Updated: Jan. 6, 2023
COVID-19 vaccinations remain a primary tool in protecting both the health of individuals as well as the broader community. The CDC and Oregon Health Authority strongly recommend staying “up to date” on your COVID-19 vaccines. This means completing the initial “primary” series (for example, two doses of Moderna or Pfizer, or one dose of Johnson and Johnson), plus getting your updated bivalent booster dose (either Pfizer or Moderna) as soon as you are eligible to do so. Staying up to date on your vaccines is particularly important in helping protect those with underlying health conditions or those who are more vulnerable to serious illness.
Vaccines, including the booster doses, are free of charge and available at many locations across the state. Please visit the Oregon Health Authority’s Safe and Strong website to find a vaccination site near you. The county websites below also include local access points for vaccines and boosters. Corvallis-based students can get their boosters at Student Health Services.