The daily average of first-dose vaccinations each week plummeted to 3,810 in mid-April from a peak of 15,382 in mid-March, according to state data. The average has held relatively steady at about 3,000 first doses per day since May.
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Editor's note: The third death listed in this article was reported by the Oregon Health Authority, while the first two were reported by Umatil…
Hoping to pick up the pace of vaccinations, state and federal health officials are ditching their population-based distribution game plans to get more doses where they are wanted and needed.
PENDLETON — As Umatilla County is likely headed back into the “high risk” category for COVID-19, the county is turning away vaccine allocations from the state because supply has outpaced demand.
Morrow County officials canceled a vaccine clinic in Heppner on Tuesday, April 13, after federal health agencies recommended that states “paus…
In early January, I wrote a column explaining the reasons I planned to get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as I was able.
Oregonians over the age of 16, who have not qualified for the COVID-19 vaccine in any of the phases of the vaccine rollout, will be eligible f…
PENDLETON — Last week, Umatilla County health officials received an email from the Oregon Health Authority promising counties across Oregon a sharp uptick in their weekly allocated COVID-19 vaccines — an increase from 700 doses to 2,400, including 1,600 more first doses of the Moderna vaccine.
UMATILLA COUNTY — Umatilla County’s two state prisons finished the first step of immunizing all adults in custody against COVID-19 this week by successfully offering the first doses to all inmates, according to spokespersons from the two prisons.