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COVID Vaccines Now Available for Age 16+

4J working with healthcare partners to provide COVID vaccines for students • Appointments available May 4

Eugene School District 4J is partnering with community providers to make COVID-19 vaccines available at no cost for 4J students.

At this time COVID vaccines are available for all Oregonians age 16 and older. Vaccination is voluntary and an important opportunity to keep our community healthy.

Following are some initial vaccine clinics available to 4J students. More vaccine clinic dates for 4J students have been added as they become available.

When selecting an appointment time, be aware there will be a 15–30 minute observation period after receiving the vaccine.

4J Student Vaccine Clinic

Eugene School District 4J will hold a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for 4J students at a school site on Wednesday, May 12. The vaccine clinic will be at South Eugene High School. Shuttle buses will be provided from other 4J high schools.

4J healthcare partner Cascade Health will give the shots. Vaccines are currently available for youth age 16 and up.

Where: South Eugene High School, 400 E. 19th Ave.
When: Wednesday, May 12, starting at 12:30 p.m.
Schedule Appointment: https://pickatime.com/cascadehealth/4JMay12
Vaccine Type: Pfizer/BioNTech
Transportation: Students may go directly to the clinic site, or take a shuttle bus from their high school at noon
Bring: If you have insurance, bring your insurance card or information. If you don’t have insurance, there will be no charge for the vaccine.

Cascade Health — April 29 & May 4

4J partner Cascade Health has vaccine appointments available on Thursday, April 29 &  Tuesday, May 4, for students age 16 and over to get their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

When: Thursday, April 29 &  Tuesday, May 4
Where: Venue 252, 252 Lawrence St., Eugene (with appointment only)
Vaccine Type: Pfizer/BioNTech — Pfizer Vaccine Fact Sheet
Consent Form: bit.ly/3em3kls
Schedule Appointment:
• Thursday, April 29: https://pickatime.com/cascadehealth/CascadeApr29
• Tuesday, May 4: https://pickatime.com/cascadehealth/CascadeMay4

Cascade Health asks you to please complete the attached consent form and bring it with you to your appointment, fill in the insurance information, and bring your insurance card. Forms will be available on-site if needed. If you do not have insurance, there will be no charge for the vaccine.

Lane County Public Health — April 24–25

Lane County Public Health is holding a free vaccine clinic this weekend for people 16 to 17 years old.

When: April 24–25, appointments available 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. 
Where
: Lane Community College
Who: Youth age 16 to 17 years old
Vaccine Type
: Pfizer/BioNTech — Pfizer Vaccine Fact Sheet
Schedule Appointment: Appointment required, go to http://lanecounty.org/vaxclinics to schedule

All Lane County Public Health clinics are free.  You do not need insurance and will not be asked for any financial information.

Cascade Health — April 20

UPDATE: All appointment slots at this vaccine clinic on April 20 have been filled. 

When: Tuesday, April 20
Where: Venue 252, 252 Lawrence St., Eugene (with appointment only)
Vaccine Type: Pfizer/BioNTech — Pfizer Vaccine Fact Sheet
Consent Form: bit.ly/3em3kls
Schedule Appointment: All appointment slots have been filled

4J partner Cascade Health has vaccine appointments available on Tuesday, April 20, and invites students age 16 and over to get their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis. When choosing a time, be aware there will be a 15–30 minute observation period after receiving the vaccine.

Cascade Health asks you to please complete the attached consent form and bring it with you to your appointment, fill in the insurance information, and bring your insurance card. Forms will be available on-site if needed. If you do not have insurance, there will be no charge for the vaccine.

 

COVID Vaccine FAQ

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