COVID-19 Information and Updates

Latest health order: Masks required indoors for vaccinated as well as unvaccinated individuals.

How To Get Vaccinated for COVID-19 – Free!

nurse applying bandaid on young woman's armCOVID-19 vaccines are now available – free of charge – to all Californians age 12 and older, and that includes college students! 

To find a vaccination clinic near you, visit the Santa Clara County Public Health Department website for a list of clinic sites where you can drop in without an appointment, or schedule a time that fits your schedule. 

You can also search for vaccination locations in California on or nationwide on

Get Tested for COVID-19 – Also Free!

Free COVID Testing in Cupertino: Oct. 4 and 18

A mobile testing van will be at the Cupertino Senior Center, across from campus at 21251 Stevens Creek Blvd., on these dates:

  • Monday, Oct. 4: 9:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
  • Monday, Oct. 18: 9:30 a.m.–4 p.m.

Appointments will be open for scheduling seven days before the testing date. Please visit the Santa Clara County testing website for the appointment link.

Testing is a critical tool in the fight against this pandemic. To find a free COVID-19 testing site near you, use these online tools:

Vaccine Rewards

Did you get vaccinated between May 27 and July 18? You may still be eligible to collect your $50 incentive card! For details, visit the state's Vax for the Win website.

Help for Students

Equity Fairies is a volunteer group that is partnering with De Anza College to assist students with scheduling appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine. Just fill out their easy request form and they will contact you to find a location and time that works for you.

Latest Updates

The most current information about COVID-19 will come from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Santa Clara County Department of Public Health.

Student Health Services

Current students can visit the Health Services virtual clinic for services. The virtual clinic uses online video that is HIPAA-compliant for privacy and security, so students can talk with a health care provider about issues including women’s health, birth control, community resources and referrals. To schedule an appointment, send an email to

  • You can also visit Wellness Central, an online resource for students.
  • Note: If you have coronavirus symptoms – which may include a combination of fever, cough, difficulty breathing, headache, chills and loss of taste or smell  stay home and call your primary doctor, health care provider's nurse hotline, or Valley Medical Center at 408.885.5000.

Guide to Online Spring Quarter at De Anza

You can now find information, updates and resources for the 2021 spring quarter on our new webpage at We'll continue to update the page below with health information related to the coronavirus.

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