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Vaccines are working! COVID-19 vaccines are safe and can keep you from hospitalization or death.

 

All Oregonians age 5 and older are eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine. People ages 5-17 must get the Pfizer vaccine. People over 18 can get any of the available vaccines.

 

Visit bit.ly/2ZV8aCt to see current vaccine locations.

Appointments and drop-ins welcome. To make an appointment, call 503-988-8939.

We only offer first and second doses at our weekly clinics. We’re not giving third doses or boosters at this time. 

 

You do not need health insurance, but some clinics may require ID. Learn more about appointment requirements and how to get help scheduling an appointment due to language access or barriers with technology by clicking the button below. 

CLINIC LOCATIONS

FRIDAY | IRCO Mid-County | 11AM-5PM

10301 NE Glisan St.
Portland, OR 97220

Vaccine: Pfizer (ages 12-17), Moderna (18+)

*Drop-ins welcome. Clinic staff can come outside
to you if you prefer to stay in your car.

SATURDAY | Latino Network at Rockwood

Boys & Girls Club | 12:30-4:30PM

454 SE 165th Ave.
Portland, OR 97233

Vaccine: Pfizer (ages 12-17), Moderna (18+)

 

*Drop-ins welcome. Clinic staff can come outside

to you if you prefer to stay in your car.

 

"We focus on reaching people who are Black, Indigenous, Latino, Pacific Islander, Asian, or other people of color, immigrants, refugees, and people without health insurance or a regular healthcare provider. Everyone is welcome. No one will be turned away."

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Children & Youth

People under 18 must get the Pfizer vaccine. We encourage youth to involve a parent or other trusted adult in their health care decisions; however, at age 15+ youth can make the decision themselves to get a vaccine. 

 

Ages 5-14 require a parent or guardian’s consent and must have an adult with them at all times during the vaccine process.

Second Doses

Most clinics and pharmacies will schedule you for a second dose if you need it, even if you didn’t get your first dose there. Tell the provider you are getting your second dose. Get the same brand for your second dose as you did for your first. 

Boosters & Third Doses

Multnomah County is not providing booster shots or third doses at weekly vaccine clinics.

To get a booster shot or third dose:

 

Contact your healthcare provider 

Ask your local pharmacy

Call 2-1-1

Visit GetVaccinated.Oregon.gov