COVID-19 Updates

IMPORTANT! Masks are required for everyone 2 years and older, 1 parent per child except newborns 12 months and younger.

It was announced this morning by Governor Brown that all Oregonians over the age of 16 will be eligible for the COVID vaccination beginning on April 19th. Our team is currently working on developing a plan to administer vaccinations at our clinics. At this time, we do not know which vaccine (Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson) we will be given by the Oregon Health Authority. Please check back for information regarding scheduling and other updates!

Drive-up Testing

We now offer drive up COVID testing every weekday at our clinic for symptomatic individuals. If you have any symptoms for COVID, including fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, vomiting and/or diarrhea please click here to schedule a virtual visit to assess your need for a test and sign up for COVID testing.

COVID Information from Oregon Health Authority

The most up-to-date information about the COVID situation here in the state of Oregon. This link Includes state mask mandate information, return to school guidelines and information, FAQs and general information about COVID.

Protect Yourself and Others

For information on how to protect yourself and your family from getting COVID, please see this flyer developed by the Oregon Health Authority. This helpful flyer also lists the symptoms that could be associated with COVID. Remember to stay home when you are sick!

Return to Daycare / Preschool

The Oregon Department of Education has put together resources and information for children in daycare/preschool or who will be returning to daycare/preschool. This website reviews the class size requirements, the sanitization and hygiene policies required for childcare facilities, and the exclusion for illness policies that are currently in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

CDC - When to Quarantine

What to do when you are exposed to someone with COVID or someone in your home is diagnosed with COVID. The link below will bring you to the CDC’s website for some very helpful graphs and charts instructing families how long they should quarantine based on date of exposure or date of contact.

Testing at OHSU

If your provider has referred you to obtain COVID testing through OHSU, please see the following link for the most up-to-date requirements for obtaining testing. The addresses for both of OHSU’s testing sites are also located on this page.