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Corvallis Clinic no longer offers drive-through COVID-19 vaccines, continuing in-clinic vaccinations

Angela Tam, News Contributor
May 12, 2021

The Corvallis Clinic is continuing to administer the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, following a clinic-held drive-through event which proved to be successful, and until another vaccination event of this nature,...

A truck with the labeling of Jim’s Fruit Stand in front of an open lot. As of March 29th, everyone in Phase 1B Group 6 of Oregon’s vaccination plan is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. The list of people eligible for the vaccine has now grown to include migrant and seasonal farm workers.

20 Oregon counties move from vaccination group six to seven, now all residents eligible

Adam Figgins, News Contributor
April 19, 2021

By April 19, the vaccine will be made available to all individuals 16 or older, previously, all residents in Benton County group seven are eligible for the vaccine.Group seven is a part of phase 1B of...

The Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center has served the community from its north Corvallis location since 1975. Residents of Corvallis can be treated for COVID-19 and receive the vaccine in this facility.   

Best of 2020: OSU, Corvallis healthcare providers

Jada Krening, News Correspondent
January 21, 2020

First Place: OSU Student Health ServicesStudent Health Services was selected by Oregon State University students and the Corvallis community as the best place to receive healthcare.Student Health Services...

Doula

‘Everything in life is like a birth’

Chloe Stewart, News Contributor
February 4, 2019

As evidence of her participation in and enthusiasm for her doula training program, Anastacia Karabatsos, a third-year at OSU studying biology, carries a visual aid made by a fellow doula in the program...

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