Page last updated on 9/22/2023
About the new COVID vaccine
The new COVID-19 vaccine is making its way to doctors' offices and pharmacies. Clinics listed below should also have the new vaccine soon; please check their websites for updates. Studies show the vaccines, formulated to target currently circulating variants, induce antibodies against a wide variety of COVID-19 viral variants and are expected to improve protection against serious consequences of COVID-19 infection, including hospitalization and death.
Everyone ages six months or older should receive the updated vaccine as soon as possible, as long as it's been at least eight weeks since your most recent dose of any COVID-19 vaccine.
The shots will be available at no cost to most Americans until December 2024 through private insurers. Adults 18 years and older without health insurance and adults whose health insurance does not cover all COVID-19 vaccine costs can get updated COVID-19 vaccines at no cost through the Bridge Access Program. You can get no-cost COVID-19 vaccines at health care providers, federally supported health centers, and retail pharmacy chains participating in the Bridge Access Program. Visit vaccines.gov to find participating providers.
Where to get a vaccine
The new updated COVID vaccines should be available soon from your primary care doctor, pharmacies and locations below.
Neighborhood Health Center: Locations in Beaverton, Hillsboro and Tanasbourne. You can make an appointment by calling the NHC COVID-19 Hotline at 503-848-5861 or by calling the clinic directly. Find more information at the NHC COVID webpage.
Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center: Vaccination, testing and treatment at the Hillsboro 7th Avenue clinic (226 SE 7th Ave) is open to all community members. You don't have to be a Virginia Garcia patient. Learn more on VG's website.
- Vaccine Finder website
- Hillsboro Pharmacy
- Safeway and Albertsons
- Walgreens (or 1-800-WALGREENS)
- Rite Aid
- Fred Meyer
Still have questions or need language assistance? Call our HelpLine at 503-846-8123.
Additional resources and educational materials
- Vaccine and other fact sheets in multiple languages
- COVID-19 resources in American Sign Language
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding
- If you have questions about COVID-19 vaccines in Oregon, contact 211:
- Text ORCOVID to 898211
- Email [email protected]
- Call 211 or 1-866-698-6155
- TTY: Dial 711 or call 1-866-698-6155
- CDC COVID-19 Vaccine Website
- Oregon Health Authority's vaccine pages in English and Spanish
- OHA's Vaccine Q&A
Still have questions?
If you still have questions after reviewing this page and the other web pages listed above, please send an email to [email protected] and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.