Vaccines

As more vaccinations start to become available to interested members of the public, we wanted to provide some informational resources for our residents.

While vaccinations are not being distributed by the City of Clovis, we are working closely with Fresno County and their healthcare partners to ensure our residents have the most up to date information on where you can learn about your eligibility and the availability of vaccines.

To the right, you will find a list of resources we have gathered from various government and healthcare websites. We have learned that these sites are updated regularly, so please check back often.

The Clovis City Council has adopted an Emergency Order which allows the use of our Round Up Transit Service for those seniors, 65 and older, who need transportation to and from vaccination locations within the Round Up service boundaries (North to Shepherd, West to West, South to Kings Canyon, East to Thompson). 

A limited number of trips will be available per day and reservations need to be made in advance.

Fresno County's Status

Many non-essential indoor business operations are closed

Some non-essential indoor business operations are closed

Some indoor business operations are open with modifications

Most indoor business operations are open with modifications

FAQs

How you will be vaccinated depends on when you are eligible and the available supply at the time you are eligible. 

Schedule with My Turn

People with a high chance of exposure and those 65 or older are currently eligible for vaccination  and can schedule appointments immediately. In certain counties they can book them on the myturn.ca.gov site or by calling (833) 422-4255. Appointments are available in Spanish.

Due to high demand and limited supply, each county is setting their own geographic requirements. Most limit vaccination to those who live or work within the county. Appointments not satisfying the local requirements may be cancelled, even after you arrive at the vaccination site. Check the county’s vaccination website to make sure you are eligible before making an appointment.

 

Educators and childcare providers under age 65 will be able to book an appointment on myturn.ca.gov with a special code. The state is working with local education and childcare organizations to distribute these codes. Learn more about the K-12 school staff and childcare vaccine allocation plan(this is a pdf file).

The Clovis City Council has adopted an Emergency Order which allows the use of our Round Up Transit Service for those seniors, 65 and older, who need transportation to and from vaccination locations within the Round Up service boundaries (North to Shepherd, West to West, South to Kings Canyon, East to Thompson).  Round Up is a service for disabled residents who call in advance to schedule trips. The City Council has determined that certain eligibility requirements should be suspended to allow this service to be used by all seniors, not only those with a disability.

A limited number of trips will be available per day and reservations need to be made in advance.

To reserve a ride on Round Up, please call (559) 324-2760.

California has partnered with OptumServe to provide free, confidential testing statewide. Tests are available for everyone, including underserved communities and individuals who are at high risk. 

Testing with OptumServe

Tests are by appointment only. Find a location near you and make an appointment at:

Register to be tested for COVID-19

If you do not have internet access, call 1-888-634-1123.

OptumServe community testing sites serve all individuals who qualify for a test. This includes uninsured, underinsured, undocumented and homeless individuals. You do not need a driver’s license to get this test.

Activities and businesses that have a lower risk of spreading COVID-19 are allowed to open sooner. Higher-risk activities or businesses aren’t allowed until later tiers. An activity or business’s tier depends on whether it can:

  • Accommodate mask wearing at all times (for example, eating and drinking requires removing masks)
  • Allow physical distance between individuals from different households
  • Limit the number of people per square foot
  • Limit time that an individual is at the business or activity
  • Limit time of exposure
  • Limit mixing of people from different households
  • Limit amount of physical interactions of visitors/patrons
  • Increase airflow (such as operating outdoors or opening windows and doors) 
  • Limit activities that are known to increase virus spread (like singing, shouting and heavy breathing)

Additional Resources

Tenant & Landlord Resources

Find more information on COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act

Emergency Rental Assistance

Fresno County residents may apply to receive COVID-19 rent relief

State of CA
COVID-19 Information

Get COVID-19 information and stay up to date with State regulations

Fresno County
COVID-19 Information

Get COVID-19 information and stay up to date with County regulations

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