Update: March, 2023
Free, safe, & effective vaccines/boosters (for anyone – patients & non-patients) at Marin Community Clinics
- Wednesdays: 1-3:30pm @ 3110 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael (no appointment needed)
- Thursday: 1–3:30pm @ 6090 Redwood Blvd, Novato (no appointment needed)
- OR request a vaccine or booster at any regularly scheduled Marin Community Clinics appointment
- The new bivalent boosters are here! What is a bivalent booster?
Until now, the COVID-19 vaccines have targeted the original strain. The variants of COVID-19 have made this vaccine a little less effective over time. This new bivalent booster protects against the original strain and the new Omicron variant (BA.4/BA.5 variants)
- Who is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine? What about booster doses?
Everyone ages 6 months and older should complete a 2-dose primary series of the COVID-19 vaccine, followed by a bivalent booster dose at least 2 months later. To learn more, visit the COVID-19 eligibility chart at myturn.ca.gov.
- Where do I get the new booster?
We currently offer patients and non-patients vaccines and boosters at our weekly Health Hubs – no appointment is necessary. To schedule an appointment, please contact us at 415-448-1500.
- Need more information? Get answers to additional frequently asked questions pertaining to booster shots via the CDC.
Marin Community Clinics is currently distributing Quidel QuickVue At-Home rapid tests to patients (subject to very limited supply and availability). If you received a QuickVue test, step-by-step user instructions are in the box or you can view here:
Treatment & Care
- From the FDA: Know Your Treatment Options for COVID-19
- Care at Home and When to Seek Medical Treatment (download here for English and Spanish)
Managing COVID symptoms at Home (from the CDC):
- 10 Things You Can Do to Manage COVID Symptoms at Home – English
10 Things You Can Do to Manage COVID Symptoms at Home – Spanish
10 Things You Can Do to Manage COVID Symptoms at Home – Vietnamese
- What to do when you are sick – English
What to do when you are sick – Spanish
What to do when you are sick – Vietnamese
Additional Facts, Tips, Community Resources, and FAQs
- From the CDC: Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination
- COVID-19 best practices, hotlines, community resources, and assistance programs
- Tips and resources for parents at home
- Getting a COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy
- You’ve Received Your COVID-19 Vaccine – What Happens Next? (PDF English)
- Usted ha recibido su vacuna de COVID-19 – ¿Qué sucede después? (PDF Spanish)
- COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ (MCC PDF – ENG)
- Preguntas Frecuentes de Pacientes Vacuna contra COVID-19 (MCC PDF – ESP)
- From the CDC: COVID-19 & HIV
There is a lot of information – and misinformation – about COVID-19 vaccines. Marin Community Clinics is here to give you accurate and reliable information about the vaccines. A great resource is the County of Marin’s website dedicated to the Coronavirus found here.