2019 Novel Coronavirus - COVID-19

New reformulated bivalent (Omicron) vaccines are here!
All LCPH community clinics, OHA community clinics, providers and pharmacies are administering the new COVID-19 booster, specifically formulated against Omicron. Any booster you receive, at any location, will be the new reformulated booster.

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Reporting a positive home test
The FDA has granted a shelf-life extension for the iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test (pictured below), which extended the shelf-life of all iHealth tests from 6 months to 12 months. Please use the tool linked here to check the most updated expiration date of your kit(s).
Expiration Date Extension


COVID-19 Vaccines
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Contact Tracing: Quarantine & Isolation Resources
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Nuevo Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Información en Español

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Data and Reports


As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, so does our response at Lane County Public Health. Beginning May 23, 2022, we will be adjusting the data we publish from daily to weekly reports. This report will be updated each Wednesday to show the data for the previous week. Lane County Public Health will continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and make adjustments as necessary.


The Oregon Health Authority still provides daily updates Monday-Friday of the daily case counts along with other information which can be viewed here.

Non-Emergency Call Center


Starting Monday, April 18, the COVID Call Center will now be accepting calls 9am – 2pm, Monday – Friday.
The number will remain the same 541-682-1380.



Questions can also be emailed to:

[email protected]

The Oregon Health Authority COVID Hotline is also available Monday – Friday from 8am to 5pm. They can be reached at 866-917-8881 toll free or text OHACOVID to 61222.

The Oregon Health Authority is now offering Electronic Vaccine cards!

For more information, you can visit this site.

If you have issues, OHA’s Immunization Program registry staff can help. You can reach them at 800-980-9431, Monday – Friday from 9am to 4pm.

If you need help filling out the form, assistance in other languages or general information about My Electronic Vaccine Card, call 211 or 866-698-6155


Printable COVID-19 Prevention Flyers