COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

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Update (6/15/21):
Beyond the Blueprint for Industry and Business Sectors 

As Californians get vaccinated, the state is reopening and moving beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. The purple, red, orange and yellow tiers that helped us manage COVID-19 in our counties are on track to end on June 15. While very limited measures will remain, Californians will see life getting back to normal. For more information visit the Beyond the Blueprint page.

COVID-19 Vaccination
A COVID-19 vaccine is one of the most important tools to end the COVID-19 pandemic. A safe, effective, no-cost COVID-19 vaccine will be available to everyone in California who wants one. The vaccine, paired with other daily health habits, such as wearing face coverings and social distancing, will slow the spread of COVID-19 disease in our communities.  Click on the links below for more information.


Vaccine Eligibility Updates

  • Following the CDC's recommendation of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine among 12-15-year-old adolescents, Solano County has expanded vaccine eligibility to Solano County residents 12-15 years of age. Starting Thursday, May 13, families can schedule an appointment for their 12 to 15-year-old to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Parents must accompany their children to the vaccine clinic as consent is required.
  • For individuals age 16-17 years old, they can only receive the Pfizer vaccine and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to their appointment, or have a parent/guardian we can contact by phone during the appointment.

Vaccine Scheduling Assistance

For scheduling assistance, call the vaccine line at 707-784-8655.
Homebound? Needing transportation to get to a vaccine clinic? Call the vaccine line at 707-784-8655.

Mass Vaccine Events

Please see the upcoming clinics below. Walk in, schedule an appointment or call 707-784-8655 for assistance.

First Dose Vaccine Clinics

June 15, 1:00pm-5:00pm at St. Stephens CME Church (12+ Pfizer)
2301 Union Avenue, Fairfield, CA
Sign up at or walk-up onsite 

June 16, 11am-1:00pm at Solano Town Center 2nd floor (12+ Pfizer) 
1350 Travis Blvd. Fairfield. CA
Sign up at or walk-up onsite 

June 22, 11:00am-2:00pm at Faith Food Fridays (12+ Pfizer)
826 Solano Avenue, Vallejo CA
Sign up at or walk-up onsite 

June 22, 11:00am-3:00pm at Calvary Community Church (12+ Pfizer)
585 Mini Drive, Vallejo, CA
Sign up at or walk-up onsite 

June 26, 1pm-4:30pm at Diaz & Loera Centro Latino (12+ Pfizer and 18+ Johnson and Johnson) 
530 Broadway St, Vallejo, CA
Sign up at or walk-up onsite 

Second Dose Vaccine Clinics

  • Vaccine Dose Interval: The second dose of vaccines should be administered as close to the recommended interval as possible - 21 days for Pfizer or 28 days for Moderna.
  • Second doses can be administered up to 4 days earlier than the recommended date for the second dose and are still considered valid. If it is not feasible to adhere to the recommended interval and a delay in vaccination is unavoidable, the second dose of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines may be administered up to 6 weeks (42 days) after the first dose.
  • If you missed your second dose appointment, reschedule as soon as possible, even it's past the recommended time frame. There is no need to restart the series.  

    See below for a list of vaccine clinics providing second doses. Community members needing a second dose can walk-up onsite up to one hour before the end of the vaccine clinic event - registration is not required. 

June 2, 8am-12pm at First 5 Center (12+ Pfizer) 
3375 Sonoma Blvd, #10, Vallejo, CA

June 3, 2:30pm-6:30pm at Solano Town Center (by Forever 21) (12+ Pfizer)
1350 Travis Blvd, Fairfield, CA

June 9, 8am-5pm at Vacaville High School (12+ Pfizer)
100 W Monte Vista Ave, Vacaville, CA

June 10, 2pm-7pm at Filipino Community Center (18+ Moderna)
611 Amador St, Vallejo, CA

June 11, 8am-3:30pm at Mount Calvary Baptist Church (12+ Pfizer)
1735 Enterprise Dr Bldg 3, Fairfield, CA

June 11, 1:30pm-3pm at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church (12+ Pfizer)
1905 Florida St, Vallejo, CA

June 13, 12pm-5pm at South Vallejo Community Center (12+ Pfizer)
545 Magazine St, Vallejo, CA

June 18 3-5pm at Solano Middle School (12+ Pfizer)
1025 Corcoran Ave, Vallejo, CA

June 23, 1pm-6pm at Grange Middle School (12+ Pfizer)
1975 Blossom Ave, Fairfield, CA

June 24, 6am-4pm at Benicia Industrial Center (18+ Moderna)
511 East Channel Rd, Benicia, CA

June 27, 9am-2pm at St. Vincent Catholic School Gym (12+ Pfizer)
481 Florida St, Vallejo, CA

June 27, 12pm-3:30pm at Patterson Elementary School (12+ Pfizer)
1080 Porter St, Vallejo, CA

July 6, 1pm-5:00pm at St. Stephens CME Church (12+ Pfizer)
2031 Union Avenue, Fairfield, CA

Additional Vaccine Sites

State of California's MyTurn System -
There are vaccine appointments available through MyTurn, the state's vaccine appointment platform.

Vaccines.Gov -
You can also use to find a location near you, then call or visit their website to make an appointment.

Solano County Vaccine Events

For more photos, visit on our Solano Public Health Facebook Page

COVID-19 cases, demographics, and vaccines dashboard

Where Eligible Individuals can Get Vaccinated

Please note that appointment availability relies very heavily on supply. The facility's ability to accommodate all who are eligible depends on the facility's supply for vaccines. Due to limited supply, not everyone will be able to make an appointment right away. Appointments will be available as supply increases.

 Facility Eligibility Scheduling an Appointment
Kaiser Permanente Eligible Kaiser patients as defined by state guidance 866-454-8855
NorthBay Healthcare Eligible NorthBay patients 18-49 with one or more severe health conditions or patients age 50+ will receive a text message or email with instructions to schedule a vaccine appointment. Link
Sutter Health Eligible Sutter patients as defined by state guidance 844-987-6115
Community Medical Centers
(Vacaville and Dixon)
Eligible CMC patients as defined by state guidance 209-425-0007
Family Health Services Eligible FHS patients and those who are uninsured as defined by County/State guidance Fairfield FHS:

Vacaville FHS:

Vallejo FHS:
La Clinica de la Raza Eligible La Clinica patients are being contacted directly via phone and letter LC Vallejo Medical:

LC North Vallejo:
OLE Health OLE Health will send their patients a text message when they are eligible for vaccination 707-254-1178
Safeway Pharmacy Eligible individuals as defined by state guidance Dixon
Vallejo - Admiral Callahan
Vallejo - Robles Drive
CVS Pharmacy Eligible individuals as defined by state guidance Link
Costco Pharmacy Eligible individuals as defined by state guidance Link
Walgreens Pharmacy Eligible individuals as defined by state guidance Link
Sam's Club Pharmacy Eligible individuals as defined by state guidance Link
Walmart Pharmacy Eligible individuals as defined by state guidance Link

Other vaccination options for eligible individuals may be found at: or

Vaccine Prioritization, Safety and Ethics

See this link for more information about vaccine prioritization, safety and ethics. 

Fact Sheets

Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet
Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet
Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet

FAQs and Resources

For frequently asked questions, visit Solano County COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs
For frequently asked questions, visit CDPH's COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs
To learn more about how vaccine safety is verified, visit CDC's 
Ensuring the Safety of COVID-19 Vaccines
To learn more about how a vaccine is developed, approved and manufactured, visit the CDC's
Vaccine Testing and Approval Process