Get your COVID-19 vaccine

There are walk-in vaccination events, or appointments are available.

Questions about getting your COVID-19 vaccine?

Email, or call 541-386-1115 (8 a.m.-5 p.m., M-F).




Masks required in all indoor public settings and in most public outdoor settings in Oregon

These measures are in response to surging COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations throughout Oregon. Read more about indoor mask requirements here and outdoor mask requirements here.

Hood River County
COVID-19 vaccine eligibility

A third dose of Moderna or Pfizer vaccine is recommended for people who are moderately to severely immunocompromised at least four weeks after their second dose. Contact your medical provider to discuss if your medical condition qualifies you to receive a booster dose at this time or for other questions about your medical care and COVID-19 vaccination.

There is currently no indication for additional doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. A booster dose is not recommended for other fully vaccinated individuals at this time.​

If you have tested positive for COVID-19

Given the recent rise in new COVID-19 cases throughout the county, the Hood River County Health Department is unable to reach out to positive individuals in a timely manner for case investigation and quarantine guidance. We are concerned for your health and well-being and are working as fast as we are able to contact positive individuals. Please answer the phone for our COVID-19 case investigators when they call.

In the meantime, if you have tested positive for COVID-19, it is important that you adhere to the following instructions, even if you are vaccinated:
✅ Immediately isolate yourself for 10 days from the onset of symptoms, or date of positive test if you are without symptoms
✅ Notify any individuals you have had close contact with starting 2 days before symptom onset, or 2 days before your positive test if you have no symptoms
● Close contacts should quarantine for 14 days following exposure to a positive individual
✅ Notify your medical provider if you are at high risk for complications. This includes being older than 65 and/or having a chronic medical condition such as high blood pressure, heart or lung disease, an autoimmune disorder, cancer diagnosis or have undergone cancer treatment in recent years, obesity, or diabetes
✅ Call the health department at 541-386-1115 and ask for a case investigator if you have questions or need assistance to get food, medicine, rental or utilities assistance, alternative housing, or a letter for your employer

Thank you for helping us slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect our community.

Community Resources

Mental Health

Crises impact people differently. If you or someone you know is experiencing emotional distress or thoughts of suicide during COVID-19, help is available.

Oregon Health Authority

COVID-19 updates and guidance for the state of Oregon.


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