Updated Nov. 13, 2023

Find an Appointment – Visit vaccines.gov

Visit vaccines.gov to search vaccine provider locations. You can also text your ZIP code to 438829 or call 1-800-232-0233.

See the "Locations" tab above to learn more about this program, vaccines for people who do not have insurance or whose insurance does not fully cover vaccination and other local options in Spokane County.

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Office Visit and Administration Fees

If you have insurance, seek clarification from your provider and your insurance company to see what is covered by your insurance plan before your appointment.

If you are insured, most insurers will cover the cost of the administration fee for COVID-19 vaccines. You could be charged out-of-pocket costs or receive a bill from your provider for the COVID-19 vaccine. This is true if you have private insurance, Medicaid, or Medicare. If you do not have insurance or cannot afford the out-of-pocket costs to get a COVID-19 vaccine, you can find a provider who offers no-cost vaccines by visiting the “Locations” tab above.

See our FAQ for more information.

Timing with Other Vaccinations

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) has updated guidance on timing with other vaccines. COVID-19 vaccines can be given without regard to timing of administration of other vaccines. For example, you can get the influenza vaccine (your flu shot) at the same time as a COVID-19 vaccine.

What to Bring

Be sure to check with the clinic to make sure you have everything you need.

For minors:

Make sure to check with the clinic first regarding vaccination policies for children, including what is required in terms of documentation of a parent or legal guardian’s consent.

Expect to Wait 15 Minutes After Vaccination

After you receive your vaccination, the clinic may ask you to stay for 15-30 minutes to monitor for potential allergic reactions.

See our FAQ for more information.

Keep Your Vaccination Card or Sign Up to Access Records Online

Keep your vaccination paper card in case you need it for proof of vaccination in the future.

Learn how to find your digital vaccination records or maintain proof of vaccination here.

Staying Up to Date

You are considered up to date once you have received an updated Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. It takes about two weeks after getting your vaccine for your body to build immunity. See what is recommended for you.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Vaccines for COVID-19