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4J Holds Vaccine Clinic for Students Age 16+ on May 12

Students age 16+ can get COVID-19 vaccine free at 4J clinic • Shuttle buses will be provided from other high schools

Eugene School District 4J will hold a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for 4J students on Wednesday, May 12. Vaccines are currently available for youth age 16 and up.

Vaccination is a voluntary and important opportunity to support the health of our families, schools and Eugene community.

4J is joining with community providers to make COVID-19 vaccines available at no cost for students. The district has shared information about other vaccine clinics open to students, but this vaccine clinic will be the first one held solely for 4J students to sign up.

The vaccine clinic will be at South Eugene High School and shuttle buses will be provided from other 4J high schools. The clinic for the second vaccine dose will be on June 2.

Where: South Eugene High School, 400 E. 19th Ave.
When: Wednesday, May 12, starting at 12:30 p.m.
Make an Appointment: Make an appointment for each student, under the student’s name
Vaccine Type: Pfizer/BioNTech
Consent Form: bit.ly/3em3kls

How to get there: Students may go directly to the clinic site at South Eugene, or take a shuttle bus from Churchill, North Eugene or Sheldon High School.

Parent does not need to be present: As this clinic is for older teens, a parent or guardian does not need to be present for a student to get vaccinated.

What to bring:  If you have insurance, you need to bring your insurance card or information. If you don’t have insurance, there will be no charge for the vaccine.

Who can get vaccinated: This clinic is only for 4J students age 16+. At this time COVID-19 vaccines are available for all Oregonians age 16 and older. Vaccines are not yet authorized to be administered to children under 16. The FDA is currently considering authorization for ages 12–15 and the district has scheduled a vaccine clinic for ages 12+ on May 17 (contingent on FDA authorization).

The district will continue to provide additional student vaccine opportunities as vaccines are authorized for younger age groups.

May 17 Vaccine Clinic for Students Age 12–15

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