COVID-19 Vaccine

Vaccination Clinics

OHA COVID-19 Vaccination Rates

Now is a great time to get your vaccine — the process is more streamlined than ever, all Oregonians ages 12 and up are eligible and the supply has caught up to demand. 

Here are some of the ways to find an appointment that is most convenient for you: 

The FDA announced this week that the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine can be provided to 12- to 15-year-olds. Clackamas County and our local vaccination partners have begun administering the vaccine for 12- to 15-year-olds. Parental or guardian consent is required for 12- to 14-year-olds.

Vaccine clinics for teens

May 17
Ackerman Center
2–6 p.m.
Ackerman School
350 SE 13th Ave.
Canby, OR

Canby High School

  • First Pfizer for 12 and older students and their families
  • 400 doses

Make your appointment online
Location Code: Ackerman

May 19
Rex Putnam High School
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
School Based Health Clinic
4950 Roethe Road
Milwaukie, OR

Rex Putnam High School

  • First Pfizer for Rex Putnam students 12 and older students
  • 300 doses

Make your appointment online
Location Code: putnam

May 22
Clackamas Town Center
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
12000 SE 82nd Ave.
Happy Valley, OR

North Clackamas School District Gladstone School District

  • First Pfizer for North Clackamas School District and Gladstone High School Students and Families 12+
  • Drive through clinic
  • 2300 doses

Make your appointment online

Vaccine clinics for all others — must be 18 or older

May 18
Estacada Community Center
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
200 SW Clubhouse Dr.
Estacada, OR map
  • Seniors
  • 125 doses
  • Johnson and Johnson vaccine

Make your appointment online

May 19
Clackamas Town Center
11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
12000 SE 82nd Ave.
Happy Valley, OR map
  • First Pfizer for Rex Putnam students 12 and older students
  • Walk-in, appointment not needed but can schedule for appointment confirmation
  • Indoor clinic
  • Russian interpretation available
  • 130 doses
  • Moderna vaccine

Make your appointment online

May 21
Clackamas Town Center
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
12000 SE 82nd Ave.
Happy Valley, OR map
  • Drive through clinic
  • 1500 doses
  • Moderna vaccine

Make your appointment online

May 23
Sandy High School
37400 Bell St.
Sandy, OR map
  • Indoor clinic
  • 130 doses
  • Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Make your appointment online

May 26
Molalla High School
357 E Francis St.
Molalla, OR map
  • Drive through clinic
  • 500–1000 doses
  • Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Make your appointment online

Anyone who needs help better understanding the scheduling options are encouraged to call 211.

Lastly, you can register with the Get Vaccinated Oregon tool to get email updates of vaccine notifications. 

Am I eligible?

As of April 19 all Oregonians over the age of 16 are eligible to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine. 

Pharmacies and other locations

Scheduling for local vaccination clinics will open Monday.

Limited vaccination appointments are available for eligible individuals at local pharmacies.

In-home vaccinations
The county is accommodating in-home vaccinations for eligible home-bound residents. Clackamas County will contact eligible residents to schedule an appointment.

Contact information

If you have questions about COVID-19 vaccines in Oregon, you can contact 211 using one of these methods: 

  • Text ORCOVID to 898211
  • Email 
  • Call 2-1-1 or 1-866-698-6155 (6 a.m.–7 p.m. daily).
    Wait times may be long due to high call volumes. You may choose to get a call back rather than stay on hold. English and Spanish, with interpretation available for all other languages. 
  • TTY Dial 7-1-1 or call 1-866-698-6155

After You've Been Vaccinated

Thanks to new guidelines from the CDC, people who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can start to enjoy the benefits of their action to protect themselves and others.

People are considered fully vaccinated if two weeks have passed since their second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines or the single dose the of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine.

New Guidelines

If you have been fully vaccinated, you may now:

  • Gather indoors with other fully vaccinated people without wearing a mask
  • Gather outdoors with unvaccinated people from one other household without masks (if anyone present has an increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19 you should still wear a mask)
  • Skip quarantine if you’ve been exposed to someone with COVID-19 unless,
    • you have COVID-19 symptoms (if you do, please isolate, call your doctor and consider getting tested)
    • you live in a group setting like a correctional facility, detention facility or group home
    • you are a healthcare worker — you should follow your occupational health guidance based on your exposure risk

Continued Precautions

Even if you’ve been fully vaccinated, there are still some important precautions to take to protect yourself and others. Please continue to:

  • Avoid medium and large sized gatherings.
  • Postpone non-essential domestic and international travel.
  • Monitor yourself for symptoms, especially if you’ve recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19.
  • Follow workplace and county guidelines.
  • Practice social distancing and wear a mask.
    • In public places
    • When gathering with unvaccinated people from more than one household
    • When spending time with an unvaccinated person who is at increased risk of severe illness or death from COVID-19 or lives with someone at increased risk

Frequently Asked Questions


The agency who provided your first dose will communicate with you about how to get your second dose. Some vaccine providers do not send these appointments until just before your second dose is due. If you missed your second dose, please email or call our Public Inquiry Center, 503-655-8224 so we can assist you in getting rescheduled. 


If you scheduled an appointment at a local Clackamas County clinic, please see the confirmation email from “Mailbean” which has information on how to cancel or reschedule your appointment. Call our Public Inquiry Center, 503-655-8224 if you need assistance Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

If you are cancelling an appointment through one of our vaccine partner’s appointment systems, please see the information provided to you by that vaccination provider, usually in the confirmation email. 


Although the blood clot reaction is extremely rare, it is serious. People who have received the J&J vaccine who develop severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath within three weeks after vaccination should contact their health care provider. 


If you’re appointment was cancelled, we will contact you to reschedule. For clinics this weekend, we will contact you if there are changes to your appointment. 


The Johnson and Johnson vaccine has been administered in several settings by Clackamas County Public Health Department and our vaccinator partners, in addition to the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines for residents who have been eligible for vaccination under the OHA vaccine sequencing guidelines. Some of the vaccine events that have included the Johnson and Johnson vaccine have been targeted to certain high risk populations, including older adults and people with disabilities who are homebound, members of our houseless population and front line workers in agriculture and food processing sectors.


You can report side-effects directly to the CDC through their Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)

The CDC’s V-Safe is an option in addition to VAERS for the CDC to monitor and report any side effects you may experience from the COVID-19 vaccine. People who have recently received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine should continue to monitor their symptoms and contact their health care provider if they experience severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain, or shortness of breath. 


The current review of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is demonstrative of the federal government’s dedication to vaccine safety. This process will ensure that any questions of vaccine safety are appropriately evaluated. The blood clot condition reported is extremely rare and we are still uncertain whether it developed as a direct result of the vaccine. If the Advisory Committee on Vaccine Practices finds the Johnson & Johnson vaccine safe for continued use, Clackamas County will support this finding and provide the vaccine at future vaccination events. We will act in the best interest of our community to decrease the spread of COVID-19 and continue reopening. 



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Monday to Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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