Get Vaccinated

Safe, free, and effective COVID-19 vaccines are now available to everyone age 6 months and up. Check for available appointments near you using the My Turn website. Anyone can go to their local pharmacies to get vaccinations through walk-ins, or appointments, for all their required vaccines.

Certification Process

For Students

Student Vaccination Certification Process

If eligible, upload your COVID-19 booster information using the COVID-19 Vaccination Self-Certification module. You will only be cleared to be on campus when your record shows you are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines or have submitted an approved medical or religious exemption.

For Employees

Employee Vaccination Certification Process

All Stan State faculty and staff are required to upload proof of receiving a vaccine booster shot or request a medical or religious exemption into the myStanState PeopleSoft Self-Service module.

Additional Vaccination Information

Visit the CDC site for COVID-19 Vaccination FAQs

When to Get COVID-19 Vaccines Including Boosters

Vaccination After Exposure
After someone has recovered from COVID-19 infection, they may want to consider delaying obtaining a COVID-19 primary vaccine or booster for 3 months as studies have shown that increased time between infection and vaccination may result in an improved immune response to vaccination, as described by the CDC.
Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccination and SARS-CoV-2 infection.

Stanislaus County Health Services Agency
(209) 558-7535 or visit the Stanislaus County Website for their schedule

For more information regarding COVID-19 vaccines and distribution, please visit the following:

Updated: September 19, 2022