Get a COVID-19 Vaccine: Events for All Community Members Ages 6 Months and Older
Walk in, no appointment needed, at COVID-19 community clinics
OHSU invites everyone ages 6 months and older to get a vaccine or booster at your convenience. These events are held throughout the region to address the impacts of structural racism and to ensure equitable access for Black/African American, Asian, Latino, Pacific Islander, Native American, Slavic, LGBTQ+ and other historically and currently underserved communities, as well as people with disabilities.
You can also find vaccines at Vaccines.gov.
Top things to know:
- Vaccines and boosters are safe and free of charge.
- Vaccines are authorized for ages 6 months and older. Boosters are authorized for those as young as 6 months, with some restrictions.
- For ages 6 months to 14 years, a parent/guardian must come to the vaccination or send signed, written permission with another adult. Under Oregon law, those 15 years old and older do not need a parent/guardian's consent for medical care.
- You are eligible for a bivalent (two-part) booster that protects against the original coronavirus and the omicron BA.4 and BA.5 variants if:
- You completed your vaccines or
- You had the original booster at least two months ago.
- If you have had a COVID-19 infection, you can wait to get a vaccination or booster for at least 3 months.
- You do not need:
- To be an OHSU patient to get a vaccine or booster.
- To have a Social Security number or Oregon ID to get a vaccine or booster.
- Health insurance. If you do have insurance, please bring your insurance card. Providers are allowed to charge your insurance company an administration fee.
- Language help and translation will be available.
- Frequently asked questions about COVID-19
- COVID-19 testing options
- Help with transportation
- COVID-19 Vaccines and Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations, Office of Minority Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Walk up, no appointment needed
We welcome you to get a vaccine or a booster at the following events.
- Most events serve ages 6 months and older. Some serve ages 5 years and older.
- Sometimes there is a short wait at the start of events. Most people have no wait.
- If it's not your first dose, please have your vaccine card or records showing any previous doses.
- Community events have Pfizer available for boosters. Mixing and matching is allowed for ages 18 and older.
We'll list events here as they are scheduled.
Other vaccine and booster options
How to prepare
- Wear something that makes it easy to expose an upper arm for your vaccination or booster.
- Don’t come if you are sick or have symptoms that could be from COVID-19.
- You do not need health insurance. If you do have insurance, please bring your insurance card. Vaccine providers are allowed to charge your insurance company an administration fee.
- If it’s not your first dose, bring proof of any previous dose.
- See OHSU's policy on support people. Service animals are allowed. Please leave pets at home.
- Interpreters will be available if you speak a language other than English.
- Ayuda en otros idiomas: Habrá intérpretes disponibles si habla un idioma que no sea inglés
- Trợ giúp ngôn ngữ Sẽ có thông dịch viên nếu quý vị nói một ngôn ngữ không phải tiếng Anh.
- Языковая поддержка: Если вы не говорите на английском языке, будут доступны услуги устного перевода.
- المساعدة اللغوية: سيُتاح مترجمون فوريون إذا كنت تتحدث لغة أخرى غير اللغة الإنجليزية