COVID-19 Vaccine Resources
COVID-19 vaccines are being made available to all Oregonians 16 and older on April 19th, 2021. Below you will find local and state resources that share vaccine information like safety, qualifying persons, and clinic/pharmacy locations to get your vaccine.
- This page is made available by the Oregon Health Authority. You can find general safety guidance, eligibility, access to the “Get Vaccinated Oregon” tool and more!
- This page shows general availability at pharmacies and clinics across the nation.
- Yamhill County Public Health provides information for the Get Vaccinated Oregon tool and qualifying groups as well as other ways you can find a vaccine in Yamhill County.
- Polk County Public Health provides information for the Western Oregon University clinic as well as local pharmacy information.
- Washing County Public Health provides information for the Oregon Convention Center clinic as well as the OHSU drive-thru clinics at the Hillsboro Stadium among various other clinic information across Washington County.
- 211 Info has a range of COVID-19 information including vaccine updates by county and how to get signed up for an appointment.
You can contact 211 for COVID Vaccine Questions by dialing:
Dial 2-1-1 ext. 0
Call (503) 222-5555 ext. 0
Text “ORCOVID” to 898211
What you should know about the COVID-19 Vaccines
COVID vaccines are safe and effective
The Food & Drug Administration (FDA) requires rigorous safety testing before it will approve any vaccine. The COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson were tested in tens of thousands of study participants and generated enough data to convince the FDA that the vaccines were safe and effective.
Vaccine supply is currently limited
Because of limited supply, not everyone who is currently eligible for a vaccine will be able to receive one right away.
The COVID-19 vaccine will be free
The vaccines will be provided at no cost to you. You do not need health insurance. If you have health insurance, vaccine providers may charge your insurance company an administration fee for giving you the vaccine. This means that you might be asked for your insurance information when you get your vaccine.
Different vaccines require different doses
If you receive either a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, you should receive a vaccination card that tells you when to get your second dose. If you receive a Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you will only need to get one dose.
Proof of eligibility or identification is not required
No need to bring proof of eligibility, identification, social security number or health insurance. Vaccine providers may ask if you live in Oregon or what kind of work you do.