Get Vaccinated Oregon Resources

Get Vaccinated Oregon Resources

Find answers to all your Get Vaccinated Oregon tool questions here.

Why sign up for Get Vaccinated Oregon?

The Get Vaccinated Oregon (GVO) tool is designed to help you get connected with a vaccine:

Receive notifications via text or email about vaccine information and events near you
Add registrants to your account, so they can receive notifications about vaccine events

Get Vaccinated Oregon

GVO and the Oregon Convention Center

Each week, a randomized group of people who live in Clackamas, Columbia, Multnomah or Washington counties are given the opportunity to sign up for a vaccine at the Oregon Convention Center through our partners at All4Oregon.

Learn how to sign up

Below you can find videos walking you through the GVO sign-up process, as well as a PDF that walks you through each step.

Introduction to the GVO

GVO Step 1: Check Your Eligibility

GVO Step 2: Create an Account

GVO Step 3: Find a Vaccination Event

GVO Step 4: Logging in to your existing account

Additional resources:

Step-by-step instructions for signing up and adding registrants to your account (PDF)

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General vaccine questions:

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