COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 vaccine is available at many local pharmacies and medical offices. If you have a health care provider, check to see if they’re providing COVID-19 vaccinations.

To find a location near you offering COVID-19 vaccine:

People who are uninsured or who have insurance that doesn’t pay for all vaccine costs can get a free updated COVID-19 vaccine through the CDC’s Bridge Access Program. Visit to find locations providing free vaccines through the Bridge Access Program. The Bridge Access Program is ending in August 2024.

Need a ride to your vaccination appointment? Learn about transportation resources available statewide and in Southwest Washington on the state Department of Health website

About the vaccines

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has approved or authorized the use of four COVID-19 vaccines. Everyone 6 months and older is eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine. 

The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are mRNA vaccines and are available for people 6 months and older. The Novavax vaccine is a protein subunit vaccine and is available for people 12 years and older.

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine, a viral vector vaccine, has expired and is no longer available in the U.S., as of May 6, 2023. 

For more information about COVID-19 vaccines and staying up to date, visit the CDC website:

COVID-19 vaccine records

Access your official COVID-19 vaccination record online through MyIR Mobile. MyIR Mobile provides immunization records using information submitted by vaccine providers to the state's immunization database.

If you need help accessing your COVID-19 vaccination records, call the state’s COVID-19 hotline: 833.829.4357 (833.VAX.HELP).

Learn more about COVID-19 vaccination verification on the state Department of Health website.