Update on Vaccination Resources/Rollout

Supervisor Katie Rice 

Update on Vaccination Resources/Rollout

January 22, 2021

Marin County Public Health is working closely with MarinHealth, Kaiser Permanente, Sutter, Marin County fire agencies, Marin Medical Reserve Corps, and other community partners to provide coordinated vaccine distribution across Marin. This includes hosting mass vaccination Points of Dispensing (POD), where hundreds of people can be vaccinated in a short amount of time. An overview of current operations for all healthcare vaccination dispensing sites can be found online and more vaccine providers are expected to come online in the weeks ahead.

Marin County’s approximately 25,000 residents who are age 75 or above are now being prioritized for vaccination as we move into Phase 1B. In parallel with this effort, vaccination of any remaining Phase 1A-eligible healthcare workers and residents of long-term care facilities will continue.

For information on your health care provider’s registration/vaccination process, visit the Vaccination Status page and scroll down until you find your provider, whether that be Kaiser, Sutter, Marin Health or other.  For each, you will find the status (who is getting vaccinated now, what’s coming soon and directions for how you will be notified when it’s your turn).   

Additionally, to help all Marin residents (no matter your health care provider) track when they may be eligible to receive a vaccine, the County is launching a new online interest form.  Residents can answer a few questions to be subscribed to receive email or text message notifications when their turn has arrived and how to pursue a vaccine appointment.  The form is available in English and Spanish on Marin County Public Health’s vaccine webpage.  

Additional information about the vaccination process can be read on coronavirus.marinhhs.org/vaccine, including frequently asked questions, myths versus facts, etc. Given the fluidity of the vaccine roll-out at the federal and state level, and how that impacts distribution locally, we encourage residents to stay informed of progress by subscribing to Public Health’s daily status updates. The emails contain information on vaccine progress, announcements of when new vaccination phases open, and other relevant COVID-19 information. Read the latest press release for more information.

Contact Info:

Supervisor Katie Rice





District 2 Aides:

Nancy Vernon




Jen Gauna