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Program: COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Agency: Orange County Health Care Agency - Public Health Services - Communicable Disease Control Division


Resource Number: 71167831
Description
Provides COVID-19 vaccines to everyone in Orange County. The minimum age requirement for the Moderna vaccine is 18 years and older, and for the Pfizer vaccine the minimum age requirement is 5 years and older. Individuals who are 5-17 years old must have parental consent to be vaccinated and must have their parent or legal guardian schedule their vaccine appointment, if they want to receive the Pfizer vaccine. Also, individuals do not have to be United States citizens to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. 

On April 23, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced they would accept the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices' recommendations to lift the pause on the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccination for all adults. The minimum age to receive the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is 18 years and older. 

Vaccine Appointment Options
In addition to the options below, if individuals have a medical provider, they can contact their provider about being vaccinated. In all cases, vaccine appointments will depend on the supply and availability. 
  • Albertsons/Pavilions/Vons (All have the same ownership): Appointments can be made online. Please visit https://www.albertsons.com/pharmacy/covid-19.html for more information. 
  • CalOptima: CalOptima and the OC Health Care Agency are partnering to host vaccine clinics for kids and the community with support from community partners. CalOptima invites children ages 5–11 years to get vaccinated and encourages others aged 12 and older who are unvaccinated to attend the clinics as well. Vaccines available are Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson (1st, 2nd, 3rd doses, and boosters). Eligible CalOptima members can receive a $25 gift card per vaccine at the event. To register, members can call the COVID-19 Hotline at 714-834-2000 or use www.othena.com and select the appropriate vaccination site. Transportation for members can be arranged by calling CalOptima at 888-587-8088. Events are listed below.
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): The CDC now has a new texting feature to locate a nearby vaccination site. Individuals can use their mobile phone and text their ZIP code to 438829 (GETVAX). 
  • City of Anaheim: The City will be hosting neighborhood vaccine clinics to help more Anaheim residents get vaccinated. Please see the website for more information at https://www.anaheim.net/5784/Vaccines
    • Anaheim Regional Center: Anaheim Regional Center is hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic. The clinic will be from 8:30 am-11:30 am Monday and Wednesday. The vaccine clinic will provide the Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson vaccines. Appointments can be made by visiting Othena.com or by calling the COVID-19 Hotline. Walk-ins are also welcome. Children must have a parent or guardian present. 
    • Saint Anthony Claret Catholic Church: Offers a Mobile COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Tuesdays from 10:00 am-6:00 pm, Wednesdays from 8:00 am-3:00 pm, and Fridays from 8:00 am-3:00 pm. Vaccines offered are Pfizer and Moderna. Minors, ages 5-17, must be accompanied by a parent or an adult legal guardian. Walk-ins are welcome. To schedule an appointment or arrange for transportation, please call 714-834-2000.
  • City of Irvine: Residents of Irvine who are 55 years or older and high risk (residents who are high risk, but not 55 years and older would not be eligible) can call the Lakeview Senior Center at 949-724-6900 to be added to a list to be notified of future vaccination events for older adults. 
    • Great Park and Irvine Civic Center: All three COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson) will be offered at Great Park Lot 2 10:00 am-3:00 pm Tuesdays and at Irvine Civic Center 10:00 am-3:00 pm Fridays. First dose and second dose vaccines can be provided for individuals 16 years and older. Booster doses are available for individuals 18 years and older. Preregistration is required. To preregister, please visit cityofirvine.org/covidclinic. Vaccine type can be selected during registration. Once the individual registers, they can walk up to the selected site during vaccination hours instead of waiting for their appointment time. 
    • Irvine Valley College: Offers a vaccine clinic on Tuesday, January 25th, 2022 from 10:00 am-2:00 pm. The clinic will be held in Parking Lot 8. Limited spots are available. To register visit website. Limited spots are available; if sign-ups are full, please visit cityofirvine.org/vaccine for information on other vaccination opportunities in the City of Irvine.
  • City of Santa Ana: The City is hosting vaccine clinics every Wednesday starting on April 21, 2021 at Southwest Senior Center. The clinic is open to Santa Ana residents who are 18 years and older only. Appointments are required and can be scheduled online at: https://www.santa-ana.org/covid-19-vaccine-information or by calling 323-792-6843. The clinic will be distributing the Moderna vaccine. 
    • Edwards Lifesciences Clinic: The City of Santa Ana has partnered with Edwards LifeSciences and Providence health system to offer this vaccine clinic. Parking is free and located right next to the clinic. The clinic is by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, visit https://myturn.ca.gov/  or call 833-422-4255.
    • Social Services Agency Central Regional Office: Provides a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Monday-Friday from 10:00 am-6:00 pm. All three vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson) will be available. Walk-ins are welcome. Please bring a form of identification (photo ID preferred, but other forms of ID will be accepted), an insurance card (if applicable), and proof of being the appropriate age. Youth, 5-17 years, must be accompanied by a parent or an adult legal guardian. To schedule an appointment or to arrange for transportation, please call the COVID-19 Hotline. 
