COVID-19 VACCINE

Below you will find information and resources about the COVID-19 vaccine. 

This page will continue to grow as more information is available. Please check back frequently. 

Covid-19 Vaccine: Important Information to Know

Experts at the CDC have prioritized healthcare workers, front line workers and those performing essential tasks in the U.S. to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as it becomes available.

Since the vaccine is new, it brings with it a lot of questions. To prepare you with the facts, we’ve prepared an informational video in both English and Spanish and outlined key information from public health officials to help you make an informed decision.

Virginia Garcia is providing vaccinations for BOTH patients AND THE PUBLIC.

As an approved vaccine distribution site, Virginia Garcia will be providing vaccine to their patients, referrals from community partners and to anyone in the community 18 and older at designated walk-in vaccination events.
All Virginia Garcia medical clinics are offering vaccine to ALL patients 12 and older. If you are a patient and would like to receive a vaccination, please contact your clinic to schedule an appointment.
Please do not come to a clinic without an appointment.
If you are not a Virginia Garcia patient but would like to be vaccinated, you can find out about our vaccination events above on this page or on the OHA website at getvaccinated.oregon.gov.

upcoming virginia garcia community vaccination events

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Newberg High School
South Parking Lot, Sitka Ave, Newberg

Wednesday, June 16
4pm - 7pm
12 & Older
Pfizer Event

Two slices of Abby's pizza will be provided to anyone that receives the vaccine.

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Hillsboro Clinic
226 SE 8th Ave.

Saturday, June
11am - 3pm
12 & Older
Pfizer Event

Mobile Vaccination Unit

Virginia Garcia, in cooperation with Washington County and Tektronix will be hosting a two-week vaccination event on the Tektronix campus in Beaverton. No appointment is required. Available to anyone 12 years and older.

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Vaccination Event Calendar

Below are scheduled community vaccination events. All events listed below are open to the community, do not require an appointment, and do not require you to be a Virginia Garcia patient.

You do not have to have insurance in order to receive a vaccine. If you have insurance, please bring your card with you.

Monday, June 14
Tuesday, June 15
Wednesday, June 16
Friday, June 18
Saturday, June 19
Forest Grove
School-Based Health Center
1p-5p
Pfizer and J & J
No appt needed
Beaverton Wellness Center
2725 SW Cedar Hills Blvd,
Beaverton
2pm - 5:30
Pfizer, Moderna and J & J
Newberg High School
2400 Douglas Ave, Newberg
4pm - 7pm
Pfizer and J & J
No appt needed
FREE ABBY'S PIZZA TO ANYONE
THAT RECEIVES THE VACCINE
Mobile Vaccination Unit
Tektronix Building
38 Zworykin Ave
Beaverton, OR 97005
4pm-8pm
Pfizer and J&J
Mobile Vaccination Unit
Tektronix Building
38 Zworykin Ave
Beaverton, OR 97005
9am - 4pm
Pfizer and J&J
Hillsboro Clinic
226 SE 8th Ave., Hillsboro
5pm - 7pm
Pfizer, J & J
Forest Grove
School-Based Health Center
8am - 12pm
Pfizer and J & J
No appt needed
Hillsboro Clinic
226 SE 8th Ave, Hillsboro
11am - 3pm
Pfizer and J&J

STATEWIDE RESOURCES

Vaccine information by County
Find the location nearest you to receive the vaccine.

Get Vaccinated Oregon
The scheduling tool for the Oregon Convention Center and Portland Airport.

OHSU Drive Through Vaccination Site (located in Hillsboro at the Hillsboro Stadium)

Even after you are vaccinated, it is important to remain careful. 

For those not yet vaccinated, COVID-19 remains a threat so it is important to remember to continue to wear your mask in public, stay at least 6 feet apart from others you do not know and wash your hands frequently.

The CDC has made recommendations on what to do next once you are vaccinated.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Other Resources

Below are links to pages that will provide additional information on the vaccine.

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Do you have questions about the covid-19 vaccine? Want to hear it from a trusted expert in your community?

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center joined with organizations from around the community to host two online Ask the Experts sessions.  The sessions were offered in English and Spanish.

Center for Disease Control (CDC)
World Health Organization (WHO)
Oregon Health Authority (OHA)

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center