Where to get vaccinated or tested this week

(The Enterprise/File).

ONTARIO – The Malheur County Health Department will host its usual vaccine clinic from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Four Rivers Cultural Center for all eligible people. 

Frontline workers, those living in multigenerational households, and people ages 16 and up with an underlying health condition are eligible. Agricultural workers, homeless people, pregnant people, and people displaced by wildfires are also still eligible, as are all adults over 65, medical workers, prison workers, and caretakers. 

Those considering attending the clinic should be prepared to stand outside in line or have someone else stand in line for them, and are invited to bring something to sit on. In addition, clinic attendees should be sure to wear a mask. 

There is no cost associated with the vaccine, nor . . .