    • Northgate Market - Harbor and 1st: Provides a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Friday, January 28, 2022 from 2:00 pm-7:00 pm. All three vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson) will be available. Walk-ins are welcome. Please bring a form of identification (photo ID preferred, but other forms of ID will be accepted), an insurance card (if applicable), and proof of being the appropriate age. Youth, 5-17 years, must be accompanied by a parent or an adult legal guardian. To schedule an appointment or to arrange for transportation, please call the COVID-19 Hotline.  
  • Coastline College: The COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic will be offered every Tuesday from 4:00 pm-7:00 pm. Vaccines will be provided to anyone interested in receiving the vaccine but must meet the minimum age requirement. Reservations are preferred and scheduled through www.Othena.com, but walk-ins are welcome. For more information, please call 714-834-2000. 
  • Costco: Costco pharmacies are administering COVID-19 vaccines. All individuals age 16 and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in the US, only the Pfizer vaccine is authorized for individuals that are 16-17 years old, and both Moderna and J&J vaccines are authorized for individuals age 18 and older. To schedule an appointment, please visit the online vaccine scheduling system at https://www.costco.com/covid-vaccine.html
  • County of Orange: Provides a list of hospitals, medical providers, pharmacy chains, and other community health clinics that are able to provide a COVID-19 vaccine. Please visit https://occovid19.ochealthinfo.com/covid-19-vaccine-distribution-channels for more information. 
  • CVS: Vaccines are available by appointment only. Please visit www.cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine to schedule an appointment and for more information, or call 800-746-7287.
  • Employer Vaccination Toolkit: Provides information for employers about how to encourage and support employees in getting a COVID-19 vaccine. On the website, employers can partner with a local provider for an offsite vaccination event or the employer can also request a worksite mobile clinic. Please visit https://saferatwork.covid19.ca.gov/employer-vaccination-toolkit/ for more information. The Toolkit is provided by the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency and the California Department of Industrial Relations. 
  • Families Together of Orange County: Vaccines are available by walk-in, For more information call 800-597-7977. Families Together of Orange County's medical clinics are located in Garden Grove and Tustin. 
  • Garden Grove Regional Center: A COVID-19 vaccination clinic will be available from 1:00 pm-4:00 pm Monday-Wednesday. The clinic will offer the Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Appointments scheduled through Othena.com and walk-ins are welcome. Children must have a parent or guardian present. 
  • Golden West College-Bldg 95 (MPR 100): Provides a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 from 3:00 pm-6:00 pm. All three vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson) will be available. Walk-ins are welcome. Please bring a form of identification (photo ID preferred, but other forms of ID will be accepted), an insurance card (if applicable), and proof of being the appropriate age. Youth, 5-17 years, must be accompanied by a parent or an adult legal guardian. To schedule an appointment or to arrange for transportation, please call the COVID-19 Hotline. 
  • Health Mart Pharmacies: Individuals must make an account and take a pre-screening questionnaire to sign-up for a vaccine. Please visit http://www.healthmartcovidvaccine.com/ to register. 
  • Hoag Memorial Hospital: Appointments are available (based on vaccine supply). Please visit covid19.hoag.org/vaccine-community/
  • Kaiser Permanente: Appointments are available (based on vaccine supply) for members and non-members. Please visit healthy.kaiserpermanente.org/southern-california/health-wellness/coronavirus-information for more information.
  • Latino Health Access: Offers vaccine information to anyone in Orange County. Appointments to receive the vaccine are available for eligible vaccine populations, as determined by the County. Please see the above section, "Eligible Vaccine Populations" to view who is currently eligible to receive a vaccine. Appointments are required. To schedule an appointment, please call 714-805-7838 from 7:00 am-8:00 pm. 
    • Latino Health Access BLDG: Offers a Mobile COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Monday, January 24, 2022 from 2:00 pm-8:00 pm. The vaccines offered will be Pfizer and Moderna. Walk-ins are welcome. Please bring a form of identification (photo ID preferred, but other forms of ID will be accepted), an insurance card (if applicable), and proof of being the appropriate age. Youth, 5-17 years, must be accompanied by a parent or an adult legal guardian. To schedule an appointment or to arrange for transportation, please call the COVID-19 Hotline. 
  • McDonald's: Various McDonald's locations, including in Orange County, will offer COVID-19 vaccines at no-cost. People who receive a vaccine at McDonald's will also get a coupon for one menu item. No appointment or health insurance is required and walk-ups are welcome at all locations. Please visit https://camcdevents.com/ to see a list of participating McDonald's stores. Updates will be made regularly, so please continue to check back for vaccination dates and times. 
  • Memorial Care: Offers COVID-19 Vaccine events to anyone that is 5 years and older. Minors aged 5-17 years old need to have a parent/guardian present to sign the consent form. The vaccines are at no cost, and people do not need medical insurance or social security card. 
