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PHI Supports Clark County Vaccine & COVID-19 Call Center

In Clark County, the Oregon Public Health Institute (OPHI) is working with local public health officials in support of the county’s new COVID-19 call center to provide residents with updated information about local vaccination efforts. OPHI is fiscally sponsored by the Public Health Institute.

  • Clark County Today

Clark County Public Health is opening a call center to help respond to public questions around COVID-19 and local vaccination efforts.

Call center representatives can provide callers with resources for determining COVID-19 vaccine eligibility and options for scheduling vaccine appointments. Representatives can also help people fill out the COVID-19 vaccine request form on the Clark County Public Health website. This form is used to refer people who live or work in Clark County to a local facility with COVID-19 vaccine.

Public Health call center representatives cannot schedule vaccination appointments.

Staff from the Oregon Public Health Institute are supporting the Clark County call center by assisting callers in determining their eligibility for the vaccine, assisting eligible callers with completing the web-based vaccine appointment request form, scheduling mobile vaccine dispensing for visits to adult family homes and other eligible entities, resource referrals and other activities.

Additional information about COVID-19 vaccine eligibility and how to access vaccine is available on the Clark County Public Health COVID-19 vaccine webpage.

Click below to read the full story in Clark County Today.

Originally published by Clark County Today

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