COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

Para leer esta información en Español, haga clic aqui

eligible vaccine groups

Appointments for Pediatric Clinics for the week of December 6th - 10th will be live by the morning of Friday, December 3rd. Please check back for adult clinic availability in the future.

To jump to information on third and boost doses click here.

Schedule a vaccine appointment

Ped Banner

Lane County Public Health Pediatric Clinic Schedule

Lane County Public Health is planning the following clinics for children ages 5 years - 17 years for vaccination upon approval of the Pfizer pediatric COVID-19 Vaccination. All clinics for children ages 5-17 years are scheduled appointments only. 
There are not walk-in appointments at this time.

Clinics will open for scheduling the Friday before each week. Additional community-based and school clinics will announced on an ongoing basis; please continue to check our website for the latest clinic schedule. 

Parents and guardians can schedule appointments at: Get Vaccinated - Lane County or by calling (541) 682-1380. 


Eugene Pediatric Clinics:  


Consent form for individuals aged 5-14:

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. This consent form is intended to remove vaccine access barriers for individuals 5-14 years old by allowing them to get vaccinated without parental or guardian accompaniment.

If an individual aged 5-14 is not accompanied by their parent or legal guardian, they must have a signed copy of this consent form (Español) or they will not be eligible to receive the vaccine.

Lane County Public Health Booster Clinic Schedule

Lane County Public Health is planning the following drive-thru clinics at Lane Events Center for Moderna booster doses. All clinics are for scheduled appointments only. For assistance scheduling, please call 541-682-1380. There are not walk-in appointments at this time.

Clinics will open for scheduling the Friday before each week. For the week of 11/6, clinics will open for scheduling on Friday, November 3rd.


  • Thursday, December 2 from 10:00 - 1:00pm at Lane Events Center
  • Friday, December 3 from 10:00 - 12:00pm (2 Hours)


Directions: This drive-thru clinic takes place at the Lane Events Center (796 13th Ave., Eugene). To access the drive-thru, enter from 13th Street at the first driveway on the right after Tyler Street. The drive-thru is in a gravel lot adjacent to 13th Street.  Follow the signs towards the large white tents.   Access is also available for larger vehicles and transports.


Appointment Scheduling

Update: Effective November 9th, all Lane County Public Health clinics will be by appointment ONLY and our scheduling tool will be live by the morning of Friday, November 5th, 2021.

Process to schedule an appointment (first and second dose) with Lane County for a COVID-19 Vaccination:

  1.  Click the "Schedule a Vaccine Appointment" button.
  2. Select whether you are receiving a first or second dose, complete the screening question and contact information.
  3. Clinics may be available on multiple days in multiple locations.  Please select the clinic closest to you.  We ask that you reserve clinic appointments in rural areas for residents of those areas.

Appointment confirmation codes

When you schedule an appointment at a Lane County vaccine event you will receive a specific date, time and location for your appointment along with a confirmation code.  Please bring this code with you to your scheduled appointment.

The confirmation code makes finding you on the appointment schedule easier at check in, but if you don't have it we'll still be able to look you up by your name if you have an appointment.

Please come to the clinic site, date and time that you scheduled for and staff will look you up by name.

Vaccine Record Request (or Lost Card)

Your immunization was recorded in the state ALERT immunization record system. 

If you need a copy of your vaccine information the quickest and easiest way is to complete the form below and email to or print and mail to:

800 NE Oregon Street
Suite 370
Portland, Oregon 97232

You can also request a copy of records from your pharmacy, primary care provider who can access the ALERT system.

Form for requesting records.

 More information on ALERT immunization records can be found here.


Lane County Public Health is limited in our ability to provide you with a copy of your COVID-19 immunization records at this time.  The above resources will provide you with a record more quickly than we are currently able to.



  • Second doses of Pfizer are due 21 or more days after your first does.
  • Second doses of Moderna are due 28 or more days after your first does. 
  •  Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) is a single dose vaccine.
  • Lane County Public Health will not provide the second dose any earlier than the first date you are eligible for the second dose.
  • The second dose needs to be the same brand as your first dose.