  • Mexican Consulate: COVID-19 vaccines will be available 10:00 am-2:00 pm on Thursdays. Vaccines can be provided to individuals who walk in or who have an appointment. If individuals would prefer to schedule an appointment, they can do so by calling 714-581-4948 or by sending an email to documentacionsta10@sre.gob.mx.
  • Murdy Park and Community Center: COVID-19 vaccines are available every Tuesday from 12:00 pm-7:00 pm. Reservations are preferred via Othena.com, but walk-ups are available. For additional information, please call 714-834-3220. 
  • Orange Coast College Ronnenberg Center: Provides a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Mondays from 8:30 am-4:30 pm, Thursdays from 12:00 pm-8:00 pm, and Saturdays from 9:00 am-5:00 pm. All three COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer, Johnson and Johnson, and Moderna) will be available. Walk-ins are welcome. Please bring a form of identification (photo ID is preferred, but other forms of identification will be accepted), an insurance card (if applicable), and proof of being the appropriate age. Youth, 5-17 years, must be accompanied by a parent or an adult legal guardian. To schedule an appointment or arrange for transportation, call the COVID-19 Hotline. 
  • Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties, Inc: All Planned Parenthood sites are offering the Moderna vaccine and the administration office is offering the Pfizer vaccine. If interested in receiving a vaccine, please call 714-922-4100 for more information. 
  • Providence/University of California, Irvine: Appointments are available (based on vaccine supply) when individuals sign up for My Turn. My Turn is a Statewide website that helps individuals find available vaccines. Please visit https://myturn.ca.gov/ to sign up or call 833-422-4255. During registration, individuals can also sign-up to receive no-cost transportation to their vaccine appointment. 
  • Ralph's: Vaccines are available by appointment. Please visit https://www.ralphs.com/rx/covid-eligibility for scheduling. 
  • Rite Aid: Appointments can be made online. Please visit riteaid.com/pharmacy/covid-qualifer for more information.
  • Share Our Selves: Share Our Selves is providing COVID-19 vaccines at all of their locations by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling the main business line, 949-270-2100. Share Our Selves has locations in Costa Mesa, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, and Santa Ana.   
  • Vaccines.gov: A website provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and VaccineFinder from Boston Children's Hospital. The website allows users to search for and make an appointment to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at a local provider location. Please visit https://www.vaccines.gov/
  • Veterans Affairs Health Care (VA Health Care): Veterans Affairs is now vaccinating all veterans enrolled or not in VA health care, regardless of the status of discharge. Veteran spouses, Veteran caregivers, and Veteran beneficiaries enrolled in the Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA) program can be vaccinated as well. Appointments are preferred but walk-ins are accepted. Please call 562-826-5300 to schedule an appointment, or register at www.va.gov/health-care/covid-19-vaccine/sign-up, or fill out the 2021 VHA SAVE LIVES Act COVID-19 Vaccination Worksheet and bring it to the enrollment event. 
  • Walgreens: Appointments can be made from the Walgreens pharmacy account. Please visit www.walgreens.com/topic/promotion/covid-vaccine for more information. 
  • Walmart: Appointments can be made online. Please visit www.walmart.com/cp/1228302 for more information. 
  • COVID-19 Hotline: Individuals who want to make a vaccine appointment at one of the mobile point-of-dispensing (POD) sites can call the Orange County COVID-19 Hotline, following the language prompts and by pressing "1". The Hotline can schedule first and second doses for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine or the single dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. The Hotline can also assist with arranging for transportation to and from the POD site. Individuals who need Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodation at any point-of-dispensing (POD) site can make a request when scheduling their appointment through the Hotline. Individuals 5-17 years old must have their parent or legal guardian schedule their vaccine appointment.
  • Mobile Point-of-Dispensing (POD) Sites/Othena: Appointments to receive the COVID-19 vaccine (first and second doses for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine or the single dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine) at the mobile POD sites can be made through Othena. Walk-ins to the Mobile PODs are also welcome. Please see the instructions below for how to register and schedule a vaccine appointment on Othena. Individuals are encouraged to download the Othena app to receive push notifications on appointments. Individuals 5-17 years old must have parental consent to be vaccinated, must have their parent or legal guardian schedule their appointment, must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to receive the vaccine, and must only visit Mobile POD sites where the Pfizer vaccine is administered. 
    • A new feature is available on the Othena platform. Any interested individuals, groups, employers and businesses can request an on-site, mobile COVID-19 vaccination service. Visit the "Mobile Vaccine Service" section on www.Othena.com website or on the smartphone app to begin the application process. Once the application has been submitted, the Health Care Agency (HCA) will assign a dedicated Community Liaison to work directly with the primary point of contact to engage in the planning process. 
    • Transportation to Mobile Point of Dispensing Sites: Any individual eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine who needs transportation to a Mobile Point of Dispensing site can call the Orange County COVID-19 hotline at 714-834-2000. Eligible individuals can also request no-cost roundtrip rides to their COVID-19 vaccine appointments through the Othena.com website or smartphone app. Residents are encouraged to request rides 3-5 days in advance. Rides are subject to availability. More information about how to request a ride using Othena can be found in the Ride Request User Guide
