UC Davis Health is part of California's new centralized vaccination program. If you haven't already, please visit MyTurn.ca.gov to see if you're eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. Once you’re eligible, you will be able to schedule your appointment by logging in below. 

COVID-19 vaccines are available at no cost to you. You must schedule an appointment to get a COVID-19 vaccine. We are not accepting walk-ins. Appointments are based on vaccine supplies. As more vaccines become available, more appointments will open.

UC Davis Health has not received enough COVID-19 vaccine doses to continue scheduling appointments at this time. Please continue to check MyTurn.ca.gov for updates and to see if you’re eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.



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Your COVID-19 vaccine questions answered

As you await your COVID-19 vaccine, get answers to many of your questions, like:

  • How does the vaccine work?
  • Is it better to get a two-dose vaccine or a single-dose vaccine?
  • What are side effects associated with getting a vaccine?
  • Can I get COVID-19 from the vaccine?

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COVID-19 vaccine fact sheets

Below you will find FDA fact sheets with more information on each COVID-19 vaccine:


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COVID-19 vaccine: Myths and facts

UC Davis Health experts dispel myths you may have heard from a neighbor or seen on social media. Learn the facts about the COVID-19 vaccine.


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COVID-19 clinical trial participants: Vaccine is ‘nothing to worry about’

Volunteers who participated in the Pfizer vaccine clinical trial through UC Davis Health were some of the first in the U.S. to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. They discuss their experience after learning they received the vaccine several months earlier.


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The latest COVID-19 news from UC Davis Health

Get the latest COVID-19 news on vaccines, treatments, and variants from UC Davis Health. Our experts also provide tips for caring for loved ones, coping with stress during COVID-19 and much more.