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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)

Nov. 17, 2022, UPDATE:  Additional events that will take place in the near future have been added, and events that already occurred or were cancelled have been removed. This text has also been updated to reflect that OHSU community vaccination events began offering original and booster vaccinations for younger individuals in 2022.

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.

Following federal and state authorization for younger age groups in 2022, OHSU's community events now also offer original vaccination series for indviduals as young as 6 months old and omicron variant-fighting bivalent booster shots for individuals as young as 5 years of age.

Listed below are the currently scheduled free community vaccine clinics, which only offer Pfizer vaccines.

  • Noon to 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022, Black and Beyond the Binary Collective Vaccination Event, 5633 SE Division St., Portland, OR.
    • NOTE: For the above event only, first and second doses of the Jynneos monkeypox (hMPXV) vaccine will also be available for those 18 and older.

All are welcome, and can get vaccinated at OHSU community vaccination events without an appointment or identification.

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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