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
Latest CDC COVID-19 Guidelines, published August 11, 2022.
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
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 and Cascades East Family Medicine Clinic. Just ask anyone on your care team to get vaccinated. These clinics only have Moderna vaccines available.
At the Sky Lakes Downton Pharmacy
Sky Lakes Downtown Pharmacy, located in Holiday Market, will provide all vaccine types for patients 12 years and older every Tuesday from 9 am – Noon.
A parent or guardian must be present to sign vaccination consents for persons between 5 and 14 years old.