CORONAVIRUS, Health, Oregon

Vaccine timeline accelerated for frontline workers, more

Ansu Drammeh, R.N., a cardiovascular intensive care nurse at OHSU, is given the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on Wednesday, December 16.

Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced Friday that the timeline of vaccine eligibility for frontline workers, those living in multigenerational households, and those ages 16 and older with certain underlying health conditions would be sped up from April 19 to April 5. 

It’s another announcement that has sped up the original timetables set forth by the Governor and the Oregon Health Authority. As it stands in Washington County — which has declined to opt-in to speeding up the “Phase 1B, Group 6” of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and those aged 45-64 with certain underlying health conditions — today, here is the most current vaccine eligibility schedule coming up.

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