Jackson County will enter the Moderate Risk category COVID-19 on June 18. Visit the Governor's website for information on what is allowed during this time. Get general updates, vaccine information, and resources related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic here.
 

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More COVID-19 Vaccination Options Available
Posted: Monday, May 10, 2021

More options for getting COVID-19 vaccinations are available in Jackson County. All clinics provide vaccinations for free and have language interpreters available. 

Jackson County, along with FEMA, OHA, and OEM, are providing mobile clinics throughout Jackson County through May 30. No appointment is necessary and the schedule can be found here

The Jackson County Expo is still offering both the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines. This clinic is open seven days a week and no longer requires an appointment. For more information go to JacksonCounty.org/GetVaccinated (English) or JacksonCounty.org/vacunate (Spanish) or by calling 211.

The City's role is to relay information from our partner organizations. Any questions or concerns should be directed to the listed organizations above. 

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