Many pharmacies in Lane County are receiving vaccine supply directly from the federal government in addition to state & local distribution.
Some eligible persons have had success registering with a pharmacy in addition to preregistration with Lane County.
Federally Qualified Health Centers in Lane County have few begun to receive vaccine supplies
The Federal Health Service Administrations Health Center COVID-19 Vaccine Program is designed to ensure our nation’s underserved communities and those disproportionately affected by COVID-19 are equitably vaccinated against COVID-19 by allocating a limited supply of vaccine doses directly to health centers.
Please remember that there is only enough vaccine supply to vaccinate a small portion of eligible residents each week. Lane County will continue vaccinating as quickly as vaccine supply allows.
All individuals in Lane County are encouraged to utilize the Vaccine Preregistration Form to ensure they are contacted for scheduling as early as possible. Although you may not receive an appointment until summer, this is the best way to claim a spot for your shot.
THANKS TO THE EFFORTS OF OUR COMMUNITY LANE COUNTY MOVED TO THE MODERATE RISK LEVEL ON MARCH 12, 2021
What does it mean?
Rate of COVID-19 cases per 100,000 over 14 days is between 50-100.
Percentage test positivity over previous 14 days is between 5% – 8%.
What’s Open in My County?
COVID-19 Sector Risk Level Guidance Chart
Guidance documents from the State of Oregon
Lane County COVID-19 Vaccination Data Webpage
updated weekdays (data below as of 3/12/2021 at 8:00 a.m.)
37,733: Fully Vaccinated (received both prime and booster doses)
33,083:Have received first dose only
108,769:Total doses administered
7.19%: Percentage of Lane County population FULLY vaccinated
1,922: People per 10,000 vaccinated
8,410: Vaccine Allocation Prime doses for the week of March 8
6,710: Vaccine Allocation of Boost (2nd) doses for the week of March 8
The data reported is direct from Oregon Health Authority’s database, current to the time it was pulled. Since the data is constantly being updated, numbers can vary. Total vaccinations refers to doses, while persons vaccinated is referring to the people who received doses. There is sometimes a delay in reporting of doses administered (meaning the vials of vaccine have been distributed) and the connection to the persons who received it. The percentage of fully vaccinated does refer to those who have received both doses.
If you want more information on vaccination statistics, please visit: OHA Data Page