Updated January 12, 2022

  • Everyone age 5 and older is eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine. People ages 5-17 must get the Pfizer vaccine. People older than 18 can get any of the available vaccines.
  • Everyone 12 years and up is eligible for a booster shot once enough time has passed from your last dose.

Know before you go»

Get a vaccine at one of Multnomah County’s vaccine clinics or from your doctor or clinic, pharmacies and grocery stores. Vaccine finder»

Need help finding a vaccine? Call 503.988.8939. Call before you go for weather-related closures. 

Multnomah County Weekly Clinics 

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.

These clinics are currently experiencing longer than usual wait times. 

  • 1st and 2nd doses and boosters. When to get your booster»
  • Call 503.988.8939 for an appointment. Drop-ins welcome.
  • Last appointment 15 minutes before closing. 
  • Indoors. 

Day and Times




11am - 6pm

Last clinic
January 26

Highland Haven Christian Center
7600 NE Glisan St, Portland

5 and up

First, second and booster doses

Pfizer (ages 5+),  Moderna (18+)


Thursdays (January 13, 20, 27)


Mt. Olivet Baptist Church (Family Life Center)
8725 N. Chautauqua Blvd. Portland, OR 97217
5 and up

First, second and booster doses

Pfizer (ages 5+),  Moderna (18+)


IRCO Mid-County
10301 NE Glisan St, Portland

5 and up

First, second and booster doses

Pfizer (ages 5+),  Moderna (18+)


Latino Network - Rockwood @ Boys and Girls Club
454 SE 165th Ave

5 and up

First, second and  booster doses:

Pfizer (ages 5+),  Moderna (18+)

Multnomah County Student Health Centers 

For Multnomah youth (ages 5 to 19) and their families only. Schedule of Student Health Center vaccine clinics 

Ages 5-14 require a parent or guardian’s written consent and must have an adult with them the whole time. More info about children and youth

REACH Children’s Community Center at Lloyd Center

Tuesdays 2-8pm, Thursdays 8am-2pm
No appointment necessary
1260 Lloyd Center Portland Or (Old Sears space, 2nd floor)
Indoor site | 1st and 2nd doses, boosters | Pfizer, and Moderna Vaccines

Ages 5 years and older

Oregon Health Authority

Vaccine sites organized by the Oregon Health Authority. Please check their site for weather or other closures.

Providence and Community Partners

Providence and Community Vaccine Clinics January 16-29 (132.33 KB)

Providence and Community Vaccine Clinics January 23-Feb 5 (105.01 KB)

    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, in Oregon 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, third and booster 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.

    Boosters and third doses>> 

    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.

    Vaccine Cards

    If you lost your vaccine card and were vaccinated in Oregon, you can contact your doctor or clinic to get a replacement card. If you don’t have a doctor or clinic you can email multco.covid19card@multco.us.