PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Vaccinations clinics are opening up around the Portland and Vancouver metro areas. Here is a list of them and how to book an appointment.
For Oregon, check your eligibility here, and for Washington, check here. Call 211 if you have more questions. You can also contact your doctor – however, hospitals have asked not to call them about vaccine eligibility.
Portland International Airport: Drive-thru vaccine center for people with disabilities and their caregivers. It’s at the Red Economy Lot in collaboration between the Port of Portland, Oregon Health & Sciences University, and the Red Cross. By appointment only, for those in the Phase 1a group.
Oregon State Fairgrounds in Salem: Anyone in Phase 1a can receive a vaccination at the state fairgrounds, but educators must live or work in Marion County, or work for the Salem-Keizer School District, in order to receive a vaccination at the state fairgrounds. Must show ID.
Portland, Vancouver VA: Veterans can call the enrollment office at 503.273.5069 for more information or click this link. If you are a veteran who has never utilized the VA before but are interested in getting vaccinated, you can register with your local VA online and be put on the list. It requires a digital copy or photo of veterans’ military service records, such as a DD-214.
Clark County Fairgrounds: By appointment only for those who are pre-registered and eligible for the vaccine under Washington’s Phase 1a or 1b-1. Open Tuesdays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Click here to make an appointment at Ridgefield or call 1-800-525-0127, then press #.