Vaccine Information

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde is working hard to make sure the general public has access to the COVID-19 vaccine. However, we have made some changes to help ease the demands on Tribal staff. A few things to note:


COVID-19 Vaccination Line | 503-879-1900

There is a new CTGR COVID-19 Vaccination phone line that will help direct vaccination phone traffic to the appropriate location. 


Vaccinations at Grand Ronde Health and Wellness Center:

Individuals who can receive the COVID-19 vaccination at the Grand Ronde Health and Wellness Center.  Those eligible are:

  • CTGR Tribal Members, CTGR Spouses, CTGR Descendants, and Other Natives (with Tribal ID or Certificate of Indian Blood) 18 years and older. 
  • CTGR Clinic patients with established care (not just pharmacy use) 18 years and older
  • CTGR Governance employees 18 years and older. 

For more information to schedule for COVID-19 Vaccination, please call 503-879-1900


COVID-19 Vaccination Preparation Requirements: 

  • Please complete the COVID-19 Administrative Record form
  • Expect the Vaccination process to take 20-30 minutes (due to the observation time) and the vaccination to be administered in groups. 
  • Anyone with confirmed COVID-19 infection in the last 90 days will have vaccination differed until 90 days out from recovered date. 
  • Anyone in isolation due to close contact must wait out isolation before receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Anyone who has had any type of vaccination in the past 14 days will be deferred vaccination until 14 days have passed. 


General Public Vaccination Events:

There are no public vaccination events planned at this time. Click here for more information on the Tribe's Vaccination Plan. Please follow CTGR's Facebook for future announcements and updates on vaccination events.  


Vaccination Clinics: 

Chemawa Indian Health Center: 503-304-7600 | Website 

Chemawa Indian Health Center is currently scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments for all registered patients 18 years and over. If you are currently registered at Chemawa Indian Health Center, and a member of a Federally recognized Tribe, you may register at the clinic with a picture ID and CIB or Tribal ID.  Once registered you will be eligible to be given a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.  Eligibility and requirements are subject to change, please contact Chemawa Indian Health Center for updates. 


Cow Creek Vaccination Clinic: 541-691-2483 | Website| Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm

Cow Creek has their mass vaccination clinics for tribal members and their households.  The vaccination clinics will operate daily Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm, with 50 appointments available each day. Vaccinations are available at the Seven Feathers Resort and also by appointment (20 per day) in the Tribe's two medical clinics (Roseburg and Canyonville) Call 541-691-2483 to make an appointment at the mass vaccination site. 


Frequently Asked Questions

What does it mean that the Pfizer vaccine was approved by the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA)?

Pfizer received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for its COVID-19 vaccine - this means that the original emergency use authorization (EUA) that was in place for the public health emergency has been superseded by regular FDA approval. The FDA approval is for patients 16 and older. Minors between 12 and 16 can still receive the Pfizer vaccine under the EUA.


I am immunocompromised--why do I need an additional dose. When can I get mine?

The FDA and CDC recently recommended an additional dose of mRNA vaccine for those with certain conditions that result in moderate to severe compromised immunity, and provided a very specific list of conditions; including active treatment for cancer, organ transplant recipients, those receiving certain stem cell transplant, those with advanced or untreated HIV infection, people being treated with high-dose corticosteroids, and those being treated with certain immunosuppressive drugs and/or cancer chemotherapeutic agents.


I heard the CDC is recommending booster shots for everyone who got the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine. When can I get mine?

The Centers for Disease Control have circulated information that suggests vaccinated individuals should receive another booster of COVID-19 vaccine 8 months after being fully vaccinated; however, a formal recommendation or authorization from the FDA for a booster has not been announced yet. 


If we need a booster dose, does that mean that the vaccines aren’t working?

COVID-19 vaccines are working very well to prevent severe illness, hospitalization, and death, even against the widely circulating Delta variant.  However, with the Delta variant, public health experts are starting to see reduced protection against mild and moderate disease. For that reason, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is planning for a booster shot so vaccinated people maintain protection over the coming months.

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