Washington County Vaccine Update
April 1, 2021
- Washington County-Sponsored Community Clinics: The county updates this section as scheduling links for future clinics are available. Clinics are expected to take place weekly on the Nike campus and potentially at other locations.
- Video: What are the differences between the vaccines? How do they work and are they effective? (Watch the video featuring one of Washington County’s epidemiologists)
- Visit Washington County for the latest information about making a vaccine appointment.
- Oregon Convention Center: Sign up here and you will be sent an invitation when a vaccine is available to you. Names are selected at random from eligible pool.
- OHSU drive-thru clinics at Hillsboro Stadium and PDX Airport Red Economy Lot: Schedule online via OHSU's tool. New appointments are released Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9 a.m. (subject to change).
- Local pharmacies:
- Safeway and Albertsons
- Walgreens (or 1-800-WALGREENS)
- Rite Aid
- Fred Meyer
- Rise Church in Tigard: This clinic, operated by Safeway/Albertsons, uses the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. It is on hold until more J&J vaccine is available (April 16 at the earliest) .
- Remember, the Get Vaccinated Oregon tool is updated to accommodate newly added populations of people eligible for vaccination.
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...
For more information, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) offers a full-length Vaccine FAQ: