Find COVID-19 Vaccine & Boosters
The best place to get vaccinated is the first place you can get vaccinated. While we continue to have clinic appointments, the winter weather hampers our usual mass-vaccine/drive-thru events. Since timing is important, we want to provide you with all the options in our community if there is one that works better for you. Many community vaccine providers offer doses #1-3 and boosters; no appointment needed. If you have an opportunity to get vaccinated sooner, please take it.
Find COVID-19 Vaccine & Boosters – Updated 3/11/22
- Use Get Vaccinated Oregon to find pediatric vaccine providers and events near you. Oregon Health Authority has added an age filter to the search (shown below, circled in red) to make it easier to find vaccine providers for the younger crowd.
- Try local health systems like Providence, OHSU, and Kaiser.
- Pharmacies can now provide COVID-19 vaccines for ages 5+ and flu vaccines for ages 3+. Not all pharmacies offer these vaccines to younger ages yet, so please check before you go. If you have Oregon Health Plan (OHP), you should also make sure that the pharmacy accepts OHP coverage.
- Visit a community vaccination site:
- Washington County
- Multnomah County
- Former Multnomah Greyhound Park, 944 NE 223rd Ave., Wood Village: This drive-thru vaccination site is open Thursday through Saturday, 12 to 7 p.m. and Sundays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. No appointment needed.
- Portland Expo Center, 2060 N Marine Dr., Portland: This drive-thru vaccination and testing site is open Thursday through Saturday, 12 to 7 p.m. and Sundays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. No appointment needed for vaccines or testing. This site is closing permanently after March 24.
- Clackamas County
- Lots of options, including events open to the public at schools: Clackamas County Appointment Scheduler
- Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Department of Education are working together to organize school vaccine clinics. Check with your child’s school to see if something is in the works.
- Other pediatric clinics may have openings. If you can snag one, go for it!
- Local public health clinics are another option.
- You can also call 211.
For vaccine-specific questions and answers, please see our COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ.