Vaccination provides the most effective defense against the worst respiratory virus outcomes, and this is the first year where vaccines are available for the three viruses responsible for most hospitalizations – COVID, Influenza, and RSV.
If you are insured, you can access vaccines and test kits through your health care provider or a retail pharmacy. If you are uninsured, please consider attending one of the Yolo County Health & Human Services Agency's flu clinics listed here: www.yolocounty.org/immunizations . These county-run clinics prioritize vaccinating uninsured and underinsured individuals.
If you are uninsured and test positive for COVID, free treatment and telehealth consultations are available through Sesame Care. Schedule an appointment today by visiting sesamecare.com/CovidCA or by calling (833) 686-5051.
If you are uninsured or underinsured, here are local resources available near you:
- Uninsured adults can receive COVID vaccines at CommuniCare+OLE Hansen Family Health Center (215 W. Beamer St.) and Walgreens Pharmacy (10 W. Main St.).
- Uninsured children can receive COVID vaccines at CommuniCare+OLE Hansen Family Health Center (215 W. Beamer St.) and Northern Valley Indian Health (1280 E. Gibson Rd.).
- Yolo County Public Health will provide flu vaccines for uninsured adults and children on Thursday, October 19, from 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. at Woodland Community and Senior Center (2001 East St., Banquet Room #3).
- Additionally, free COVID antigen tests and masks are available at the vending machine at La Superior Market (34 W. Court St.).
This news item was prepared by the County of Yolo. Click here for the County's COVID-19 page.