Vaccine Scheduling Tool is live!

Phase 1A groups 1-4 and Phase 1B groups 1-7 may now self- schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment  online using the “GetMyVaccine” button above.

Please note: the two-shot series Moderna COVID vaccine is the only vaccine available at the vaccine clinics available in  Tillamook County at this time.


Vaccine eligibility in Oregon includes those age 16 and older, however that is only for counties with Pfizer, as the Pfizer  COVID-19vaccine is the only COVID-19 vaccine approved and licensed for age 16+.

Moderna and Johnson & Johnson  are not approved nor licensed to be administered to those in the 16-17 age group. The Pfizer vaccine must be stored at ultra-cold temperatures in specialized refrigeration/freezer units.  As a result, at this moment, Pfizer vaccine is not available in Tillamook County.   There are Pfizer doses available at sites in the larger counties (Portland area counties, Lane and Marion counties),  call 211 for assistance.

Wondering who is eligible?

Phase 1B Group 7:  eligible as of April 5th, 2021

  • Frontline workers in industries defined by CDC  where work cannot be done remotely, and the work is in close contact (within 6ft for more than 15 minutes). See OHA chart)
  • Adult family members of CDC defined frontline workers
  • Adults 18–64 with one or more CDC defined underlying health conditions (see OHA chart)
  • Multigenerational households ((three or more generations, such as a home where an elder lives with a parent and grandchild; or an individual(s) residing with and caring for a relative who is not their own child (i.e. a grandchild))

Past eligible (Phase 1A groups 1-4 and Phase 1B groups 1-5) which still may book an appointment:

  • Migrant and seasonal farm workers
  • Seafood and agricultural workers
  • Food processing workers
  • People living in low-income senior housing, senior congregate and independent living
  • Individuals experiencing houselessness (sheltered and unsheltered)
  • People currently displaced by wildfires
  • Wildland firefighters
  • Pregnant people 18 and older
  • Childcare providers, early learning and K–12 educators and staff
  • People 65 and older
  • All health care workers
  • Skilled nursing and memory care facility workers and residents
  • Tribal health programs
  • Emergency medical services (EMS) providers and other first responders
  • All health care interpreters and traditional health workers in any
  • All staff at other long-term care facilities including, adult foster care, group homes for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and other similar congregate care sites
  • Hospice programs
  • Mobile crisis care and related services
  • Individuals working in a correctional setting
  • Adults and youth in custody 18 years and older
  • Non-emergency medical transport
  • Paid or unpaid caregivers (including parents or foster parents) of medically fragile children or adults who live at home
  • Adults and age-eligible children who have a medical condition or disability who receive services in their homes
  • All other outpatient HCPs
  • Public health settings, such or community based organizations with direct or indirect exposures
Limited or no computer access, call us: 503-842-3914 (Mon-Fri 8am -5pm, English and Spanish)

Check out this tutorial video on the tool:

COVID-19 Vaccine in Tillamook County

We all want to return to normal life as soon as possible. Safe and effective vaccines are the key to how we will slowly but surely achieve community immunity from COVID-19.

While the introduction of a vaccine is good news, it does not end the pandemic. It is going to take time for the vaccine to be widely available and widely distributed here in Oregon.

January 22, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccine: Call Line and Status Update

January 22, 2021 COVID-19 Response TILLAMOOK, Ore. —  The Tillamook County Community Health Center has launched a new COVID-19 Vaccine call line where community members can call in with general questions and inquires in both English and Spanish (more languages available upon request). Call: 503-842-3914, Monday – Friday 8am -5pm. […]


The CDC and Oregon Health Authority have developed a plan in order to meet supply and demand of the vaccine to distribute to those most at risk and vulnerable to COVID-19 first.

When Will I be Vaccinated?

See this chart to find out which group you belong to:

When preparing for your COVID-19 vaccine, please keep these guidelines in mind:

  • You will be asked to complete paperwork, come prepared to do so or download to complete it here:
  • Allow time to stay for a mandatory 15-minute post-vaccine observation period in the vaccination area.
  • If you have a history of severe allergies to vaccines or injectable medications, you will need to be monitored for 30 minutes at the vaccination site.
  • Rare adverse reactions have been reported after vaccination, including anaphylaxis. The protocol enables us to safely monitor, manage, and report vaccine reactions

Who is distributing the vaccines?

Tillamook County Public Health is partnering with the State of Oregon, Adventist Health – Tillamook, Rinehart Clinic, and Nehalem Bay Fire and Rescue to coordinate vaccine distribution in Tillamook County. Most vaccines will be given out by Tillamook County Public Health as there is only a limited supply received in Tillamook County at this time.

COVID-19 Vaccine Tracking:

Received at least one dose: 8548 Tillamook County residents
In process of 2-dose series: 4050 Tillamook County residents
Fully vaccinated (completed 2-dose series): 4371 Tillamook County residents
Progress as of  04/09/21

Vacuna COVID-19 en el condado de Tillamook

Todos queremos volver a la normalidad lo más pronto posible. Una vacuna segura y eficaz va ser la clave para lograr de manera lenta pero segura, la inmunidad comunitaria contra el COVID-19.

La introducción de una vacuna es una buena noticia, pero no pone fin a la pandemia. Tomará tiempo para que la vacuna este ampliamente disponible y distribuida aquí en Oregon.

January 22, 2021

Vacuna COVID-19: Línea de llamada y actualización de estado

22 de enero de 2021 Respuesta de COVID-19 TILLAMOOK, Ore. —  El Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Tillamook ha puesto en marcha una nueva línea de llamadas sobre la vacuna COVID-19 a la que los miembros de la comunidad pueden llamar con preguntas generales y consultas tanto en […]


Los CDC y la Autoridad de Salud de Oregon han desarrollado un plan con el fin de satisfacer la oferta y la demanda de la vacuna para distribuirla a las personas con mayor riesgo y vulnerables al COVID-19 primero.

¿Cuándo me vacunarán?

Consulte este cuadro para averiguar a qué grupo pertenece:

Cuando se prepare para su vacuna COVID-19, tenga en cuenta estas pautas:

  • Se le pedirá que complete el papeleo, venga preparado para hacerlo o descárguelo para completarlo aquí:
  • Deje tiempo para permanecer durante un período obligatorio de observación posterior a la vacuna de 15 minutos en el área de vacunación.
  • Si tiene antecedentes de alergias graves a las vacunas o medicamentos inyectables, será necesario que lo controlen durante 30 minutos en el lugar de la vacunación.
  • Se han notificado reacciones adversas raras después de la vacunación, incluida la anafilaxia. El protocolo nos permite controlar, gestionar y notificar de forma segura las reacciones a las vacunas.

¿Quién distribuye las vacunas?

La Salud Pública del Condado de Tillamook está asociada con el Estado de Oregón, Adventist Health – Tillamook, Rinehart Clinic, y Nehalem Bay Fire and Rescue para coordinar la distribución de vacunas en el Condado de Tillamook. La mayoría de las vacunas serán distribuidas por la Salud Pública del Condado de Tillamook, ya que en este momento sólo hay un suministro limitado recibido en el Condado de Tillamook.

Seguimiento de la vacuna COVID-19:

Recibió al menos una dosis: 8548 Residentes del condado de Tillamook
En proceso de serie de 2 dosis: 4050 Residentes del condado de Tillamook
Totalmente vacunado (serie completa de 2 dosis): 4371 Residentes del condado de Tillamook
Progreso al 09/04/21