Updated April 6, 2021

Due to limited vaccine supply throughout the U.S., it will take many months before everyone who is eligible can be vaccinated.

Continue to take care of your health and the health of your family and friends: wash your hands, wear your mask, keep 6 feet from others, limit gatherings. 

See if you are eligible for a vaccine. In Multnomah County, everyone up to and including Group 7 is eligible for the vaccine.

On April 19, all Oregonians aged 16 and over will be eligible to sign up for a vaccine.

Find a COVID-19 vaccine in Oregon

Follow instructions on the State of Oregon website (Spanish). You will find options to

  • Sign up for getvaccinated.oregon.gov to be alerted when a vaccine is available for you

    • These are for appointments at the Oregon Convention Center

    • Only sign up once for the Get Vaccinated Oregon tool.

    • Once you create an account for yourself, you can add others to your account and monitor their eligibility as well. 

  • Search via CDC’s Vaccine finder

  • Search for and sign up at local pharmacies

Appointments at PDX drive through clinic for people with mobility needs

These appointments are specifically for seniors with mobility needs, individuals with disabilities and their caregivers. If you know you are eligible for this site, you can schedule online (when appointments are available) via OHSU. New appointments are released Mondays and Thursdays at 9 a.m. (subject to change). 

Established Multnomah County Patients

If you are an established patient with Multnomah County Health Center, we will call you to schedule an appointment. Learn more here.

Support for seniors, language access

COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Older Oregonians 

If you or someone you know is eligible to get the vaccine and 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. Call and email volume is high so we may not be able to get back to you right away.

Helping others

Consult this partner toolkit for ways that you can help older adults get vaccinated. (Available in multiple languages under Vaccine communication resources.)

You can create an account for yourself at getvaccinated.oregon.gov. Once you have an account you can add others and monitor their eligibility as well.

Can I call Multnomah County to get an appointment?

No, Multnomah County is not scheduling vaccine appointments for the general public.

Who is distributing the vaccines?

Multnomah County is partnering with the State of Oregon and health care systems to coordinate COVID-19 vaccine distribution in Multnomah County. Most vaccines will be given out by health care systems. Multnomah County Health Department is only receiving and distributing limited amounts of the vaccine. 

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