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|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|
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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.