Not sure when your dose is due?
Find the date of your first dose on the Second Dose timing calendar.pdf 



To schedule an appointment for a Covid-19 vaccine AFTER HAVING AN UNUSUAL REACTION TO THE FIRST DOSE OF PFIZER OR MODERNA, please call our call center or email

In the subject of the email write: Unusual Reaction to Dose 1

In the body of the email write:

  • Name

  • Contact Information

  • Date of 1st Dose

  • Brand of 1st Dose

  • Requested brand of 2nd dose

  • Description of reaction to first dose

We will gather contact information and call people back to schedule appointments for second doses with our local paramedics.


People who began their vaccination series outside the United States with a vaccine not authorized for use in the U.S. should complete the series with a single dose of Johnson and Johnson vaccine.

o  Sputnik (Gam-COVID-vac) – 1 dose of Johnson and     Johnson vaccine at least 21 days after the previous dose.

o  CoronaVac (Sinovac) - 1 dose of Johnson and Johnson     vaccine at least 28 days after the previous dose.

o  AstraZeneca (Covishield) - 1 dose of Johnson and Johnson     vaccine at least 28 days after the previous dose.

• People who are not fully vaccinated with one of the above vaccines may opt to restart a vaccine series with 1 dose of Johnson and Johnson vaccine or 2 doses of either Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.


As of August 12, 2021 the FDA have authorized third-dose COVID-19 vaccines for Moderately to Severely Immunocompromised People. 

Per CDC guidelines this includes people who have:

  • Been receiving active cancer treatment for tumors or cancers of the blood
  • Received an organ transplant and are taking medicine to suppress the immune system
  • Received a stem cell transplant within the last 2 years or are taking medicine to suppress the immune system
  • Moderate or severe primary immunodeficiency (such as DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome)
  • Advanced or untreated HIV infection
  • Active treatment with high-dose corticosteroids* (i.e., ≥20mg prednisone or equivalent per day) or other drugs that may suppress your immune response.†

* ≥20mg prednisone or equivalent per day
† Alkylating agents, antimetabolites, transplant-related immunosuppressive drugs, cancer chemotherapeutic agents classified as severely immunosuppressive, TNF blockers, and other biologic agents that are immunosuppressive or immunomodulatory



Booster dose appointments are released weekly on Fridays. If there are no appointments currently available, please check back.


Update 11/29/21:

All people 18 years of age and older who:

            -   Completed a two-dose series of an mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) at least 6 months ago

           - Received a Johnson and Johnson vaccine at least 2 months ago

Are eligible to receive a booster dose of either the Johnson and Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer vaccine.



CDC Expands COVID-19 Booster Recommendations


For more information on where to get a booster dose, visit Get Vaccinated - Lane County.




Please call 541-682-1380 or email if you need assistance scheduling an appointment.

Por favor llame al 541-682-1380 (Las personas que llaman en español tienen la opción de dejar un recado.) o envíe un correo electrónico a si necesita ayuda para poder programar una cita.


Bring a mask to wear and anything else that will help make you comfortable during your time at the clinic (water, snack). 
We welcome service animals however we ask that you leave non- service animals at home. Typically individuals spend 30-45 minutes total on site depending on the wait at entry. 

You do not need insurance and there is no charge of any kind for the vaccine. 
We will not ask about immigration status. The COVID- 19 vaccine is free regardless of immigration or insurance status.

Stronger Together - Thank you volunteers

Thank you to everyone that has volunteered or expressed an interest in volunteering at Lane County's mass vaccination events. These events have been absolutely integral to our effort in overcoming this pandemic, and the community has truly showed up in force to ensure we get vaccines in arms.

If you are interested in volunteering consider signing up through SERV-OR. 

 At this time, Lane County is working through volunteer applications we have already received and we appreciate your patience in awaiting more information. Our needs change week by week, we will notify the public if more volunteers are required for our vaccine events.