  • At-Home/Home Bound Vaccinations: Individuals must check with their primary health care provider first. If they have already checked with their primary health care provider and are unable to be vaccinated, individuals may contact the COVID-19 Hotline for more information. The Orange County Health Care Agency can provide at-home COVID-19 vaccination for Orange County community members who are: only able to be transported by ambulance and stretcher, and/or on a ventilator, and/or have severe behavioral challenges and cannot leave the home. Contacting the COVID-19 Hotline does NOT guarantee being able to receive an in-home vaccine.
Instructions for Othena
By setting up a profile on Othena.com, individuals who are currently eligible to be vaccinated will have access to scheduling vaccine appointments. For those who are not yet eligible, they will receive a notification through Othena and by email when they become eligible. A detailed Othena user guide can be found online here: Othena User Guide
  1. Visit the Othena website
  2. Click on "First Time User"
  3. Fill out the questions on the pre-screening questionnaire. 
  4. Click on "Register". 
  5. Fill out profile information and click "Submit". During the registration process, users have the option to enter insurance information. However, there is no-co-pay or deductible and no out-of-pocket cost. Othena also offers a "Family Feature", which provides the ability to add family members into one account. Unique emails are not required for each family member. Family members will receiving notifications through their email, but they do not own their own account and cannot login separately from the original account they are listed under. Their account is managed and owned by the family member who signed them up. Please note that when one family member schedules an appointment with their individual invitation, it does not apply to everyone in the account. Each family member must be eligible to receive the vaccine and they will be required to show proof of eligibility at their first scheduled appointment. If users have already completed registration and would like to indicate they are eligible for vaccination due to a health condition, they can click the top left button with three lines in the Othena app to get to "Phase Screening". From there, they can go through the assessment to select their condition. 
  6. Apple iPhone Users: Download Othena from the Apple App Store
  7. Google Android Users: Download Othena from the Google Play Store
  8. For users that have completed registration, Othena will send an app notification and will email eligible groups, alerting them that an appointment is available. The appointment alert email will be sent from othenanotification@compositeapps.net. If individuals provided a mobile phone number during registration, they will receive text notifications from 833-376-1548. Individuals will be able to select the location and vaccine type when they receive the appointment alert. Individuals who need Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodation at any point-of-dispensing (POD) site can make a request when scheduling their appointment through the Othena platform. If a preferred location or vaccine type is not available, users can wait for a later invitation. Once someone is at the vaccination site for their appointment, the choice of vaccine cannot be changed. The individual will receive the vaccine identified when scheduling the appointment through Othena. Individuals are encouraged to keep in mind that because vaccine availability within the county is limited, appointments may be available only one or a few days at a time.
  9. Users must schedule their appointment through Othena (on the website or app) within four hours of receiving the email. If the user fails to respond to the email, the user will be placed back in the virtual line. 
  10. For the second dose of the vaccine, Othena will schedule an appointment automatically. Second dose appointments will have priority. If an individual needs to reschedule their second dose appointment, they need to make sure that the location they select has the same vaccine as their first dose. 
  11. Othena will send an appointment reminder with a pre-screening questionnaire. Individuals can save time on vaccination day if they complete the questionnaire before their appointment.
  12. On the date of vaccination, please plan to arrive 15 minutes before the appointment. Individuals should ensure they are hydrated and have had something to eat at least two hours before their vaccination. Individuals who are 5-17 years old must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If individuals have active COVID-19 symptoms or are still in the isolation/quarantine period after being exposed, the individual must reschedule their appointment. When individuals check-in at their appointment, they can show the Quick Response (QR) code located in the Othena app. This can be found by selecting the appointment and the "I Have Arrived" option. Individuals will need to provide consent to be vaccinated by signing the Othena consent screen. Please note that no pets are allowed at any Mobile Point of Dispensing (POD) locations. 
  13. Once vaccinated, Othena will provide a COVID-19 Vaccination Quick Response (QR) Passport code and vaccine status (in the app and online). Users can check which vaccine they received on the "Vaccination Round" page in Othena. Individuals will also receive a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) approved COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card. The QR code and the CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record card can be added to the individual's digital wallet. 
Othena Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 
Answers to FAQs can be found on the County website. Please visit https://occovid19.ochealthinfo.com/othena-faqs for more information. 

