Walk-in or Same Day Appointment Vaccines
- Oregon Convention Center – Vaccinations are available are currently available on a walk-in basis at the Oregon Convention Center at 777 NE Martin Luther King Blvd. Free underground parking is available on levels P1 and P2. If walking in, the entrance is on the MLK side. You may also make an appointment. See their website for more information.
- Albertson’s/Safeway – Now offering walk-in appointments. Locate your closest Albertson’s for a walk-in vaccine. Or Safeway here.
- Bi-mart – Locate your nearest store and schedule a vaccine appointment here.
- Costco – Locate your nearest store and schedule a vaccine appointment here.
- Fred Meyer’s – Locate your nearest store and schedule a vaccine appointment here.
- Health Mart – Select Health Mart Pharmacies are offering vaccine appointments.
- QFC – Locate your nearest store and schedule a vaccine appointment here.
- CVS – Select locations offering walk-in appointments
- Rite-Aid – Limited walk-in vaccinations at all stores.
- Walgreens – Walk-in vaccinations at some stores.
- Walmart – Walk-in vaccinations at all stores.
Upcoming Vaccination Clinics
For a calendar of ongoing vaccination events, please see here. These clinics may include BIPOC specific clinics, or clinics that offer language assistance.
Vaccinations for Youth 12-17
Parental consent for 12-14 year olds:
Parental or guardian consent is required to vaccinate people 12–14 years old, but this consent requirement does not necessarily require that a parent or guardian go with the youth to receive the vaccination. Written consent could be obtained in advance. Download the Informed Consent for COVID19 Vaccines for 12-14 Yr Olds.
Parental consent for 15-17 year olds:
Under Oregon law, minors 15 years of age and older may consent to medical treatment, including vaccinations, when provided by a physician, physician assistant, naturopath, nurse practitioner, dentist or optometrist, or other professionals operating under the license of these providers. With the exception of pharmacies, most locations where COVID-19 vaccinations are provided have oversight by a medical provider on this list.
For more information visit vaccines.gov.
Soon you will be able to get a free ride with Uber or Lyft to get vaccinated. The program, a partnership with the White House, will run until July 4.
Find the Lyft app:
Click here for more information.