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Be Smart.
Stay Healthy.

You may be feeling concerned because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.

If you’re having any of these symptoms – fever, cough, shortness of breath – please call us at 503-344-9311 and ask to speak to a triage nurse before your appointment or before coming into a health center. 

To protect yourself and loved ones, here are some things you can do:

Protect. Every. Body.

We need vaccine distribution and education to put an end to this pandemic. COVID-19 has ravaged our communities. We have lost friends, neighbors and family members in the past year to this deadly pandemic. Across the country, people, particularly within communities of color, face long-term health and economic consequences. 

In this moment, Planned Parenthood’s mission has never been clearer: provide the high-quality care and trusted information people need and our communities deserve to make the best decisions about their bodies and live the life they want — healthy, strong, and protected against COVID-19.

Questions about the COVID-19 vaccine? Check out these Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's).

Vaccine resources by county:
BentonCoosLinnLaneDouglasJacksonJosephine

Vaccine PDF resources:
FAQ for Planned Parenthood Staff on COVID-19 VaccinesJosephine (English), Josephine (Spanish), Jackson County (English), Jackson County (Spanish).

You can do your part too. For accurate, up-to-date information about the vaccines and other steps to stay healthy, visit plannedparenthood.org/protect-every-body

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Avoid close contact with
people who are sick

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Wash your hands with
soap and water frequently

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Try not to touch your eyes,
nose or mouth if you have
not washed your hands

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Cover your mouth and nose
with a tissue when you 
cough or sneeze or cough 
or sneeze into your upper 
sleeve, not your hands

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Use hand sanitizer (with at
least 60% alcohol), if soap
and water are not available