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COVID-19 Resources & Information

By April 25, 2022September 28th, 2022No Comments

Update: September, 2022

Booster FAQs

  • 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 to receive the new bivalent COVID-19 booster?

Bivalent booster dose: People ages 12 years and older who received a primary series with any COVID-19 vaccine, including people who previously received a monovalent booster dose(s), are recommended to receive 1 bivalent booster dose; any age-appropriate bivalent booster dose (Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech) can be used.

Monovalent booster dose: People ages 5−11 years who received a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine primary series are recommended to receive 1 age-appropriate monovalent Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine booster dose.

No booster dose: People ages 6−11 years who received Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine primary series and people ages 4 years and younger are not currently eligible for any booster dose.

  • Where do I get the new booster?
    Marin Community Clinics patient? If so, contact us at 415-448-1500 to schedule an appointment. We currently offer patients free, safe, and effective COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots during routine visits. We will also offer flu vaccines and you can get both on the same day at your Marin Community Clinics visit.

To find a walk-in vaccine clinic near you, or to make an appointment to receive a vaccine dose or booster shot outside of Marin Community Clinics, visit one of the following sites:

Primary Vaccines & Eligibility


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

Managing COVID symptoms at Home (from the CDC):

Additional Facts, Tips, Community Resources, and FAQs

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.