COVID-19 Vaccines are Safe, Effective and Free

The current bivalent vaccines of mRNA Moderna and Pfizer (original strain and the Omicron variants BA.4 and BA.5) are now available for all doses for 6 months of age and older.

Adults 65+ years of age and immunocompromised are eligible to receive a second-dose bivalent booster.

Recommendations and guidance for which vaccine to administer based on age and when vaccine was previously received are listed below and in an easy reference table.

Man receiving a vaccination at a local clinic

Vaccine Clinics – Last Date is June 17

Walk-ins available at clinics, while vaccine supplies last.

Masks are no longer required but highly recommended in all clinics. Everyone is welcome to wear a mask or ask staff to wear a mask during their vaccination appointment. Free masks are still available.

To schedule an appointment time to guarantee having your requested vaccine at any of the below clinics, register online using the links below.

  • Adults ages 65+ may receive a second bivalent booster dose at least four (4) months following their initial bivalent booster.
  • People with certain kinds of immunocompromise may receive a second bivalent booster dose at least two (2) months following their recent vaccine. Consult your healthcare provider for guidance.
  • Unvaccinated people 6 years of age and older (5 years and older for Pfizer) may receive a single dose of bivalent vaccine rather than multiple doses of the original monovalent vaccines.
  • Unvaccinated children 6 months through 5 years of age may receive a two-dose series of the Moderna bivalent vaccine.
  • Unvaccinated children 6 months through 4 years of age may receive a three-dose series of the Pfizer bivalent vaccine. (Unvaccinated children 5 years of age and older receive one-dose of Pfizer).
  • Children 6 months through 5 years of age who have received one, two or three doses of an original monovalent vaccine may receive a bivalent dose but will vary by age and which vaccines were previously received. Consult our clinical staff for guidance or our easy reference table.
  • Novavax COVID vaccine for 12 years of age and older is available for a two-dose primary series at regular clinics. The two doses are given three weeks apart.
  • A single booster dose of the monovalent Novavax vaccine is now available for limited use for people who are not able, or are unwilling, to receive an updated mRNA (Pfizer or Moderna) COVID-19 booster. You are eligible to receive a Novavax booster dose if you meet all three of the following additional eligibility criteria:
    • You are 18 years of age or older
    • It’s been at least 6 months since you completed an authorized primary series (Novavax, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer)
    • You have never received a COVID-19 booster before
  • Flu vaccines are available for eligible individuals in COVID clinics while supplies last.

Please be aware we do not have high dose flu vaccine. For privately insured individuals and anyone seeking high dose flu, refer to your primary care provider or local pharmacies for an appointment.

  • Mpox vaccine (JYNNEOS) is available at all vaccine clinics by appointment and on a walk-in basis. To learn more about mpox and vaccine eligibility, visit our mpox page.
  • Got Naloxone? Opioid overdose is reversible. Our vaccine clinics have Naloxone available for anyone age 15 years or older who know someone at risk of overdose or frequently encounter individuals at risk of overdose. 
  • As part of suicide prevention programming, we are providing free rifle cases, pistol vaults, cable gun locks and medication lock boxes to Clackamas County residents 18 years and older, while supplies last.

Schedule an appointment

If you don’t see a vaccine for your desired age group as an option on the scheduler, then the appointments are all full for that clinic, but walk-ins are still available, while vaccine supplies last.

  PfizerModernaNovavaxJynneos (mpox)Flu
May 1 
June 5

Molalla United Methodist Church 
3–6 p.m. 
111 S. Mathias Road, Molalla map

Schedule Appointment 
Walk-ins available

6 mos.6 mos.12+15+6 mos.
May 9 
June 13

Canby Foursquare Church 
3–6 p.m. 
2350 SE Territorial Road, Canby map

Schedule Appointment 
Walk-ins available

6 mos.6 mos.12+15+6 mos.
Fridays and 
Saturdays through June 17

Clackamas Town Center 
11 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. 
(closed 2–3 p.m. for lunch) 
12000 SE 82nd Ave., Clackamas map 
Second floor, next to Lens Crafters.

Schedule Appointment 
Walk-ins available

6 mos.6 mos.12+15+6 mos.
April 28 
May 26

Sandy Community/Senior Center 
2 - 4:30 p.m. 
38348 Pioneer Blvd., Sandy map

Schedule Appointment 
Walk-ins available

6 mos.6 mos.12+15+6 mos.

Additional Services

Request an onsite vaccine clinic for your employees.

The best way to prevent the flu is to get your flu shot.

International Vaccine Series Completion

If you were vaccinated outside the United States, you might need additional vaccinations for optimal protection. Check the recommended steps:

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Questions and information for COVID-19?  

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Clackamas County Crisis and Support Line 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline