COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION PORTAL    Vaccinate Counties LOGO_121420_Plumas

 See the calendar below or check the MyTurn platform on a regular basis for open clinics. 

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Call the CA COVID-19 Hotline at 1-833-422-4255 

(M-F 8AM-8PM, Sa-Su 8AM-5PM) for assistance with MyTurn.

For 2nd Dose appointments, if you need to re-schedule a 2nd dose appointment you must re-schedule through MyTurn. 

  • If unable to receive 2nd dose at 28 days (Moderna) or 21 days (Pfizer); You can receive 2nd dose 24 days Moderna) 17 days (Pfizer) (no sooner)
  • or up to 2 weeks after 28 days (Moderna) or 21 days (Pfizer)

Vaccination Numbers

Plumas County residents with at least 1 dose - 8329 (48.0%), fully vaccinated - 7645 (44.1%)


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Minor Consent Forms

This consent form should be use if the individual receiving a COVID-19 vaccine is under the age of consent. Click for a downloadable PDF:

Minor Consent Form in English

Minor Consent Form in Spanish

***Walk-ins are welcome at 1st dose and 2nd dose clinics. However, there is no guarantee of an available dose and best to come towards the end of a clinic, as it is unknown how many no-shows or extra vaccines are available.

Appointments for vaccination clinics must be made through MyTurn; however, 2nd dose clinics are not currently available in MyTurn. Walk-ins are welcomed at 2nd dose clinics, but there is no guarantee of extra doses.

The following local Pharmacies are also offering COVID-19 Vaccinations:

Lassen Drug - Chester, CA (530) 258-2261

RiteAid - Quincy, CA (530) 283-1809

Quincy Pharmacy - Quincy, CA (530) 283-4545


Who is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine right now?

Currently in Plumas County anyone 12* and older is eligible for vaccination.  

* The Pfizer vaccine is currently the only COVID vaccine that has received an Emergency Use Authorization from the FDA for 12 years and older..  


FDA Approves Emergency Use of Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) Vaccine

CDPH Issues Statement on Western States' Approval to Resume Use of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

Learn more about the FDA’s EUA process for the Pfizer vaccine

Learn more about the FDA's EUA process for the Moderna vaccine

Learn more about the FDA's EUA process for the Janssen vaccine

What is the difference between the COVID-19 Vaccines? Click here

COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheets

Pfizer Vaccine Fact Sheet: English | Spanish - CDPH Fact Sheet: English | Spanish

Moderna Vaccine Fact Sheet: English | Spanish - CDPH Fact Sheet: English | Spanish

Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) Fact Sheet: English - CDPH Fact Sheet: English Spanish

Have more questions? Check out our FAQ page!

Click here for the page!

California's Vaccination Plan

California has developed a COVID-19 Vaccination Scientific Safety Review Workgroup to review FDA –approved vaccines. After the vaccine’s safety has been reviewed and approved by these health experts, the State is planning to distribute and administer vaccines as quickly as possible.

California’s distribution of COVID-19 vaccines will be guided by the following overarching principles:

  1. The vaccine meets safety requirements
  2. The vaccine is distributed and administered equitably. People with the highest risk of infection will get the vaccine first.
  3. Community stakeholders (at the State level) are brought in from the outset for transparency

A safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine will be one of the most important tools to end the COVID-19 pandemic. California will be transparent, careful, and above all, equitable in its vaccine distribution. The state will provide a COVID-19 vaccine to everyone in California who needs and requests vaccination as supplies are available.

For more information, see

Why we need a vaccine

Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 will be one of the best ways to protect yourself and everyone around you. If you are protected from getting COVID-19, you cannot pass the disease to others.

Because the supply of vaccine will be limited at first, doing other things to help stop the spread will be just as important as it is now. This means still wearing a facemask, staying at least 6 feet away from others, washing your hands a lot, and staying home if you are sick.

What you can do now

Continue to help slow the spread of COVID-19:

  • Wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose
  • Wash your hands often
  • Stay 6 feet away from other people
  • Stay home if you are sick
  • Avoid large gatherings

You should also get a flu vaccine. Flu vaccines save lives and prevent more flu during the COVID-19 pandemic. People need to do everything they can to stay healthy and not overwhelm our health care system this fall and winter. To find where you can get a flu vaccine, visit VaccineFinder.