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Coronavirus Updates

Washington County moved to “Lower Risk” on Friday, May 21

Update June 7, 2021

Washington County Key messages

  • As of June 3, Oregon had achieved a 66.2 percent vaccination rate, with 127,308 more adults needing to receive a first dose to reach the 70 percent goal. Once that goal is met, the governor's office said most restrictions will be lifted and the state will "move away from a state-led emergency COVID-19 response effort, shifting focus to pandemic recovery and supporting local public health and health care providers with resources."
  • Washington County had the second highest vaccination rate for 16 plus (having at least one shot) in the state, second only to Benton County. 
  • Vaccine opportunities can be found here: and pages.

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Washington County Vaccine Information

Get vaccinated by June 27 and you could win big

On May 21, Governor Kate Brown announced "Take Your Shot Oregon." Anyone who has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by June 27 will be eligible to win a prize. There will be one grand prize of $1 million (18 and older), five $100,000 educational scholarships for those ages 12-17, and a $10,000 prize in each county. The drawing will take place on June 28, with winners announced the following week.

Who can get a vaccine?

Every Oregonian age 12 and up is eligible for a vaccine. Twelve to 14 year-olds must be accompanied by either a parent, guardian or someone designated by the parent. If someone other than a parent or guardian accompanies the 12 to 14-year-old, they will need to provide proof of parental/guardian consent. 

Proof of consent is either:

  • A signed consent form (available in English and Spanish on the site) 
  • A written or typed note that includes the parent/guardians name, relationship to the young adult, their date of birth, a statement saying they consent to young adult being vaccinated and the parent/guardian signature.

Fifteen and older do not need to be accompanied and do not require parental consent in the state of Oregon. 

Local pharmacies:

For more information:

One Year Later
Tigard’s Emergency Management Coordinator remains focused on COVID-19, is working to bring available vaccine to the community

Fresh off two community COVID-19 vaccine clinics, Mike Lueck can finally start to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

As the City of Tigard’s Emergency Management Coordinator, Lueck has been focused on one thing for the last year: doing whatever he can to slow the spread of the virus in Tigard and protect people against it. 

"At the beginning, I thought it was going to be short lived." Lueck said, looking back to the spring of 2020. "It was slow moving at the beginning. There were not a lot of answers to a lot of Emergency Management questions."   Read more...

City's Role: What We Are Doing

City’s Role

  • As a City it is our responsibility to maintain essential services and support our public health partners.
  • During a public health emergency, Washington County Public Health in conjunction with the Oregon Health Authority are the lead agencies.
  • The City is taking action to slow the spread of COVID-19 and amplify the messages, recommendations and preventative measures of the lead agencies.
Supporting the Tigard community during Phase I of Reopening Oregon

The City has established a team to help support local businesses and community members as Washington County moves into Phase I of the Governor’s Reopening plan. This team is looking at several ways the city can support local businesses, like trainings on new guidelines. Learn more about community support.

Identifying Community Resources

The City of Tigard is working hard with our partners to ensure our community has important information about local, state and federal resources to help people and businesses significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about business support programs and community resources.

Providing Emergency Services

We continue to respond to emergency calls for service, in progress crimes, other high priority life/safety issues, and incidents that require evidence gathering. Our police personnel have the equipment, training and protocols they need to protect themselves and community members. Learn more…

Maintaining Essential Services

City buildings are closed, but services are still available. Visit: 

Caring for each other through COVID-19

Safer and stronger, in community.

As we face coronavirus (COVID-19) together, it's clear that we are strongest when we are in community — even from a distance. To help keep our communities safe and healthy, Oregon Health Authority provides daily updates, resources and information. Please check back often to get the support you and your family need.

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