The information provided on this page is solely for the benefit and convenience of employees. It does not constitute medical advice. Please contact your primary medical provider if you have questions about the vaccine, or need additional clarification on the information you find here. Every effort has been made to ensure this information is up to date. However, information about the vaccine is quickly evolving, and data still being collected.

The City is not mandating the vaccine for any employees at this time. Any information provided voluntarily to the City or a third party or by the City, such as proof of vaccination, or letters of verification of your job duties, is purely for the benefit and convenience of the employee.

Information about COVID-19 vaccines has been changing frequently, and the status will continue to evolve over the next weeks and months. To ensure information is reliable and from an official source, we encourage you to stay up-to-date with the San Mateo County Public Health Department vaccine website at https://www.smchealth.org/covidvaccine

Been vaccinated? You can still spread the virus, continue social distancing protocols!
Even for individuals who have received the vaccine, there is no change in the general requirements to socially distance, wear a face covering, wash hands frequently, monitor your health for symptoms, and stay home if you are sick. It is unclear how effective the vaccine is in preventing transmission of the virus – even if you have the vaccine you still may be able to spread COVID-19 (https://covid19.ca.gov/vaccines/#California's-vaccination-plan)