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COVID-19 Vaccines

Vaccine Information

UC COVID-19 Vaccination Program Policy (07/15/2021)
Employee FAQs for Vaccination Policy 
UCnet article about policy
COVID-19 Vaccine Policy - UC ANR FAQs (08/03/2021)
COVID-19 Vaccine Program Policy - UC ANR Volunteer FAQs (09/15/2021)
UC ANR COVID-19 Vaccine Status Disclosure survey (UCANR login required)
UC Health Information about COVID-19 vaccines (links to fact sheets and other campus resources)

The Vaccines are Here!

As of May 12, 2021, all Californians aged 12 or over are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. To make an appointment to get the vaccine, visit https://myturn.ca.gov/ or https://vaccinefinder.org/ or your local health department website to find a provider and make an appointment.

Vaccine Breakthroughs and Delta Variant
CDC guidance to health departments
Worried About Breakthrough COVID Cases? Here's What To Know

Vaccination Records

Get your Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record
Step by Step Instructions

Lost your Vaccine Card?

If you misplaced your vaccine record card, use these methods to request a replacement card:

Call: 800.578.7889
Web: California Statewide Immunization Information System
Email: CAIRHelpdesk@cdph.ca.gov


More on why vaccination is safe and important:

  • Sadly, Jan. 21, 2021 was the day when the COVID death toll in the U.S. reached, and then exceeded, the 405,399 Americans who died in World War II.
  • While many are concerned about the vaccines, even back in December, communities were growing in confidence that the vaccine is safe. By December 2020, numbers intending to get the vaccine had already grown to above 60%. (Pew Research December 2020)
  • More farm employees receive vaccines (California Farm Bureau)