All Oregonians and Washingtonians over the age of 16 are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Oregon and Washington kids ages 12 to 15 are eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID vaccine. Here are all the ways you can get a vaccine in the state of Oregon and southwest Washington.
You can also visit vaccinefinder.org to find a vaccine location near you.
Portland Metro Area:
People in the Portland metro area can get the vaccine at the mass vaccination clinic at the Oregon Convention Center, the drive-thru clinics at the Portland International Airport or Hillsboro Stadium, or a number of community clinics and pharmacy partners.
The Oregon Convention Center
UPDATE: The mass vaccination site at the Oregon Convention Center will close permanently on Saturday, June 19. Right now you can receive the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
- The Oregon Convention Center is offering vaccinations to walk-ins, no appointment necessary. All Oregonians 16 and older are now eligible. Kids ages 12 to 15 are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine.
- The site at the Oregon Convention Center is currently offering second doses of the Pfizer vaccine or single doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
- You can also sign-up for an appointment at the Oregon Convention Center here.
- Call 971-268-5550 for assistance.
The OHA “Get Vaccinated Oregon” tool
Note: All Oregonians are encouraged to register with "Get Vaccinated Oregon" to be notified of vaccine providers in their community.
The OHSU COVID Vaccine Tool
UPDATE: The mass vaccination drive-up site at the Portland airport will close permanently on June 19. The drive-up site at the Hillsboro Stadium will close permanently on Tuesday, June 25. Appointments are not required.
- First and second doses will be available at the Hillsboro Stadium drive-up site through June 25.
- Remaining dates: June 2-4, June 7, June 10-11, June 17-18, and June 21-25.
- From now until June 19 only second doses of Pfizer or single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccines will be available at the PDX Airport drive-up clinic.
- Remaining dates: June 4-6, June 12-13, June 17-18 and June 19.
- Locations: Drive-up clinics at PDX Airport or Hillsboro Stadium, the OHSU Multnomah Pavilion as well as, the OHSU primary care clinics in Scappoose and Richmond (SE Portland).
Note: Drive-up locations are best for anyone with mobility needs and individuals with disabilities since you do not have to leave your car.
See "Community Clinics" chapter for additional vaccination sites in Washington and Clackamas counties.
A number of national pharmacy chains are offering the vaccine across the state of Oregon. Here's a look at how to schedule an appointment at the various locations, including Safeway, Albertsons, Fred Meyer and more. You can also find participating pharmacies at vaccinefinder.org.
- Schedule an appointment at your local Safeway or Albertsons store here.
- Schedule an appointment at your local Walmart here.
- 13 Costco locations across Oregon
- Select your Costco location to schedule an appointment and schedule an appointment here.
Fred Meyer & QFC
- Locations in Oregon & Washington
- Schedule using vaccine appointment tool here.
- Schedule an appointment by filling out the questions here.
- Create a Walgreens.com pharmacy account, complete the eligibility screening, and available appointments nearby will be listed for sign-up here.
- Locations in Oregon and Washington.
- Schedule an appointment at your local Rite-Aid here.
- Nearby locations in Forest Grove, McMinnville, North Salem, East Salem, Stayton and Monmouth.
- Make appointment here.
Health Mart pharmacies
- Schedule an appointment at a nearby Health Mart pharmacy here.
Federally Qualified Health Centers:
In an effort to be more equitable, multiple health centers in Oregon became part of a new federal vaccine program that began in February. The program's goal is to get more shots in the arms of underserved communities and those disproportionately hurt by the pandemic.
