Tues. - Wed.: 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Thurs.: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Fri. – Sat.: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena, 720 W. Mallon Ave., Spokane, WA 99201
See a parking map
The Spokane Arena vaccination clinic administers the Moderna vaccine, which is a two-dose series. You will need to receive your second dose one month (28 days) after the first dose.
Walk-in appointments for second doses of the Moderna vaccine are available to individuals who have not been able to schedule their second appointment elsewhere. To receive a second dose, individuals must bring their immunization card as proof of their first dose.
Get an Appointment
Vaccine appointments for the Spokane Arena location are managed by the Washington State Department of Health and Safeway/Albertsons pharmacies.
- If you received your first dose at the Spokane Arena mass vaccination site, you were given a second dose appointment at that time. Please make sure you return to the same location for your second dose. If you do not receive a second dose appointment, please call the COVID-19 information hotline at 1.800.525.0127 and press #.
- If you need help scheduling an appointment or scheduling for a second dose appointment, call the state COVID-19 information line at 1.800.525.0127 and press #.
- If you have questions or concerns about the Spokane Arena vaccination site, please contact the Washington State Department of Health at COVID.email@example.com.
Who can get vaccinated?
As of May 12, 2021, all Washingtonians ages 12 and up are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination. Please keep in mind that the clinic at the Spokane Arena is administering the Moderna vaccine, which is authorized for use in individuals age 18 and older, only. Visit the "Get Vaccinated" page for more information about vaccine options.
What to Expect
- Arrive at the Arena a few minutes before your vaccination appointment to complete the check-in process.
- Use the Boone Street entrance to the Spokane Arena. A greeter will direct you to the check-in line where staff will confirm your scheduled appointment and direct you to the parking area.
See a parking map
- Once inside the arena, you will receive a COVID-19 screening questionnaire and be directed to the waiting area to receive your vaccine.
- Individuals should plan to wait for 15-30 minutes for observation after their vaccination. This is a great time to sign up for CDC’s v-safe app and schedule your second vaccine appointment.
Do you have other questions about preparing for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment? Get more information here.
What to Bring
- A photo ID
- For second-dose appointments, please bring your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, which you were given when you received your first dose
Please note that there will be metal detectors at the entrance of the Spokane Arena. In accordance with the Spokane Arena's Policies, please plan accordingly and leave weapons of any kind at home.
Other Vaccination Options
The Spokane Arena clinic is one of several options for getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Healthcare providers and pharmacies are also providing COVID-19 vaccines. If you already have a primary care provider, please contact them to inquire about getting vaccinated.
If you do not have a provider, use Washington state’s Vaccine Locator to see a list of Spokane County providers and pharmacies offering COVID-19 vaccination. Please do not visit the locations listed without an appointment. You will need to schedule an appointment to receive vaccination.