Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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COVID-19 Update 

CDC recommends the 2023–2024 updated COVID-19 vaccine for everyone 6 months and older. Please consider calling your pharmacy or primary care physician about the availability of this vaccine.

For more information on what it means to be “up to date” with your COVID-19 vaccine series please visit the CDC website.

There are many ways your actions can help protect you, your household, and your community from severe illness from COVID-19, so remember:

1. Know Your Risk

2. Think about how you'll protect yourself and others around you

3. Get tested if you have symptoms

4. If you test positive, contact your health care provider for treatment. Some health care setting may require masking.

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

CDC recommends the 2023–2024 updated COVID-19 vaccines:
Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, or Novavax, to protect against serious illness from COVID-19. None of the updated 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccines is preferred over another.

For more information on what it means to be “up to date” with your COVID-19 Vaccine series please click here.

COVID-19 Vaccination Location

Updated COVID-19 Vaccines are available at most places you would normally go to get your vaccines.

Please check for a list of locations where the updated COVID-19 vaccine is available. While certain pharmacies and locations are listed as having the updated vaccine available, it is best to check for appointment availability on the providers’ site directly.

Below is a list of some of the locations where people can get their updated 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine:

Appointment availability is updated frequently, and new appointments are added daily.

Other options to find a COVID-19 Vaccine location near you:
• Text your zip code to 438829
• Call 1-800-232-0233

If you need assistance making a COVID-19 vaccine appointment, please email: [email protected] or call (541) 682-4041. Please allow a few days to process the request, you will receive a call back.

No-Cost COVID-19 Testing Options

Offers COVID-19 testing for both insured and uninsured patients. Providing insurance does not guarantee coverage. To see if no-cost COVID testing is available near you and to schedule a test click here COVID-19 Testing | Select Location | Walgreens. Testing options are available at no-cost for those without insurance at select locations.

Quest Diagnostics
Patients without insurance who are symptomatic or exposed are eligible for $0 out-of-pocket COVID-19 testing at select Quest locations. Please click here to see if there are no-cost testing locations near you.

Update: Insured patients (including those with Medicaid and Medicare) no longer qualify for government-sponsored testing. Testing coverage will be determined by your insurance provider. If you want to be tested for COVID-19, please contact your physician for options.

The U.S. government will continue to make COVID-19 tests available to uninsured individuals and underserved communities through existing outreach programs. Please contact a HRSA-funded health center or ICATT location near you to learn how to access low- or no-cost COVID-19 tests provided by the federal government.

No-Cost Testing Locator:
You can use this site to locate no-cost testing locations near you.

Free Home COVID-19 Tests
Update: Ordering free COVID-19 tests via has been suspended. All orders placed on or before March 8th will be delivered.

Before you throw out "expired" tests click here to Check to see if your COVID-19 tests' expiration dates have been extended.

Isolation and Quarantine

If You Test Positive

It is not necessary for you to report your positive test result.

Isolation for General Population:

Most people infected with COVID-19 do not need to isolate for a set number of days but should be aware of their potential to infect others.

All cases, regardless of vaccination status or prior infection are recommended to:

-Stay home until 24 hours after fever has resolved without use of antipyretics and other symptoms are improving.

-Avoid contact with high-risk individuals (e.g., congregate care residents, immunocompromised individuals, etc.) for 10 days.

For more information: OHA COVID-19 Updates

Community Resources:

Search for COVID-19 Testing (CDC)

Food for Lane County

Cares Food Pantry

White Bird

15th Night

HIV Alliance

OHA COVID-19 Treatment

Volunteers in Medicine

Oregon Workers Relief Fund

Community Sharing Program (Cottage Grove)

Siuslaw Outreach Services (Florence)

Creswell Resources


Non-Emergency COVID-19 Call Center

Due to changes in Federal funding, Lane County Public Health has discontinued the COVID-19 Call Center.

If you have further questions, please call:
Lane County Public Health Communicable Disease at: 

Printable COVID-19 Prevention Flyers

For more information, please visit: 

Oregon Health Authority COVID-19 Updates 
FDA Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
WHO Coronavirus (COVID-19) Dashboard