City of Woodland - COVID-19 

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Where Can I Get Vaccinated?

Vaccines remain highly effective at preventing symptomatic illness, serious symptoms, hospitalizations, and death.

Booster shots: Everyone 12 and older should get a booster dose when eligible. Boosters provide strong protection against COVID, including Omicron variants. Visit Yolo County's COVID page to learn more.

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.

Where Can I Receive Treatments?

Speak with your doctor or visit the Test to Treat center here in Woodland.

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Where Can I Get Tested?

Healthy Yolo Together offers free saliva-based PCR testing three days a week at Norton Hall on North Cottonwood just south of the Hansen Family Health Center. Results usually come back within 24-48 hours.

> Learn more and book an appointment here.

You can order free at-home rapid antigen tests at COVIDtests.gov

Learn more here

Other locations, including retail pharmacies, offer COVID tests. Click here to learn more about options in Yolo County.

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Should I Wear a Mask?

The City and Yolo County strongly recommend that everybody wears a mask indoors in Yolo County.

> Learn more about the current guidance here.

Vaccinations for Kids 

Kids 5 and older are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine. Kids 12 and older are eligible for a booster dose. 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 ages 5 - 11? Please visit the County's COVID K-12 school webpage.

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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