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COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

Sky Lakes regularly updates our coronavirus vaccine and resources pages to provide information that is as accurate as possible.

You can learn more about coronavirus and check out our COVID-19 vaccine FAQ at our COVID-19 Resources and Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions page. Check the Oregon Health Authority's COVID-19 Vaccine home page for statewide COVID-19 vaccine updates.

Latest COVID-19 updates

Mask requirements ending – except in healthcare settings

Patients and visitors still must wear masks when at Sky Lakes Medical Center or any Sky Lakes clinic or facility.

All Oregonians age 5 and older can get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Second boosters are available at our COVID vaccine clinic for those who are eligible.

The CDC has updated it's booster guidelines. They now suggest you get a Pfizer or Moderna booster at least five months after completing your primary COVID-19 vaccination series. Moderna boosters are authorized for all adults over the age of 18 at least five months after completing primary vaccination. Pfizer boosters are authorized for emergency use in individuals ages 12 -17 at least five months after completing primary vaccination.

The CDC recommends that some people, especially males 12-39 years old, wait up to eight weeks between the first and second doses of a Moderna or Pfizer primary series vaccine. Studies show that waiting a longer interval can reduce the risk of myocarditis following vaccination.

How to get vaccinated

3rd Doses and boosters

To get your third dose or booster shot, you can call our Vaccination Scheduling Center at 1-833-606-4370 or schedule through your MyChart account to make an appointment, or walk-in at the Vaccination Clinic. Vaccine boosters are approved and available for all adults 18 years and older. Pfizer boosters are available for anyone over the age of 12 years old. The CDC states that "Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna (mRNA COVID-19 vaccines) are preferred in most situations."

Second COVID-19 vaccine boosters are available at our vaccine clinics for those who are eligible. To be eligible you must have received your first booster dose at least four months ago and fit into one of these four categories: People over 50 years old, adults who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine as their primary dose and received a Moderna or Pfizer booster, immunocompromised adults, and immunocompromised children ages 12-17 (can only receive a Pfizer booster).

Using MyChart to Schedule COVID-19 vaccine third doses and boosters

You can use MyChart to schedule your third dose or booster appointment by going to Visits>Schedule an appointment>Immunization and follow the prompts from there.

Due to an error in record uploads in 2015, scheduling third doses for Klamath Falls locations is not available to all patients on MyChart. This error causes patients to only see Asante (Medford, Ashland, Talent) vaccination locations. If you encounter this problem while trying to schedule your third Pfizer dose, please use the vaccine scheduling center phone number to schedule your third dose appointment instead. That number is 1.833.606.4370

Walk-ins welcome

Our vaccination site is appointment and walk-in friendly. Vaccination clinic hours are 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 6 p.m. Monday and Friday.

At Your Primary Care Clinic

Vaccinations to protect you from COVID-19 are also now available for existing patients at Sky Lakes Primary Care Clinic. Just ask anyone on your care team to get vaccinated. This clinic only has Moderna vaccines available. For other vaccine options, please visit the Sky Lakes Vaccination Clinic.

A parent or guardian must be present to sign vaccination consents for persons between 5 and 14 years old.

Consent for vaccination (printable PDF)

Consentimiento para la vacunación (imprimible PDF)