these guidelines in administering vaccine.

However, given the number of people falling into the various tiers in a specific county, the uptake of those in the priority group in getting vaccinated, and the logistics and timeline for use of the vaccine so that no doses go to waste, counties may be in different tiers in administering vaccine to their population.