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Community COVID-19 vaccine clinics offered throughout Portland metro area

OHSU collaborates with local organizations to provide easy access to COVID-19 vaccines
Forrest Taylor, a young Black man wearing a mask, flexes his left bicep while showing the bandage on his shoulder at the COVID vaccine injection site.
• OHSU is working with community groups to provide vaccinations for COVID-19. All community members 12 and older are welcome to get a vaccine at these events without an appointment or identification. (OHSU/Erin Hoover-Barnett)

Oct. 29 UPDATE:  Additional events that will take place in the near future were added, and events that have already occurred were removed.

Oregon Health & Science University is partnering with local organizations to improve access to COVID-19 vaccines by holding community vaccination events throughout the Portland metro area.

These events are focused on improving vaccine access to Black, African American, Asian, Pacific Islander, Native American, Latino/a/x, immigrants and refugees, LGBTQ and other historically underserved community members.

Currently scheduled free community vaccine clinics include the following:​​​

  • 3 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 10, and Wednesday, Dec. 1, Portland Community College SE, 2305 SE 82nd Ave., Portland.
  • 1 to 5 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 13, and Saturday, Dec. 4, Painted Horse Recovery Center, 10209 SE Division St., Portland.
  • 2 to 6 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 14, 4D Recovery Washington County, 362 SW Oak St., Hillsboro

All community members 12 and older are welcome to get a vaccine at these events without an appointment or identification. All are welcome.

More information about OHSU’s community COVID-19 vaccination clinics is available online.

 

For the news media: Reporters may only attend OHSU vaccination events in coordination with OHSU Media Relations and with the permission of our community partners. If you are a journalist interested in covering any of these events, please contact OHSU Media Relations at news@ohsu.edu or 503-494-8231 to discuss further.

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