COVID-19 Vaccines are Safe, Effective and Free

Getting vaccinated gives most people a high level of protection against COVID-19 and can provide added protection for people who already had it. One study showed that, for people who already had COVID-19, those who do not get vaccinated after their recovery are more than twice as likely to get it again.

  Pfizer Moderna Novavax
Primary series (two doses) 6 months+ 6 months - 5 years only
starting April 1
12 years+
Bivalent booster dose
Available two months after primary vaccine series, or two months after a previous booster.
*Replaces the third dose of the Pfizer primary series for 6 month-4 years, eight weeks after a second dose.
*6 months+ 6 months+  
Monovalent booster dose**(see below)
    18 years**
Man receiving a vaccination at a local clinic

Vaccine Clinics

Walk-ins available at clinics, while vaccine supplies last. Masks are required in all clinics.

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

  • Bivalent boosters: Updated bivalent boosters are a single dose that is eligible at least two months after completion of an initial two-dose series of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine; or two months after an original booster of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. Mix and match is available at clinics.
  • Bivalent Vaccine for 6 month thru 5 years: A single bivalent Moderna booster is authorized for ages 6 months through 5 years old, a minimum of 2 months after completion of the primary series. The previously authorized 3-dose Pfizer primary series for ages 6 months-4 years has been revised as follows: a monovalent Pfizer vaccine is administered for the first and second doses, followed by one bivalent Pfizer vaccine as the third primary series dose, at least 8 weeks after the second monovalent primary series dose. There is NO mix and match of Moderna and Pfizer available for bivalent doses.
  • Both Pfizer and Moderna monovalent COVID vaccines as primary series for 6 months up to 5 years of age are available at regular clinics and will be administered by medical professionals trained in pediatric vaccine administration. Refer to the OHA vaccine comparison chart and to the OHA FAQs for more information.
  • Moderna primary series to be discontinued: The original monovalent primary series of Moderna mRNA vaccines for ages 6 years and older is no longer available starting April 1, 2023. Pfizer monovalent primary series will remain as the only mRNA vaccine option for anyone over 5 years. If someone more than 5 years old has started the Moderna primary series, a different vaccine (age-appropriate Pfizer or Novavax) may be administered to complete the series at a minimum of 28 days from the last monovalent Moderna vaccine dose.
  • 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 in COVID clinics, while supplies last. Additionally, refer to your primary care provider or pharmacies for an appointment.
  • Got Naloxone? Opioid overdose is reversible. Our vaccine clinics have Naloxone kits available for anyone over the age of 15 years.

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.

    Pfizer Moderna Novavax Bivalent boosters Jynneos (mpox) Flu
April 3
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+ 6 mos.   6 mos.
April 11
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+ 6 mos.   6 mos.
Fridays and
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+ 6 mos. 15+ 6 mos.
March 24
April 28
May 26
June 23
Sandy Community/Senior Center
2 - 4:30 p.m.
38348 Pioneer Blvd., Sandy map

Schedule Appointment
Walk-ins available

6 mos. 6 mos. 12+ 6 mos.   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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Vaccines are required by law for children in attendance at public and private schools, preschools, childcare facilities, and Head Start programs in Oregon. Even now, while we’re all taking precautions against COVID-19, visiting your healthcare provider is safe.

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Immunization Resources

Immunizations are one of the most effective means available for protecting the health of your child and the health of our community.

If you need a vaccination, schedule an appointment with your primary care provider. If you don’t have health insurance or a primary care provider, schedule an appointment at a Clackamas County Health Center. Affordable options are available for people who are uninsured or underinsured.

Which vaccines do you need at each age? 

Zip code based search for the nearest flu shot and immunizations.

Get Vaccinated for the Flu

It is more important now than ever before that you get your flu shot. Here’s why:

  • To protect yourself and those around you
  • To prevent flu in communities most at-risk for influenza and COVID-19
  • To protect our healthcare system, reserving resources for those who become ill with COVID-19

Flu vaccine facts:

  • The flu shot is the best way to prevent the flu. The CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine as the first and most important step in protecting against flu viruses. 
  • The flu vaccine is safe, and is recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older. 
  • Flu vaccine does not cause the flu because the virus used is dead or weakened so it cannot make you ill. Fewer than 1% of people develop flu-like symptoms, such as mild fever and muscle aches, after vaccination. These side effects are not the same as having the actual disease.

The more people vaccinated prior to the arrival of the flu, the lower the risk to our community, especially those most vulnerable to illness.   

Get your Records

Need immunization records?  If you or your child received immunizations at a Clackamas County Health Center call 503-650-3195.  All others should visit the Oregon Health Authority.

Frequently asked questions about immunization and vaccines

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