Updated Nov. 22, 2021

COVID-19 vaccines are widely available in Spokane County. You should be able to schedule an appointment at your healthcare clinic, community vaccination site or pharmacy. Review the options below to determine where to go to get your vaccine.

Vaccine Locator

Use Washington state’s Vaccine Locator to see a list of Spokane County providers and pharmacies offering COVID-19 vaccination. In most cases, you will need to schedule an appointment to receive vaccination. If you need help scheduling an appointment, call the state hotline at 1.800.525.0127 and press # or call 211.

See Vaccine Locations

Contact Your Provider

If you already have a provider, you can contact them to see if you can schedule your vaccination at their clinic.

Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccine Locations

Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines for kids and find clinics and providers offering pediatric COVID-19 vaccines.

Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center

COVID-19 vaccines are available to veterans and their families at the Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center. Appointments required. Learn more.

Request an In-Home Vaccination

For some individuals, it may not be possible to leave home for a vaccination appointment. People experiencing the following circumstances may be able to request an in-home vaccination:

  • Have not yet been vaccinated
  • Have experienced an injury, developmental disability or medical condition that makes it difficult to leave home
  • Would face considerable and/or taxing effort to access a vaccination appointment

If you or someone you know meets these criteria, you can request a home visit by filling out the Washington State Department of Health Home Based Vaccination Form. For more information or to speak with a representative, please call SRHD at 509.324.1611.

Getting to Your Appointment

If you need help getting to your appointment, see this page for information on local options for travel to and from appointments.

Transportation to Your Appointment