CA COVID-19 vaccine notification site, MyTurn, will soon be available in Kings, Fresno County

People can also register to be notified via text or email when they become eligible for their shot.
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The state's online platform, My Turn, which allows people to schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments, will soon be available in both Kings County and Fresno County.

California's Department of Public Health piloted the site in two Southern California counties and is now working to implement it across the state.

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Currently, only healthcare workers and people 65 and older are eligible to schedule appointments through My Turn.

In Fresno County, starting on February 19 and each Friday following, appointments for the next week at the Fresno Fair will be posted on MyTurn for those that qualify.

Fresno County residents who do not have internet access can call 1-833-422-4255 to sign up for a notification on when it is their turn to receive the vaccine.

You are asked to bring the COVID-19 consent form and pre-vaccination screening form.

The site helps people search for vaccine clinics near them and either schedule an appointment online or call in to get assistance with scheduling.

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People can also register to be notified via text or email when they become eligible for their shot.

There's no word yet on an exact date when the platform will go into effect in Kings County.
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