Immunizations & Eligibility

Child, youth and adult immunizations, vaccine information, including vaccination risk-benefit education are available through the Immunization Program. Vaccines are available through ongoing community immunization clinics. Seasonal flu vaccine is offered annually through special flu vaccine clinics and at the community immunization clinics. Flu Vaccine clinics are scheduled annually.

Immunizations FAQs

Is there a Charge for Immunizations?

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Is there a Charge for Immunizations?

There is a $26.00 administration fee for each vaccine administered.

  • No one who is eligible to receive vaccine is denied immunization services due to inability to pay.
  • Medi-Cal is accepted.
  • Medicare Part B is accepted for flu immunization.

What are the Eligibility Criteria for Vaccination?

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What are the Eligibility Criteria for Vaccination?

Immunizations are provided to Individuals Under 19 years of Age Who Are:

  • Uninsured
  • Medi-Cal/CHDP
  • American Indian or Alaska Native

And Individuals 19 Years of Age and Older Who Are:

  • Uninsured
  • Have insurance that does not cover Tdap or MMR

Where are the Services Provided?

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Where are the Services Provided?

Appointments are required, please call (209) 754-6460.

Who is Eligible for Program Services?

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Who is Eligible for Program Services?

Vaccine information and education are available to all Calaveras residents.

Immunizations Resources & Links