COVID Vaccine Info

AHS is currently administering the Moderna vaccine. If you would prefer receiving the J&J vaccine, please call the COVID Helpline at 510-735-3222.

Asian Health Services (AHS) is now vaccinating AHS patients and community members. Click on the “AHS Patient COVID vaccine sign-up” button on this webpage to register for the waitlist. Patients will need to have their AHS medical record number to register.

AHS is updating its information and protocols as they rapidly change. Regular updates will be available at the AHS website. Call 510-735-3222 for the COVID helpline. Thank you to our AHS patients for your patience and thank you for choosing Asian Health Services as your partner in health.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Sign Up

Sign up in-language for your COVID vaccine if you are an AHS patient.

  • Anyone over the age of 18 should get the vaccine. It is the best way to protect yourself and your family from COVID.
  • AHS is currently administering the Moderna vaccine.
  • It offers great protection. Compared to the annual flu vaccine, it is twice as effective.
  • Yes, it is safe. While it is a new vaccine, over 10 million doses have already been given and bad reactions are extremely rare.
  • If you are allergic to polyethelene glycol (Miralax), you should not get the current COVID vaccine.
  • If you develop immediate allergic reaction (hives, wheezing) to the first COVID vaccine, you should not get the 2nd shot.

We are reserving your spot in the waitlist and will call or text you when appointments become available based on your eligibility and our vaccine supply.

Patients must have an appointment to receive their COVID-19 vaccination.

  • AHS did not receive this batch of vaccines. Also, more recent information confirmed that the paused batch is now okay to be used.
  • After the second dose, there is a high chance of side effects similar to a flu vaccine (arm soreness, muscle aches, headache, tiredness) for a few days. This is expected and can be a good sign that your immune system is working.
  • You can get the vaccine. Please discuss this with your doctor first if you still have concerns.

The current vaccine is free. Alameda County is currently working with the state and local clinics like AHS and local pharmacies to provide the vaccine to our community. We will notify you when we are ready to make your vaccine appointment

Eligible patients will get a phone call, text, or letter from AHS. For this vaccine, we will book 2 appointments for the 2 shots, 28 days apart.

Since our vaccine supply is limited, If you are being offered a vaccine appointment, please take it.

No, vaccinations are administered based on the eligibility of the scheduled person. Please add yourself to the vaccine waitlist on our website.

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