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Jackson County looks ahead to second dose vaccination event at the Expo

This second drive-in COVID-19 vaccination event will cater to people who have already received their first doses of the vaccine.

Posted: Feb 2, 2021 3:43 PM

MEDFORD, Ore. — Jackson County is working with Asante, the Oregon National Guard, and Providence to set up a second mass vaccination event at the Expo — but this one will be specifically geared toward those who attended the last event and need to receive their second dose of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine.

This second event is scheduled to be held at the Expo on February 11, 12, and 13 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It will be open only to those who received their first doses at the Expo at the end of January.

"This event will NOT be open to individuals in Phase 1B, Groups 2-5, the general population, or anyone who is currently eligible and needs to receive their first COVID-19 vaccine," officials said. "This event is ONLY open to those who need the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine who were vaccinated at the Jackson County Expo on January 21, 22, or 23."


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Attendees will be required to bring their COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card as proof to receive their second dose at the event. Anyone who does not have the card will need to verify their eligibility in another manner.

"Many of you may already have an appointment at Asante or Providence for your second dose," Jackson County Public Health said in a statement. "Asante and Providence are redirecting all of these appointments to attend the second dose drive-through vaccination event at the Jackson County Expo. You do not need to call Asante or Providence to cancel your appointment. This has already been done for you."

Eligible members of the community can visit the Asante vaccination event page to reschedule that appointment for a date and time at the Expo.

Attendees will also need to bring the following documentation:

  • Vaccine Administration Record
  • Patient Billing Information
  • ID
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card

Under Oregon's current vaccination plan, school staff and childcare workers became eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine on January 25. People 80 and older become eligible the week of February 7, followed by progressively younger groups of seniors each week after. However, these plans may be hampered on the local level by the supply of vaccines.

As of Tuesday, local vaccine providers were not yet scheduling appointments for these next groups of Phase 1b.

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