Who is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine?
COVID-19 vaccines are recommended for anyone ages six months and older.
- Novavax is FDA Emergency Use Authorized for ages 12 years and older (primary series only)
- Pfizer-BioNTech, Bivalent is FDA Emergency Use Authorized for ages six months and older.
- Moderna, Bivalent is FDA Emergency Use Authorized for ages six months and older.
For individuals under 15 years of age, a parent or legal guardian must accompany the minor to a vaccination site, provide verification of identity and relationship, and give verbal consent for the minor to be vaccinated.
If a parent is unable to accompany them, minors 16 and older are permitted to have written consent or conduct a video call with Public Health Staff whereby the parent/legal guardian provides verification of identity and relationship and gives verbal consent for the minor to be vaccinated. The consent form can be found at: Ventura County Department of Public Health Consent Form.
Where and How Can I Get My Vaccine?
Safe, free, and effective COVID-19 vaccines are now available to everyone ages six months and up. COVID-19 vaccines are offered at over 200 sites in Ventura County by a network of medical offices, community clinics, pharmacies, Public Health clinics, and mobile clinics. In addition, vaccine appointments may be made on MyTurn\ or by calling (833) 422-4255 (available in multiple languages) for scheduling support.
County of Ventura Sponsored Clinics
Ventura County Public Health operates COVID-19 vaccination clinics at the following locations for everyone ages six months and up. Appointment is encouraged but not required. Want to plan ahead? Make an appointment at MyTurn.ca.gov or call the CA COVID-19 Hotline at 833-422-4255. All booster doses for those six months and older will be with the bivalent booster vaccine.
|North Oxnard Public Health
2240 E. Gonzales Rd, Suite 140
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
|South Oxnard Public Health Clinic (C Street)
2500 S. C St., Suite B1
Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Storefront facing Saviers Road at Centerpoint Mall will be permanently closed after Friday, February 24. For COVID-19 vaccines, visit one of our Public Health Clinics mentioned above.
What To Bring To Your Appointment
Bring a form of documentation with your name on it. You do not need a government-issued ID to receive a vaccine. Undocumented individuals are eligible to receive a vaccine regardless of their immigration status. Examples of acceptable documentation include student ID, library card, rental agreement, utility bill, a REAL ID, state driver’s license or identification card, and passport, among others. For minors under the age of 17 years, please have proof of birthdate in your documents (birth certificate, school portal information, passport, etc.)
Free Transportation to Get Vaccinated
For a limited time, some providers are offering free transportation to vaccination centers. Please contact the providers in advance to schedule transportation.
- Ventura County Area Agency on Aging: For older adults ages 60+ for testing or vaccine
- Gold Coast Transit serving Oxnard, Ventura, Port Hueneme, Ojai, and surrounding unincorporated areas
*Must schedule a day in advance
COVID 19 Vaccine Questions
How can I get a copy of my vaccination record if I lose my vaccination card? +
- Get a digital copy of your COVID-19 vaccine record at https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/.
- You can request a copy of your vaccination records directly from the California Immunization Registry by filling out this form: https://cairforms.cairweb.org/AuthorizationToRelease/AuthorizationToRelease. If you are not able to complete this form, contact the CAIR Help Desk 800-578-7889 or email CAIRHelpDesk@cdph.ca.gov
What are the potential side effects of the vaccine? +
Find more information here: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Who do I notify if I have a reaction to the vaccine? +
All “reactions” to the vaccine should be reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System VAERS)