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Where to Get Your Vaccine

Now open to all Oregonians over 12.


Many doctor's offices and pediatricians now have the vaccine, in addition to the resources below you may also contact your doctor.

Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson County

For a comprehensive list of options to receive the vaccine, click here.

Harney County
Vaccinating at the Fairgrounds, follow the health department on Facebook for availability or call 541-589-1501. The Burns Safeway is also scheduling vaccines, click here.

Wheeler County
Please call the Public Health Nurse at 971-762-0527 or Asher Clinic 541-763-2725 to determine eligibility and make an appointment.

July Re Opening Poster 2With the changing guidance from the Oregon Governor's office, beginning on June 30th COAR and MLSCO will no longer require social distancing, reduced capacity or masks/vaccine verification for meetings and classes in the COAR building.

Bend MLSCO Tour Meeting
On July 13th, we will resume the in-person Bend MLSCO tour meeting at COAR. This will be held in a hybrid format, with the option of attending in person or virtually. 

  • Please wear a mask if you are not vaccinated. Since we will not be doing vaccine verification or enforcing any sort of mask policy, we will trust our members to make behave in a responsible manner.
  • If you are experiencing cold systems, please do not enter the building.
  • Please use the provided hand sanitizer.
  • Please respect that some members are not yet comfortable removing their mask, shaking hands, etc.

Office Staffing and Appointments
  • Staff are available to accept paperwork and sell lockboxes at our customer service window.
  • Some staff will be working remotely, so if you would like to meet with a specific person or have technical questions, please make an appointment.
  • If you need assistance while at the COAR office, please see the staff person available at the customer service window. Do not enter the main office.

Listing inventory is currently low and we are seeing the number of homes going pending rising rapidly compared to prior years. Median prices are also very steady and not rapidly increasing. Interest rates remain a record lows, please contact a lender for information on lending requirements at this time.

For market statistics, click here.

If you have a federally backed loan and are experiencing financial hardship, you may be eligible to delay your payments without late fees, delinquency or foreclosure. These payment delays do not happen automatically and require you to contact your mortgage provider as soon as possible to discuss your options.

Both the federal government and State of Oregon have taken action to prevent evictions at this time. If you are unable to make rental payments, contact your landlord to discuss options moving forward. For more information from the State of Oregon, click here (including utilities assistance).

Landlords across Oregon are now subject to several different restrictions, as well as some relief from various levels and branches of government. We encourage you to visit Multifamily NW and the Oregon Rental Housing Association for additional information on developments affecting landlords and access to forms that may be helpful to landlords. The Oregon Association of REALTORS has created the following guide to help landlords; COVID-19 Information Affecting Landlords. Due to the new guidelines preventing evictions during this time, prior to taking any action with respect to your tenants, we highly recommend speaking with counsel.

If you are interested in selling your home in the future, work with a REALTOR now to add value to your property.

The Central Oregon Association of REALTORS has created this resource to help provide generalized information regarding real estate and the COVID-19 outbreak for the public to help answer some of the frequently asked questions we are receiving. The information is changing rapidly, and we are not medical professionals, nor are we attorneys. If you have questions regarding you or your family’s health and your activities regarding a real estate transaction, we recommend you speak with a medical professional. If you have legal questions regarding COVID-19 and a real estate transaction, please contact your legal counsel.