To receive additional Orange County vaccination information, individuals can sign-up to receive the Orange County COVID19 Vaccine Facts newsletter and receive a weekly email of information at CovidVaccineFacts.com. Individuals can scroll down until they see the subscribe button and enter their email. 

Third Dose and Booster Dose Information
Third doses (also sometimes referred to as "additional doses") are not the same as booster doses. 

Third Doses
The third dose is one additional mRNA injection (Moderna or Pfizer) given to ensure adequate primary response to COVID-19 vaccination in people who are moderately to severely immune compromised and may not be adequately protected by their initial two-dose series.
  • The third dose of mRNA vaccines are available to individuals 5 years and older with moderate to severe immunocompromised conditions. This includes individuals: 
    • Receiving active cancer treatment for tumors or cancers of the blood
    • Receiving an organ transplant and are taking medicine to suppress the immune system
    • Receiving a stem cell transplant within the last 2 years and are taking medicine to suppress the immune system
    • Moderate or severe primary immunodeficiency (such as DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome)
    • Advanced or untreated HIV infection
    • Active treatment with high-dose corticosteroids or other drugs that may suppress immune response
  • Individuals who are immunocompromised can receive their third dose at least 28 days after receiving the second dose of Pfizer or Moderna
  • People should talk to their healthcare provider about their medical condition and whether getting a third dose is appropriate for them. 
  • An additional vaccine dose is not currently recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for people who are immunocompromised and received a single dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. 

Booster Doses
A booster dose is administered in response to waning (decreasing) immunity over time, which Pfizer's reported data indicates may exist in individuals who completed the initial series of the Pfizer vaccine. 
  • On September 22, 2021, the United States Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) authorized the administration of booster doses of the Pfizer vaccine for certain populations, 6 months or more after their initial vaccine series. The Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines have not been approved for booster doses. 
  • On October 20, 2021 the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) took action to expand the emergency use of a booster dose of the Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines in eligible populations (please see eligibility section below) and to allow for the use of the available vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson) as a "mix and match" booster dose in eligible individuals who have completed their primary vaccination with a different available COVID-19 vaccine. 

