Updated November 23, 2021

Vaccine sites will be closed for the holiday on Friday, November 26 and Saturday, November 27.


Vaccines are working! COVID-19 vaccines are safe and can keep you from going to the hospital or dying.

All Oregonians age 5 and older are eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine. People ages 5-17 must get the Pfizer vaccine. People over 18 can get any of the available vaccines. 

To find a vaccine

Know before you go


Vaccines for ages 5 -11 

Pediatric COVID-19 vaccines (ages 5-11) will be available at pharmacies, doctor’s offices, schools, and community vaccine clinics in the coming weeks as locations receive the vaccine. Call your healthcare provider or visit Oregon COVID-19 vaccine finder | (Spanish).

Multnomah County Student Health Centers currently have vaccines for ages 5 and up.  ( Only Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine is available for anyone age 5 and 17. )

Weekly clinics for ages 12 and up

Appointments and drop-ins welcome at Multnomah County clinics listed below. To make an appointment call 503-988-8939.

At weekly clinics we offer first and second doses only. We are not giving third doses or booster shots at this time.

Friday 

IRCO Mid-County - Closed November 26
11:00-5:00pm
10301 NE Glisan St, Portland
Drop-in welcome. Clinic staff can come outside to you if you prefer to stay in your car.
Vaccine: Pfizer (ages 12-17),  Moderna (18+)

Saturday

Latino Network @ Rockwood Boys and Girls Club - Closed November 27
12:30-4:00pm
454 SE 165th Ave, Portland
Drop-in welcome. Clinic staff can come outside to you if you prefer to stay in your car.
Vaccine: Pfizer (ages 12-17),  Moderna (18+)

We focus on reaching people who are Black, Indigenous, Latino, Pacific Islander, Asian, or other people of color, immigrants, refugees, and people without health insurance or a regular healthcare provider. Everyone is welcome. No one will be turned away.



Before you go

  • The vaccine will be provided at no cost to you
  • You do not need health insurance. If you have health insurance, bring your card. 
  • You do not need to bring proof of eligibility or a social security number to get a vaccine.
  • Some clinics may ask for ID. 

Children and Youth

People under 18 must get the Pfizer vaccine. We encourage youth to involve a parent or other trusted adult in their health care decisions; however, at age 15+ youth can make the decision themselves to get a vaccine. 

Ages 5-14 require a parent or guardian’s consent and must have an adult with them at all times during the vaccine process.

Second doses

Most clinics and pharmacies will schedule you for a second dose if you need it, even if you didn't get your first dose there. Tell the provider you are getting your second dose. Get the same brand for your second dose as you did for your first. Talk to the provider about which brand is best for you if you cannot get the same brand. 

Booster shots and third doses

Multnomah County is not providing booster shots or third doses at weekly vaccine clinics. To get a booster shot or third dose:

Learn more about booster shots.

Gift Cards

November 13 was the last day for gift card incentives at the Fabric Depot, IRCO at Mid County and Latino Network at Boys and Girls Club county-run clinic. Gift cards are not offered at Community Health Centers or Student Health Centers.

Language access

If you or someone you know needs help scheduling an appointment due to language access or barriers with technology, you can contact Multnomah County: 503.988.8939 or covidvaccineinfo@multco.us.

Questions