COVID-19 VACCINATION INFORMATION
Lower Umpqua Hospital District is working hard to acquire and administer Covid-19 vaccines to our community.  For more information on when vaccinations are available for your age group, follow us on Facebook and/or our website. Our Frequently Asked Questions fact sheet (here) might help answer some of your questions. Also, the LUHD Covid-19 Vaccination Call Center is now open Monday – Friday, 9 am until 4 pm.  541-271-2175.
We are currently providing 1st dose vaccines to those who are 16 years of age and older.  For more information about Covid-19 vaccinations and the Phase 1a vaccine sequencing plan,  click here https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le2390v.pdf
If you plan on receiving your first dose of the Covid-19 vaccination through the Lower Umpqua Hospital District, we advise you to bring the following documents with you when your age category is invited:

There is no out-of-pocket expense even for those who do not have insurance coverage.  Please read the Moderna and Pfizer vaccination information sheets and plan on a 15-30 minute observation period after you receive your vaccination.  If you have concerns about receiving the vaccine due to a health condition or other medical reason, please discuss this with your Medical Provider.

For those of you returning for your second dose of the Covid-19 vaccination through Lower Umpqua Hospital District, please bring your vaccination card that you received at your first appointment and a completed consent form.  If your insurance information or personal information has changed, you will also need to bring a copy of your updated insurance cards (front and back) and an updated information sheet.   Please read the Moderna and Pfizer vaccination information sheets and plan on a 15-30 minute observation period after you receive your vaccination.