FEMA Mobile COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic In Molalla


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For a limited time, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is providing a COVID-19 Vaccination Unit in Molalla to provide free vaccines to ages 5 and up. No appointment is necessary. 

Held in the parking lot of the United Methodist Church, the clinic will be open Nov. 19 to 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., except Sunday, Nov. 21 when the clinic is open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. In addition, the mobile unit will be open and ready to serve ages 12 and up on Nov. 18. 

FEMA says they provide these mobile sites to bring vaccination centers closer to the communities and people that need them. About 50% of residents in Molalla are vaccinated. You don’t have to be a Molalla resident to get a vaccine at the mobile unit. 

  • The clinic will offer:
  • Pediatric Pfizer (5+ years of age) Please note, pediatric doses are available starting on Friday, Nov. 19.
  • Adult Moderna and Johnson & Johnson (18+ years of age) 
  • Boosters (Must be 6 months after your second dose for Moderna and Pfizer; two months after your primary dose for Johnson & Johnson)

The United Methodist Church is located at 111 S. Mathias Road, Molalla, OR 97038. [map]

If you can’t make it to the Mobile Unit, you can still schedule an appointment. Learn more about the vaccine and clinics all over the county at www.clackamas.us/coronavirus/vaccine

Source: Clackamas County


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