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COVID-19 Vaccination Availability & Eligibility

Marshall Medical Center is now participating in the State of California’s centralized vaccination program, called My Turn. To schedule your first-dose vaccine, visit and select any convenient location. Second-dose vaccines are automatically scheduled on and you will be notified via text or email.

Helpful tips:

  • If you prefer to receive your vaccine at Marshall Medical Center, enter 95667 in the zip code search field. Marshall will display as an option if appointments are available. It’s best to check after 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings for the week’s appointment schedule.
  • Vaccination appointments are subject to supply, which may be unpredictable.
  • Vaccine brand availability also depends upon which dose is sent by the state.

If you have had your first dose at Marshall (but not through the My Turn process), you will be contacted directly regarding your second-dose vaccine appointment.

About the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

U.S health authorities have recommended suspending the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine after reports of blood clots in six people of the more than seven million doses administered. Calling the cases “rare but severe,” those who have received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine are advised to monitor symptoms. All of the blood clot cases happened 6-13 days after the vaccine, with pain noted in the abdomen, severe headache or swelling. If you have a concern, go to the nearest emergency room. Medical experts are now aware of the issue and know how to treat it.

Frequently Asked Questions

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