MEDFORD, Ore. – Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is free, but going to the hospital for COVID-19 is not. Even if you don’t catch the virus, or go to the hospital local residents can still pay the price. Hospitals in Southern ...

SALEM, Ore. – Gov. Kate Brown mandating the COVID-19 vaccine for all health care and K-12 educators, staff, and volunteers. The announcement came Thursday. The rule goes into effect in mid-October or 6 weeks after the vaccines get full FDA ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Comment after comment, post after post, conspiracy theories aren’t hard to find on social media.Ā Misinformation online about COVID-19 has been spreading just as fast as the virus itself. With the current health care crisis in our valley, ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – UNETE is partnering with the OHA and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints this Friday to vaccinate more people in the Latinx community. According to the OHA, only 8% of Hispanic residents have been vaccinated ...

YREKA, Cali. – Siskiyou Co. is now allowing people from outside counties to take advantage of its vaccination supply. The catch is interested people still need to be a California resident or prove they work in Siskiyou Co. Californians who ...

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Klamath Co. is now expanding the COVID-19 vaccine into Group 6 of Phase 1B. That means adults 45-64 with an underlying health condition can start applying. Sky Lakes Medical Center in Klamath Falls is already scheduling ...

ROSEBURG, Oreā€” The Roseburg VA center is expanding the eligibility for covid-19 vaccinations for veterans. The VA says any veterans that fall under the 1c category are now eligible. That category includes: 65 and older Veterans in congregate living Homeless ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – A Jackson Co. clinic is one of seven health centers statewide given extra COVID vaccine doses for those most affected by COVID-19 minorities. La Clinica has been in the Rogue Valley since 1989 helping those who have ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Jackson Co. Jail inmates can now get their COVID-19 vaccine. Inmates are offered the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. While the county isn’t sure how many inmates are interested. It says it has about 100 doses to ...

OREGON- Today, state officials updated Oregon’s vaccine eligibility timeline and while they are hopeful to offer the vaccine completely by summer, it all depends on federal rollout. Governor Kate Brown and the Oregon Health Authority laying out the future of ...