COVID-19 Vaccines and Testing
(Updated July 8, 2021)
All Oregonians age 12 and older eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccine.
We all want to return to normal life as soon as possible. Safe and effective vaccines play a huge part in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and making that return to normalcy a possibility.
Lane County Public Health and the Oregon Health Authority are the lead agencies for the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see links to their websites for the most current information about vaccines:
- Lane County Public Health
Find links to schedule an appointment at a Lane County vaccine clinic, answers to frequently asked questions, post-vaccine guidance, and more.
- Oregon Health Authority
See information about vaccine safety, distribution, answers to frequently asked questions, and vaccination dashboards.
Federal Retail Pharmacy Program
Many pharmacies in Lane County are receiving vaccine supply directly from the federal government in addition to state and local distribution. Check with your local pharmacy to see if they have appointments available. Their supply continues to be limited, so we suggest that if you don't find an appointment right away to keep checking and take the first appointment available to you whether from Lane County, your primary care provider, or your pharmacy.
Current Pharmacies that may be vaccinating in Lane County:
If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath, please contact your healthcare provider or telehealth program to discuss whether you should be evaluated for testing. Each coronavirus test provider will determine if testing is appropriate based on your symptoms, risk factors, and test availability.
- Community Testing (Lane County Public Health)
- After Testing Guidebook (Lane County Public Health)
- COVID-19 Testing in Oregon (Oregon Health Authority)
- University of Oregon’s Free COVID-19 Testing for Asymptomatic Lane County Residents
Contact tracing is critical to our community's ability to continue limiting the spread of COVID-19. People who participate in contact tracing are actively helping to keep their community safe by helping public health officials track the virus.