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Vaccine Resources

Vaccines Now Available For Children

Six Months and Older

Do it for yourself, your family, and your community. When you’re vaccinated against COVID-19, you protect yourself from a deadly disease. Vaccinate to stop the spread to your friends, your family, your elders, and the people who work hard to keep our communities safe and open.

COVID-19 vaccines protect against new variants like Delta and Omicron, which are easier to catch and more dangerous to unvaccinated people than earlier forms of the virus. The vaccines are highly effective at preventing severe disease, hospitalization, and death from these variants, and are critical to stopping the spread of COVID-19 before it can mutate into an even more dangerous form.

Vaccination is now available to young people aged six months to 17 years old, so families can feel even safer as we venture out more, visit grandma and grandpa, go on summer vacations, and get back to doing the things we love.

Studies have shown the Pfizer vaccine is very effective in preventing COVID-19 infections and producing protective antibodies in teenagers. Learn more from the CDC about the benefits of getting a vaccine.

CDC has expanded eligibility of COVID-19 vaccine booster doses to everyone six months of age and older, recommending that children ages 5 through 11 years should receive a booster shot 5 months after their initial Pfizer-BioNTech vaccination series.

Where to Get


Parents and caregivers can make appointments using their health system’s instructions or pharmacy websites. Other sources for vaccine appointments include the state’s vaccine booking website,

Families can also visit community clinics offered by the following partners:

  • CVS
  • RiteAid
  • Safeway
  • Save Mart (enter zip code)
  • Groveland Pharmacy
    Call 209.962.5211 to make an appointment
  • Twain Harte Pharmacy
    Call 209.586.3552 to make an appointment
  • VA Clinic

Visit the Tuolumne County Public Health Department website for more information or schedule an appointment directly through or by calling 833-422-4255.



Schedule an appointment to receive a vaccine for you or your children.

Tuolumne County Public Health Department

Local up-to-date information on vaccine clinics. 

Adventist Health Sonora

Adventist Health physicians recommend the COVID-19 vaccine.


Vaccination Policies

What is the vaccination policy for students?

TCSOS highly encourages anyone who is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine to get vaccinated before school starts and is partnering with healthcare and community providers to make vaccines accessible and free for TCSOS families.  Visit TCSOS’s COVID-19 vaccine webpage for the latest updates on COVID-19 vaccines.

Per state law, all students should also be up to date on all other vaccines required for school before attending. If the school does not yet have your child’s immunization record, or your child receives additional vaccinations, please bring the updated vaccination record to your child’s school. Information about health requirements for school is available on the TCSOS Immunization website.


What is the vaccination policy for staff and teachers?

TCSOS is requiring all staff to report their vaccination status. The district is actively promoting all eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine to get vaccinated and is partnering with healthcare and community providers to make vaccines accessible and free for TCSOS staff and families. All school-based personnel who are not fully vaccinated for COVID-19 must test at least once weekly. Visit TCSOS’s COVID-19 vaccine webpage for the latest updates on COVID-19 vaccines.


Where can I request information about the vaccination rates or statistics about testing results for my student's school or classroom?

To protect the privacy and confidential health information of students and staff, TCSOS is unable to share detailed information about vaccination records. TCSOS is planning and implementing health and safety guidelines and enforcing COVID-19 mitigation strategies such as universal masking, improved ventilation, and surveillance testing based on the current public health context whereby children under 5 years old are unvaccinated. 


When will TCSOS implement the statewide vaccination mandate?

The State mandate does not go into effect right away, and it is contingent on the COVID-19 vaccine receiving full FDA approval for anyone who is between ages 5-15. 

Currently, all students attending TCSOS, per California state law, are required to be up to date on immunizations required by the Health and Safety Code and the CA Code of Regulations. 

We will be working closely with the Tuolumne County Public Health Department to set up additional systems to verify student vaccination as we await more details from the State.