Get vaccinated, Central Oregon!

There are many options for getting vaccinated against COVID-19 in Central Oregon.

If your health care provider is listed below, please choose the corresponding link for a vaccination appointment.

How to get a bivalent COVID booster:

If you are an established patient at a St. Charles clinic, please call that clinic. Otherwise, here are your best options:

1. Call your primary care provider.

2. Check out the local vaccination options in the boxes below.

3. Visit your friendly neighborhood pharmacy and ask them about getting a bivalent booster.

4. Call your county's health department and ask them about your options. You can also visit the Deschutes County Health Department website for drive-thru and walk-up vaccine clinics near you.

All of these will move you closer to a bivalent booster faster than calling a St. Charles hospital.

Vaccination Options in Central Oregon

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Local Pharmacies

Fred Meyer, Walgreens, Safeway, Costco ...

Find one near you
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Check out the CDC's vaccine locator tool.

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St. Charles

Available to all aged 6 months and older. Moderna ONLY.

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Deschutes Co

What's available in Deschutes County?

Learn more!
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Crook Co

What's available in Crook County?

Learn more!
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Jefferson Co

What's available in Jefferson County?

Learn more!

Health considerations before your appointment:

  • If you have had a severe allergic reaction to any vaccine or injectable therapy (intramuscular, intravenous, or subcutaneous), please tell the care team when you come in for your vaccination.
  • If you have a severe allergic reaction to the first COVID-19 vaccine, you should not receive the second booster vaccine at this time.
  • If you had COVID-19 in the past 90 days, you may choose to defer the COVID-19 vaccine at this time. Reinfection is uncommon in the 90 days after the initial infection. Please note: You must have recovered from COVID-19 at the time you receive the vaccine.
  • If you received monoclonal antibodies or convalescent plasma as part of COVID-19 treatment, you should defer the vaccine for at least 90 days after treatment.
  • If you are immunocompromised, please talk to your healthcare provider before receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • If you are pregnant, suspect you are pregnant, or are breastfeeding, please talk to your pregnancy health care provider before receiving the vaccine.