Partner Resources

Updated 05/03/2021

The resources on this page provide our community partners with direct access to the same messaging that the County uses on its own platforms. You are welcome to use these visuals and messages for your own distribution channels.

Included On This Page

 

Social media cards

 

To amplify information on vaccines, clinics and COVID-19 prevention on social media, please download the social media cards below and post on your channels. Please do not alter the text on these images or in the descriptions. Click the images below go to the download page.

Current risk level (English and Spanish)

Vaccine FAQs campaign (English and Spanish)

Vaccine FAQs campaign Vaccine FAQs campaign
Text message myth busters campaign (English and Spanish) "I'm nervous" campaign (English and Spanish)
COVID Text Busters Campaign I am nervous title slide

No SSN or insurance required (English and Spanish)

No out-of-pocket cost (English and Spanish)
It takes two (English and Spanish) COVID-19 Phone Bank info (English and Spanish)
Hang on to your vaccine card (English and Spanish)  
 

 


 

Resources for your organization 

 

Document Description
Vaccine FAQs (English) Answers to frequently asked questions on COVID-19 vaccines and clinics in Benton County.
Vaccine FAQs (Spanish) Spanish languge version: Answers to frequently asked questions on COVID-19 vaccines and clinics in Benton County.
Vax Facts: Volume 1 (English) Volume 1 of vaccine questions answered by Benton County's medical officer, Dr. Bruce Thomson, English language.
Vax Facts: Volume 1 (Spanish) Spanish language version: Volume 1 of vaccine questions answered by Benton County's medical officer, Dr. Bruce Thomson.
Flyer - Second Dose Side Effects (English) Flyer that explains side effects of COVID-19 vaccines and the need for two doses of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines. 
Flyer - Second Dose Side Effects (Spanish) Spanish language version: Flyer that explains this side effects of COVID-19 vaccines and the need for two doses of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines. 
Vax Facts: Volume 2 (English) COMING SOON
Vax Facts: Volume 2 (Spanish) COMING SOON

 


 

Text for your publications

 

Use this content to place directly into the publications you are already distributing to your community. Please do not alter the text.

Eligibility Expansion - Updated on 04/23/2021

Text: As of April 19, all Oregonians 16 and older are eligible for vaccination. The Pfizer vaccine is the only COVID-19 vaccine approved for individuals 16 years of age and older. Please take note of this when scheduling an appointment at a mass vaccination clinic. Information on what vaccine type is being offered at a specific vaccine clinic can be found on Benton County's Vaccination Clinics page: https://bit.ly/BentonCoGov-Vaccination-Clinics.

 

Surplus Dose Process - Updated on 04/23/2021

Text: Benton County has a waitlist tool called Dr. B that notifies community members when surplus doses are available at a clinic that is currently happening. Sign up at hidrb.com/signup to receive a text alert when there are extra doses. When you receive an alert, you will have up to 15 minutes to claim the extra dose online. Once claimed, you will receive a confirmation email that your dose has been claimed, and instructions to head to the vaccination clinic.