Vaccine Supportive Services
  • Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record Portal: The State of California has launched a voluntary portal for individuals who want to share proof of vaccination. Individuals can use either the electronic version that they will get from the portal or the card they were given at the time of vaccination. Individuals who have lost their vaccination card are encouraged to access a digital version of their vaccination record through the Vaccine Record Portal. If the individual is a parent or guardian and have multiple vaccine records associated with a single cell phone number or email address, they can enter each digital vaccine record request separately. To access the portal, please visit https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/. To view the frequently asked questions (FAQs), please visit https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/faq
  • Lyft: Individuals can request a no-cost or discounted ride to a COVID-19 vaccine site on the Lyft website or app. 



Program Phones:
714-805-7838Business Line 2
Latino Health Access Appointment Line
949-724-6900Business Line 3
Lakeview Senior Center - Irvine Residents ONLY
562-826-5300Business Line 4
Veterans Affairs (VA) Health Care
714-332-6367Business Line 5
Families Together of Orange County
323-792-6843Business Line 6
Santa Ana Southwest Senior Center Vaccine Clinics
833-422-4255Toll free
My Turn
714-834-2000Business Line
COVID-19 Hotline

Website: occovid19.ochealthinfo.com/covid-19-vaccination-distribution

Location information
Irvine Valley College  
Location: 5500 Irvine Center Drive, Parking Lot 8
Irvine, CA 92618
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Program Hours:
Website available: 24 hours, 7 days a week; COVID-19 Hotline hours: 8:00 am-5:00 pm Monday-Friday; For appointments scheduled through Othena, please arrive 15 minutes before the appointment
Disabilities Access: Yes

Program Delivery
Eligibility: - PRIMARY/INITIAL VACCINE SERIES ELIGIBILITY: Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccine: Must be 18 years and older, Pfizer vaccine: Must be 5 years and older, Individuals 5-17 years old must have parental consent to be vaccinated and must have their legal guardian or parent schedule their vaccine appointment, Individuals 5-17 years old must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to receive the vaccine if they signed up for an appointment through Othena; THIRD (ADDITIONAL) DOSE ELIGIBILITY: Must be 5 years and older with moderate to severe immunocompromised conditions (please see program description above for full list); BOOSTER DOSE ELIGIBILITY: Must be 12 years and older, Must have received the second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine for the primary series at least five months ago or received the first Johnson and Johnson vaccine at least two months ago, Individuals 12-17 years can only receive the Pfizer booster dose, Individuals eligible for a booster dose can receive a dose that is the same as or that is different from their primary COVID-19 vaccine series
Languages: Korean, Mandarin, Spanish, Vietnamese, English
Application Process: Visit Albertsons' website, the County of Orange's website, CVS' website, Health Mart Pharmacies' website, Hoag Memorial Hospital's website, Kaiser's website, My Turn's website, Ralph's website, Rite Aid's website, Walgreens' website, Walmart's website, Othena.com or can call Lakeview Senior Center (Irvine residents who are 55 years and older and high-risk), Families Together of Orange County, Latino Health Access, Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties, Inc, or Share Our Selves for an appointment; Veterans who are enrolled with Veterans Affairs (VA) Health Care, can call the VA; For assistance with signing up for Othena, call the COVID-19 Hotline; Walk-ins welcome at the Mobile Point-of-Dispensing (POD) sites, Orange County Great Park, Brookhurst Community Center, McDonald's locations, and Mexican Consulate; If individuals 5-17 years old want to schedule an appointment for a Pfizer vaccine through Othena, their parent or legal guardian must be the one to sign them up
Payment methods: No fee
Documents Required: At vaccination site (after registering through Othena): Picture ID (Government ID, Passport from America or foreign country, or School ID); Document verifying Date of Birth (DOB) such as Birth Certificate, Immigration paperwork, Medical visit summary with name and date of birth, medical insurance card with name and date of birth, or prescription with name and date of birth; If ID is not available, must refer to Supervisor for guidance at vaccination site
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Defined coverage area:
CA-Orange County


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