The changes coming to California's MyTurn vaccination sign-up website you need to know

Thursday marks a big day for COVID-19 vaccination efforts in California. Starting April 15, residents age 16 and older will finally be able to register for the life-saving shot. California Department of Public Health officials hosted a presentation on Wednesday introducing new changes to the MyTurn website, a one-stop-shop for people to find and set up vaccine appointments instead of combing through multiple websites. Starting on Thursday, April 15, state officials said the website will display language settings clearer on the front page, and offer translations in 14 languages, from Tagalog to Japanese. There will only be two choices for age range — "16 to 17," and "16 and older." People selecting from the 16 or 17 category will only be shown Pfizer clinics through MyTurn. Right now, Pfizer is the only vaccine approved for those 16 and older. See more in the video above.