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From: My UC Davis Healthcare Message Center
Subject: Making Your COVID Vaccine Appointment
Date: January 20

UC Davis Health is now scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments for patients ages 75 and over, who have visited a UC Davis Health clinic or provider in the last 18 months. Based upon your health record, we understand you are now eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Here in MyUCDavisHealth, go to 'Visits' or 'Appointments' and click to 'Schedule an Appointment.' If you are eligible, you should see a 'Schedule Now' button for your COVID-19 vaccination. Clicking the 'Schedule Now' button will show you a range of available appointments at our COVID-19 vaccination clinic, located in the main auditorium of the UC Davis Health MIND Institute, at 2825 50th Street (just north of Broadway) in Sacramento.

In the coming weeks, and based upon the availability of vaccine doses, we plan to expand to additional locations across the area, and to begin vaccinating patients ages 65 and over.

Vaccine appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Once all available appointments for the week are filled, scheduling for that week will close. Appointments for the following weeks will be released as vaccines become available.

If you have a 'Schedule Now' button, but are not able to schedule a vaccination appointment because no appointments are available, you will receive a notification when batches of new appointments are released. We regret that we cannot accept walk-in appointments for vaccinations, and we cannot provide vaccinations for patients without an appointment.

Patients undergoing active cancer treatment should consult with their oncologist before scheduling a vaccine appointment.

Second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are planned for 3 to 4 weeks after the first doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, respectively, and additional vaccines may become available in the coming weeks. The state of California has directed that as many patients as possible should receive a first dose vaccination, in order to expand protection to the greatest number of people. So it is possible there may be a lag period of days or weeks before some patients can receive their second dose of vaccine.

For questions about the patient vaccination process or vaccines, please visit our COVID-19 vaccine information for patients page. Additional up-to-date expert information about prevention and other coronavirus topics is always available on our coronavirus homepage.