VENTURA COUNTY CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION
Data updated Monday, Wednesday, Friday
View the progress statewide on the State’s vaccine dashboard.
Who Can Receive the Vaccine at This Time?
Starting May 13, all individuals 12 years of age and older are eligible to be vaccinated. Please note, only Pfizer is approved for use for ages 12-17.
For individuals 12-15 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.
Homebound vaccination information. Are you or a loved one homebound and in need of the vaccine? The mobile team can help. Please call the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging at 805-477-7300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a visit from the mobile team. There is no cost for the visit. This service is available for any homebound individual 12 years old or older.
COVID-19 Vaccines are now available by appointment at MyTurn.ca.gov and by walk-in!
You can register to receive your vaccine at dozens of locations across Ventura County at MyTurn.ca.gov or by calling the CA COVID-19 Hotline at 833-422-4255.
Ventura County Public Health operates clinics across the County at the following locations. Full clinic days and hours of operation are listed on MyTurn.ca.gov. The list below includes a state-sponsored vaccine clinic at Oxnard College run by OptumServe.
Walk-in hours are available across our Department of Public Health Clinics. Walk-in appointments are subject to vaccine availability. Extended hours are available by appointment on MyTurn.ca.gov or by calling the CA COVID-19 Hotline at 833-422-4255.
|North Oxnard Public Health
2240 E. Gonzales Rd, Suite 140
Oxnard, CA 93036
Walk-in hours: Monday-Friday 10:30am-4:30pm. Open until 6:30pm on Thursdays.
Vaccine: Pfizer, Moderna, and Janssen
Starting August 2, this location will offer extended hours from 8:30am-4:30pm Monday-Friday and will continue to offer evening hours until 6:30pm on Thursdays. It will also be open from 9:00am-4:00pm on Saturdays
|Oxnard Rose Avenue (Closed on July 31, 2021)
(Babies R Us Building)
2340 N Rose Ave, Oxnard, CA 93030
Walk-in hours: Tuesday-Friday 11:00am-6:30pm, Saturday 9:00am-4:30pm
Vaccine: Pfizer, Moderna and Janssen
Now open Tuesday to Saturday
|South Oxnard Public Health (C Street)
(Tent in the parking lot, near Las Islas Clinic)
2500 S. C Street, Oxnard CA, 93033
Walk-in hours: Monday-Friday 10:30am-4:30pm
Vaccine:Pfizer, Moderna, and Janssen
Starting August 2, this location will offer extended walk-in hours from 8:30am-4:30pm Monday-Friday and evening hours until 6:30pm on Fridays.
|Oxnard College (To close on August 9, 2021)
Moved to Performing Arts bldg. at 4000 S. Rose Ave, Oxnard, CA 93033
Walk-in hours: 9:00am- 5:30pm Saturday-Monday, 12:00pm-7:30pm Thursday-Friday (Closed for staff lunch break: 1-2 pm Saturday through Monday. Closed 3-4 Thursday through Friday)
*State sponsored. Operated by LHI.
Anyone in need of a second dose does not need an appointment to get vaccinated at the above clinics. Please be sure to select a clinic offering the vaccine you received for your first dose.
Specialty Clinics and Pop-up Events
FREE Mobile Vaccination Clinics: We Will come to Your Event!
Request the Mobile COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic to your event or location at no cost.
Businesses or organizations must have at least 35 people that would like to get vaccinated.
Register by emailing email@example.com.
Know Before You Go
- Most of the County of Ventura vaccination sites are indoor sites and require some walking to get from the parking area into the vaccination site. Please plan accordingly based on any mobility limitations. The South Oxnard Clinic is currently the only outdoor site, which can accommodate individuals needing to remain in their vehicles if necessary.
- Only Service Animals as defined by ADA are allowed inside vaccination sites.
- Minors will require parental consent either in-person or through virtual verification at the time of the appointment.
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 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
- Valley Express (thru Sept 30, 2021) serving Santa Paula, Fillmore, Piru and surrounding unincorporated areas
- Thousand Oaks Transit (805) 375-5467
- Moorpark City Transit (805) 375-5467
- Simi Valley Transit (thru Sept 1, 2021) (805) 583-6456
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, passport, among others. For minors 12-17, please have proof of birthdate in your documents (birth certificate, school portal information, passport, etc.)
Post Vaccine Information
- State of California’s Vax for the Win incentive program. The next 2 million Californians who start and complete their COVID-19 vaccination process starting May 27 will be eligible for a $50 incentive card and other cash prizes. Learn more at: https://covid19.ca.gov/vax-for-the-win/
- After receiving your first dose of Pfizer or Moderna, you will become eligible for your second dose after a waiting period of 21 days for Pfizer and 28 days for Moderna. Once you become eligible, you have a window of approximately 14 days to receive your second dose to ensure maximum efficacy. You do not need to receive your second dose on the exact date you become eligible.
- If you plan to use a walk-in clinic for your second dose, please be sure to select a clinic offering the vaccine you received for your first dose. If you arrive at a site for a second dose vaccination before the wait period has ended, you will be turned away. Please refer to your vaccination card and count the appropriate calendar days, starting the day after you received your first dose.
- You will be given information about follow-up post vaccination at your appointment. Site staff will provide instructions on how to enroll in V-Safe Post Vaccine Follow-Up Information and other important information.
COVID 19 Vaccine Questions
The mobile team can help. Please call the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging at 805-477-7300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a visit from the mobile team. There is no cost for the visit. This service is available for any homebound individual 12 years old or older.
The State of California announced a new vaccine incentive program on May 27, 2021, as part of the Vax for the Win reward program. The next 2 million Californians who start and complete their COVID-19 vaccination process starting May 27 will be eligible for a $50 incentive card and other cash prizes.
Californians will receive a single-use redemption code and link through text message or email 7-10 days after their final dose to claim their incentive card. If the participant does not have a phone or email, they can call 1-833-993-3873 to receive their single-use redemption code.
You do not have to register through MyTurn.ca.gov to qualify for this incentive. You are eligible if you get vaccinated at any site in California that reports to the statewide vaccination registry (CAIR), including in-home vaccination services.
- 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 CAIRHelpDesk@cdph.ca.gov
It is free and you do not need insurance to receive the COVID-19 vaccine
Pfizer has 95% efficacy and Moderna has 94.5% efficacy. Please note that even after receiving both doses, you should continue to follow measures to stop the spread as you can still transmit the virus to others.
Maximum efficacy can be expected two weeks after receiving your second dose.
COVID-19 Vaccines are now available by appointment at MyTurn.ca.gov and by walk-in! You can register to receive your vaccine at dozens of locations across Ventura County at MyTurn.ca.gov or by calling the CA COVID-19 Hotline at 833-422-4255.
The County’s dose allocation varies from week to week and is determined by the state.
- County of Ventura COVID-19 Vaccination Task Force
- Pfizer Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers
- Moderna Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers
- COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation Guidelines
- COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions (The New England Journal of Medicine)
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Recommendations on COVID-19 Vaccine