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Looking for a vaccination site? Providence is partnering with community organizations to bring COVID vaccinations and booster shots closer to places people live and work.
We need our ERs to be able to take care of people with emergency and critical health needs. Here’s where to go for COVID tests.
Get vaccinated and get boosted if you have not already done so.
The CDC issued an urgent warning for pregnant women to get vaccinated to prevent “serious illness, deaths, and adverse pregnancy outcomes from COVID-19.”
Providence is now allowing one designated visitor per day for most patients – with a few exceptions.
With flu season approaching, and the surge of COVID cases continuing, our doctors want you to know that it is safe to get both vaccines at the same time.
We're now caring for younger and sicker COVID patients in our ICUs, especially those under age 50.
Providence and local emergency rooms have a unified message as the COVID surge escalates: Help us help you.
Here’s what you need to know: Vaccinated people are much less likely to need hospitalization or become seriously ill than unvaccinated people who get COVID.
Tips to follow if you lose your personal vaccination card
CDC guidance still calls for masks in health care settings.
We take your health and safety seriously. Learn about the steps we're taking to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
While the COVID-19 vaccine is critical to stopping the pandemic, it is not the only effort.
ElderPlace Oregon visitor policy and guidelines