City of Woodland - COVID-19 

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Where Can I Get Vaccinated?

Vaccines are highly effective at preventing symptomatic illness, hospitalizations, and death.

CDC recommends that people ages 6 months and older receive one updated (bivalent) booster if it has been at least 2 months since their last COVID-19 vaccine dose, whether that was:

  • Their final primary series dose, or
  • An original (monovalent) booster

People who have gotten more than one original (monovalent) booster are also recommended to get an updated (bivalent) booster.

Call-to-Order "Door Vax": All Woodlanders can call (530) 902-3230 (or (530) 379-3465 para ayuda en español) to order any vaccine dose delivered to their home or business seven days a week. Please call the number for more information.

General vaccine questions, including where to find a vaccine for your child 6 months and older: Visit MyTurn.ca.gov or call 833-422-4255 to find a vaccine near you.

Vaccinations for Kids 

The CDC recommends that everyone ages 6 months and older get vaccinated against COVID-19. Kids 5 and older are also eligible for an updated bivalent booster. Parents or guardians must provide consent for minors to receive vaccine doses and can do so in three ways:

  1. Accompany minor to the vaccine clinic
  2. Fill out a consent form (Click here for English & Spanish)
  3. Provide verbal consent over the phone (not preferred, but acceptable)

Questions about vaccination for kids? Please visit the County's COVID K-12 school webpage.

Where Can I Receive Treatments?

Woodlanders sick with COVID looking to receive treatment have options:

  • Speak with your doctor 
  • Call (833) 686-5051 or visit sesamecare.com/covidca for free telehealth appointments (especially important for our neighbors without health care)
  • Visit the OptumServe Test to Treat mobile center, in Woodland on Mondays and Thursdays. 

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Where Can I Get Tested?

In addition to the Test to Treat mobile clinic, other locations like retail pharmacies offer COVID tests. Click here to learn more about options in Yolo County. 

Where Can I Review Wastewater Data?

Woodland participates in Healthy Central Valley Together, a wastewater monitoring program to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Click here to learn more.

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Should I Wear a Mask?

Masks provide an important layer of protection against COVID-19. The higher the level of respiratory virus in the community (including Flu, RSV, and COVID), the more important it is to wear a mask indoors when around others.

> Learn more about the current guidance here.

Yolo Hotline:

Want to talk to someone about local testing, vaccine availability, or any other COVID-related questions? 

Call Yolo County's COVID Hotline at (833) 965-6268

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