OPPORTUNITIES TO HELP:
Non-medical volunteers: Please sign up with Alameda Count through this electronic form. You will be asked to submit to a brief background check.
Medical volunteers: Please complete both of the following registration forms.
- Register with the California Health Corps here and be sure to sign up for the “Alameda County Unit.”
- Sign up with Alameda Count through this electronic form. You will be asked to submit to a brief background check.
At this time, we are fortunate to have a large number of volunteer offers which may cause delays in our vetting system and background check process. We will process these as quickly as possible in anticipation of needing additional volunteers in the coming months as our vaccine allocation from the state increases. There is no pay for volunteering. Thank you for your patience as this process ramps up.
COVID-19 Case Investigation/Contract Tracing Services Vendor Pool Rolling RFQ
The Alameda County Health Care Services Agency is seeking qualified organizations to provide emergency COVID-19 services that include case investigation, contact tracing, resource navigation, outreach and health education, and distribution of the Isolation/Quarantine Care Kits to Alameda County residents. Learn More!
February 17, 2021
Alameda County, Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare and Sutter Health Launch Drive-Thru COVID-19 Vaccinations on Feb. 17 at the Alameda County Fairgrounds
February 10, 2021
First Two Cases of South African Variant identified in California; Detected in Santa Clara and Alameda Counties
February 3, 2021
Alameda County Gets a Mega Vaccination Site through State-Federal Partnership; Expands Eligibility for COVID Vaccine to Include Essential Workers, Seniors and High-Risk Individuals in Phase 1B
January 28, 2021
County Health Officials Align with State Guidance for School Reopening
January 25, 2021
Bay Area Exits State’s Regional Stay at Home Order; Alameda County is in the Purple Tier
January 14, 2021
Statement on 'Who can get vaccinated in Alameda County right now?'
December 14, 2020
Alameda County Prepares for Vaccine Distribution to Frontline Hospital Workers and 911 First Responders