Current through Register Vol. 61, No. 4, April 1, 2022
A person or entity receiving, storing, administering, or transferring COVID-19
vaccine must report:
(a) All COVID-19 vaccine
dose administration and adjuvant (if applicable) within 24 hours of
(b) All on-hand
inventory of COVID-19 vaccine on a weekly basis, no later than 5 p.m. Pacific
Time on Sunday.
(c) All spoiled,
expired, or wasted COVID-19 vaccine to the Authority's Immunization Registry or
through a survey managed by the Authority within 24 hours of knowledge or
discovery of the spoilage, expiration or wasting.
(d) All transfers of COVID-19 vaccine within
24 hours of the transfer.
(2) A person or entity must report the
information required under this rule in the Registry in accordance with OAR
chapter 333, division 49.
person or entity receiving state-supplied COVID-19 vaccine must promptly
(within 24 hours) respond to requests for information from the Authority or a
Local Public Health Authority about its COVID-19 vaccine storage, handling,
use, administration plans, transfers, or inventory, including temperature logs.
(4) If the Authority determines
that a person or entity with COVID-19 vaccine cannot make immediate use of the
vaccine and that the vaccine is needed more urgently elsewhere, the Authority
may request the vaccine be transferred to another enrolled provider and the
vaccine must be transferred within 24 hours of the Authority's request.
(5) If the Authority determines
that a person or entity with COVID-19 vaccine is not appropriately storing or
handling COVID-19 vaccine, the Authority may demand return of the vaccine or
appear on-site to collect and remove the vaccine.
(7) A person or entity who violates any
provision of this rule is subject to a civil penalty of $500 per day per
Or. Admin. R.
5-2021, temporary adopt filed 01/22/2021, effective
1/22/2021 through 7/20/2021;
30-2021, adopt filed 07/12/2021, effective
Statutory/Other Authority: ORS
Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS