Information about vaccine clinics, scheduling, and public announcements regarding the COVID-19 Vaccine in Colusa County will be posted here.

You must bring your CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Card to your appointment. If you misplaced your card, staff will be onsite with computer access to verify your first dose.

>Public Health Weekly Walk-in Vaccine Clinic Now Available

Location: Colusa County library (Morse Conference Room) located at 738 Market St

May 310:30am-12:30pm738 Market StModerna and Pfizer
May 1710:30am-12:30pm    738 Market St    
Moderna and Pfizer
June 710:30am-12:30pm    738 Market St    
Moderna and Pfizer
June 2110:30am-12:30pm    738 Market St    
Moderna and Pfizer

>Other Vaccine Locations

Local and Out of County Vaccine Locations and Providers Map

>Vaccine Help Line

You must talk to a live Public Health Worker. Leaving a voicemail will not guarantee an appointment.

Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm

(530) 458-0399

Para asistencia en español llame a la linea de asistncia para el COVID-19 al numero: 

Lunes-Viernes 8:00am-4:30pm

(530) 458-0399


What to Expect After Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine

Information on common side effects, helpful tips, and when to call a doctor after a COVID-19 vaccination.

What to Expect After Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine (PDF)

Busting Vaccine Myths: English | Spanish

V-safe After Vaccination Health Checker: English | Spanish

Other Links

Why is the vaccination important to you?

ALL individuals aged 5 and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  In addition, COVID-19 boosters are recommended for individuals aged 12 and up.

The Omicron variant is easier to catch, and easier to transmit than earlier strains of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).  Luckily, COVID-19 vaccines are proven to be highly effective at preventing severe illness, hospitalization, and death.  We encourage you to protect yourself, and your loved ones - get VACCINATED today!