Here's a look at the participating health centers:
- Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center, Hillsboro
- Lane County, Eugene
- White Bird Clinic, Eugene
- One Community Health, Hood River
- Klamath Health Partners, Klamath Falls
- La Pine Community Health Center, La Pine
- La Clinica Del Valle Family Health Center, Medford
- Central City Concern, Portland
- Mosaic Medical, Prineville
- Wallace Medical Concern, Portland
- Tillamook County, Tillamook
- Multnomah County, Portland
- Winding Waters Medical Clinic, Enterprise
- Clackamas County, Oregon City
- Neighborhood Health Center, Portland
- Outside In, Portland
- Siskiyou Community Health Center, Grants Pass
Smaller vaccination sites have popped up in counties across the state. Here's a look at where you can find clinics in various counties.
Sign-up for an appointment at one of the community sponsored vaccine providers here.
Multiple community vaccination clinics in Clackamas County are now open for all eligible Oregonians. Many are accepting walk-ins, no appointment necessary.
Sign-up for an appointment online here or call 503-655-8224.
Ask to be transferred to the reservation call center to get help navigating the sign-up process.
Need additional assistance?
Positive Charge! PDX is a local nonprofit helping community members navigate the online appointment platforms. Simply call 971-258-0449 or complete the online form here if you need additional assistance.
There are multiple locations offering COVID-19 vaccinations in Marion and Polk County. The largest is the vaccination site at the fairgrounds, but there are other smaller clinics across the two counties as well.
Walk-ins are welcome without an appointment. You can also sign-up for an appointment using the Salem Health tool here. These sites are open to all currently eligible Oregon residents, not limited to Marion County.
Multiple locations available:
- Oregon State Fairgrounds
Jackman Long Building at the Oregon State Fair and Expo Center, 2330 17th St NE, Salem
- Western Oregon University
Werner University Center, Pacific Room
400 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth, OR 97361
- Salem Health Medical Clinic - Woodburn
- 105 Arney Road, Suite 130
- Woodburn, OR 97071
See the full list of Salem Health vaccination clinics here.
Hi-School Pharmacy (Silverton)
- Call 503-873-8391 to make an appointment.
Lancaster Family Medical Center (Salem)
- Lancaster Family Medical Center: Accepting appointments. Please call 503-576-8400 or email to schedule.
Legacy Health (Woodburn)
- Accepting appointments through OHA Get Vaccinated tool.
Mt. Angel Drug (Mt. Angel)
Call 503-845-6133 for an appointment.
Pill Box Pharmacy (Silverton)
Call 503-873-6321 to make an appointment.
Santiam Hospital (Stayton)
- Accepting appointments for eligible community members. Sign-up here.
Salud Medical Center (Woodburn)
- Salud Medical Center: Accepting appointments for eligible community members. Please call 503-982-2000 or email to make an appointment.
WFMC Health (Salem)
- Schedule appointments online here or by calling 503-585-6388.
- Address: 435 Lancaster Dr. NE Salem, OR 97301
Other Oregon counties:
For Oregon counties outside the major metropolitan areas, visit your local county health website from the list here to find out how to make an appointment.
The local pharmacy portals listed above can also be used to schedule vaccine appointments across the state of Oregon.
Here’s how to get a vaccine in the state of Washington. Use Washington’s “vaccine locator” tool to schedule an appointment. Simply select your county and all nearby available vaccines will be listed.
Participating pharmacies in Washington: Albertsons/Safeway, Costco, Health Mart, Rite Aid, Fred Meyer (Kroger) and Walmart pharmacies are offering vaccine appointments.
Find the full list of vaccine providers in Clark County here.
There is a mass vaccination site at the Tower Mall parking lot, located at 5403 E. Mill Plain Blvd. No appointment is required. The Tower Mall is set to close at noon on June 29 but will continue to administer first and second Pfizer doses until that date.
Find the full list of vaccination sites in Cowlitz County here.
Members of Oregon's tribal communities can find more information about how to sign-up for a coronavirus vaccine on their tribe's website. Some are scheduling vaccine appointments via phone, while others are asking members to fill out application forms online.
Some tribes, including The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, are offering vaccines to the general public, regardless of tribal membership. Learn more about the mass vaccination events here.
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