FEMA Demobilizing Mobile Vaccine Units In Oregon

PORTLAND, Ore. – FEMA is demobilizing its three mobile vaccine units in Oregon.

The Hood River County Fairgrounds site and the Douglas County Courthouse site in Reedsport will both close Saturday, while the Linn-Benton Community College site in Albany will close on the 28th.

During its time in Oregon, FEMA has provided an estimated 60,000 COVID-19 vaccinations through its mobile vaccination units.

“Oregon is so incredibly appreciative of the FEMA partnership and these invaluable resources that we have received to support vaccination efforts in Oregon,” said Akiko Saito, deputy director of Oregon’s COVID-19 Recovery and Response Unit. “As FEMA completes its mission in Oregon, OHA will continue promoting its high-volume vaccination and testing sites as demand dictates, as well as the Get Vaccinated Oregon vaccine and testing finder tool.”

Other high volume vaccination sites will remain open:

Locations and operating hours for OHA high-volume sites, which provide the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines and PCR molecular tests at no cost, are as follows (note that all sites will be closed Monday, Feb. 21, for the President’s Day holiday; dates, times and locations subject to change):

Those unable to access a high-volume site can:

  • Contact their health care provider.
  • Text ORCOVID to 898211 (English and Spanish) or email [email protected] (language help available).
  • Call 211 or 1-866-698-6155 toll-free, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily, including holidays.
  • Search for a nearby site or provider on the Get Vaccinated Oregon locator map.

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