Children ages 5-11 are now eligible for the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine
The vaccine has proven to be safe and effective for children.
The vaccine is free. You do not need health insurance to get a vaccine, but if you have health insurance, bring your card. The provider may bill your insurance for the cost of administering the vaccine.
Proof of eligibility, identification or social security number are not required. Vaccine providers may ask if you live in Oregon or what kind of work you do.
Resources for parents, guardians and people under 18
Frequently asked questionsCOVID-19 vaccine Q&A with Dr. Dean Sidelinger and Dr. Antwon Chavis
GuidanceOregon Department of Education Guidance CDC’s guidance on COVID-19 vaccinations for children and teens
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