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Shasta County's Response to Local Emergencies

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

UPDATE: The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine is available to everyone 12 and older. Ages 12-17 can only receive Pfizer. Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are approved for ages 18+. Learn more about vaccines for teens.

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This is a rapidly evolving situation. Information is being updated as it becomes available.

This is the official site of Shasta County Public Health and provides the public with current information on COVID-19 vaccination - including vaccine eligibility, how to make an appointment, and data and statistics.

  • FREE, WALK-IN CLINICS for anyone 12 and older: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays through Sundays, Redding Senior Center, 2290 Benton Drive. 

     Do you have limited mobility and are having difficulty getting vaccinated? Visiting and select the “Find an Appointment” button. Respond “yes” to the question about needing help with transportation or an in-home appointment. You will receive a call from a state representative within a few days to determine your eligibility. 

    OR, make an appointment in one of these ways:

    •    My Turn Shasta County Public Health, Shasta Community Health Center and other clinics

         VaccineFinder Local pharmacies

         Vaya a VaccineFinder 

      Additional providers that are not on MyTurn or VaccineFinder:  

    Clinic Brand Who Can Sign Up

    How to Sign Up

    Hill Country Community Center Moderna, Johnson & Johnson All eligible populations
    (530) 337-6243
    Redding, Round Mountain  
    Mercy Medical Center Moderna and Pfizer All eligible populations, second doses only
    Mountain Valleys Health Center Moderna All eligible populations
    (530) 336-5511
    Pit River Health Services Pfizer  All eligible populations
    (530) 335-3651
    Redding Rancheria Tribal Health Center Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson (depends on clinic) All eligible populations
    (530) 224-2700

    Shasta Community Health Center Moderna for second doses, Pfizer All eligible populations By invitation, walk-ins welcome
    Bring this paperwork
    Veterans Administration Moderna and Pfizer  Veterans, spouses and caregivers
    (530) 226-7555

    Second doses:

    • You must bring your CDC card if you are receiving your second dose.
    • If you received your first dose at Safeway, please follow the link on your confirmation email/text from your first dose to make an appointment for your second dose.
    • If you received your first dose at Public Health or Shasta Community Health Center, you should have received your second dose appointment date/time when you signed up for your first dose. If you don’t remember your appointment time, call 245-7890.
    • If you received your first dose elsewhere, please check directly with the provider for your second-dose information

Here's what you'll need to know

  • Most Importantly

    • Print, complete and bring any paperwork needed for the clinic you're attending. If you are unable to print it, blank forms will be available.

    • You must bring your CDC card if you are receiving your second dose

    • Please do not attend a mass vaccination clinic if you have a history of anaphylaxis or severe allergies.

    • If you have had COVID, please refer to this guidance before getting a vaccine.
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If you need help, missed your second dose appointment or need more information:

  • For general questions, call (530) 245-7890

  • If you're having trouble with MyTurn or don't have an email address or mobile phone, call the California COVID-19 Hotline at 1-833-422-4255 (M-F 8AM-8PM, Sa-Su 8AM-5PM) for assistance.

  • If you need a replacement CDC card, call (530) 225-5591

  • Learn more about flu, travel, childhood and other immunizations at