Visit this page for a collection of COVID-19 vaccination news, tools, resources, and information from Cal Wellness and community partners. These resources will be centered around vaccination availability, safety, and eligibility information.
COVID-19 Vaccination Resources
Find out how to request an appointment and more.
Self-tests for COVID-19 give rapid results and can be taken anywhere, regardless of your vaccination status or whether or not you have symptoms.
Find maps and charts tracking cases, deaths, and trends of COVID-19.
Read the CDC's public health recommendations for fully vaccinated people.
Policymakers and the healthcare sector must earn trust within communities of color and tribal communities to ensure COVID-19 vaccine receptivity, say public health leaders.
There’s a refrain among some skeptics that “COVID-19 is just the flu,” which is not at all accurate.
Visit this searchable collection of online links and materials to help equip diverse language communities with important information about COVID-19.
Instead of judgment, we need to empower trusted messengers to answer community questions and dispel myths.
The CDC offers answers to commonly asked questions about COVID-19 vaccination.
Where you come in the vaccine line depends on where you live.
Featuring Board Chair Dr. Pamela Simms-Mackey, the "Between Us, About Us" video showcases an open and honest conversation between W. Kamau Bell and Black doctors, nurses and researchers that gets to the heart of Black people’s questions about the COVID-19 vaccines.
Now that there are authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines in the United States, accurate vaccine information is critical. Read this info from the CDC.
iFoster is recruiting current and former foster youth ages 18-24 to help ensure vaccine roll-out happens with equity and prioritizes our most vulnerable populations.
Authors Dr. LaVeist and Dr. Benjamin are among 60 Black health experts who have signed on to this op-ed.
Diversity within clinical trials for a COVID-19 vaccine helps ensure safety and effectiveness across populations and may increase confidence in getting the vaccine among people of color.
Learn how a South L.A. doctor is beating the system and distributing vaccines equitably.