COVID-19 vaccinations are FREE and now available to anyone over 12 years old.
Note: Parent or guardian consent is required to vaccinate people under age 15; an adult must accompany the youth during their vaccination and sign the consent documents. If a parent or guardian cannot be present, another adult can accompany with written consent from the parent/guardian.
There is no cost and you don’t need ID or insurance. Proof of residency is not required.
APPOINTMENTS are encouraged but NOT REQUIRED at the Expo, so stop by TODAY!
The Vaccination Equity Center is a safe place, accessible to all, regardless of legal status. Language interpreters and support for disabilities are available.
For everyone’s safety, masks are required and social distancing will be maintained on-site.
Drive-thru Clinic - Last Day was Tuesday, June 15th
Walk-thru Clinic - Last Day is Monday, June 28th
- Enter Gate 2
- Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday through June 28th
- Providing the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines (ages 18+)
- Wheelchairs are available if extra mobility supports are needed.
- Walk-thru clinic is open through June 28. After June 28, you can get a Moderna shot from these providers )
- Walk-thru (English)
- Walk-thru (Español)
- Driving: The Expo is located at 1 Peninger Rd, Central Point, just off freeway Exit 33. Enter through Gate 2.
- Public transportation: RVTD is providing a free shuttle Monday - Friday from the Albertson's Shopping Center in Central Point. For more information visit www.rvtd.org.
- Paratransit: Translink Brokerage and Valley Lift Program provide service.
Accessibility and Disability Support
- Wheelchairs are welcome, and available to borrow if needed
- Assistive hearing and vision devices are available upon request
- Telephonic language interpreting and on-site Spanish interpreters are available.
- Real-time American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting services are available through on-demand Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) on personal phone or on-site devices.
About the Jackson County Vaccination Equity Center at the Expo
Jackson County is expanding our vaccination options and capacity to reach more residents, including historically underserved communities at high risk of infection.
The Expo Vaccination Center and mobile vaccination units are a joint effort by FEMA, Oregon Health Authority, Oregon Office of Emergency Management, Jackson County Health and Human Services, Jackson County Emergency Management, and Providence Health & Services.
The Federal government has supplied an additional 1,000 doses per day of Pfizer vaccine, in addition to the ongoing Jackson County delivery of Moderna vaccine. The additional vaccine provided by the federal government will not be taken from Oregon’s or Jackson County’s regular allotments.
When considering options, the best vaccine is the one that is available to you.