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Local COVID-19 Resources:

The Sonoma County Medical Association vaccine clinic for April 12-16, 2021 has appointments available for COVID vaccinations at the Grace Pavilion at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. All clinics are open to residents of Sonoma County over the age of 50 until April 15, and then anyone over the age of 16 can register for later in the week.

The vaccine allocation for this week is Moderna and Pfizer (which is appropriate for anyone age 16 or older.) You may register for those over the age of 16 to schedule for the clinics on April 15 and 16.

Please use one of the following links to schedule appointments:

Monday, April 12, 10AM – 3PM: [Vaccine allocation: 600 Moderna - age 18+]

https://www.caprepmod.org/reg/0960221114

Tuesday, April 13, 10AM – 3PM: [Vaccine allocation: 600 Moderna - age 18+]

https://www.caprepmod.org/reg/0240621199

Wednesday, April 14, 10AM – 3PM: [Vaccine allocation: 600 Moderna - age 18+]

https://www.caprepmod.org/reg/1692026401

Thursday, April 15, 10AM – 3PM: [Vaccine allocation: 300 Moderna - age 18+ | 300 Pfizer priority given to those age 16-18]

https://www.caprepmod.org/reg/0960221141

Friday, April 16, 10AM – 3PM: [Vaccine allocation: 300 Moderna - age 18+ | 300 Pfizer priority given to those age 16-18]

https://www.caprepmod.org/reg/1220469201

All clinics are held in Grace Pavilion at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, 1350 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa.

Note: We are unable to provide vaccine to anyone under the age of 16 until we are given the green light from the County of Sonoma. Please do not schedule <16 at this time.

Please check back often for updates vaccine appointment links as they are created. 

The Sonoma County Medical Association will continue to compile relevant resources to support our local medical community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Statewide Resources


Due to the PPE Relief Program's overwhelming success, CMA is extending support to practices and physicians with direct shipment of PPE supplies. As supplies become available, CMA will contact past program participants. If you have questions or would like to register your practice, please email memberservice@cmadocs.org.

The State of California made millions of medical-grade PPE pieces – including N95 masks, surgical masks, shields, gowns, and gloves – available FREE to physician practices. The California Office of Emergency Services partnered with CMA to distribute this equipment to qualifying small and medium-sized medical practices at live events in July and August. CMA is now distributing PPE Relief kits via direct shipment to practices that did not register for the first round of distribution. PPE Relief kits include up to a two-month supply (exact amount may vary by practice size, specialty and location). Questions?  See the FAQ.

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Additional COVID-19 Resources

The New England Journal of Medicine: COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Center
A collection of resources on COVID-19 vaccines, including frequently asked questions, continuing medical education, published research, and commentary.