Coronavirus Update

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

The Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) remains committed to supporting consumers, licensees, applicants, and stakeholders throughout the pandemic by maintaining the delivery of our programs and services. DCA is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation as it evolves and as California continues to respond, while coordinating with state and local agencies, and our partners to protect the health of all Californians.

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Updated COVID-19 Booster Vaccinations Now Available

You can now get an updated Moderna or Pfizer booster that improves your protection against Omicron variants. See if you're eligible and schedule your appointment. Find COVID-19 boosters:

Who Can Get Vaccinated

Any Californian aged 6 months and older can get vaccinated, for free.

Your immigration or insurance status does not matter. No one will ask about your immigration status when you get vaccinated.

California’s COVID-19 website with vaccine and booster information is available here

How to Get Vaccinated

My turn: Check or call (833) 422-4255 to book an appointment or find a walk-in site near you. Use the CDC’s to book an appointment or find a walk-in site near you.

Notice Regarding COVID-19 Vaccine Administration

As the COVID-19 vaccines are distributed, the Department of Consumer Affairs is supporting the State’s effort to ensure that all providers follow the standards for allocating and administering COVID-19 vaccines. In particular, healing arts licensees must adhere to the current federal and state prioritization standards for allocating and administering COVID-19 vaccines in phases. The standards are available on the California Department of Public Health’s website at the following link:

For more information, please see the Vaccine Distribution Guidance document.

Additional Resources:

Click here to view more COVID-19 public services created by the Department of Consumer Affairs.

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