Everyone 12 years and older is eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Only the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is authorized for use in people 12 years and older. Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine are available for those 18 years and older.
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:
- Search on VaccineLocator.doh.wa.gov
- Search on VaccineFinder.org
- Call 833.VAX.HELP
- Text your zip code to 438829 (GETVAX)
The Tower Mall COVID-19 vaccination site closed on Tuesday, June 29. Those who received a first dose of Pfizer vaccine at Tower Mall and need a second dose can visit any local Safeway or Albertsons pharmacy -- or any other location offering Pfizer vaccine -- to get a second dose. Safeway and Albertsons pharmacies are not requiring appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations.
Need a ride to your vaccination appointment?
Washington state has partnered with Uber and Lyft to provide free and discounted rides to vaccine appointments for people who need transportation assistance. Call the state COVID-19 information hotline, 833.VAX.HELP, to request a ride to your appointment.
Community in Motion (formerly Human Services Council) can also provide rides to COVD-19 vaccination sites. Rides are available to Clark, Cowlitz and Wahkiakum county residents through December 2021. Call 360.762.5292 to request a ride.
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- Washington State Department of Health COVID-19 vaccine webpage
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 vaccines website
When you receive your COVID-19 vaccine, you will be given a vaccination card. The card is an official record of your vaccination.
Keep your vaccination card in a safe place because you may need it for travel or possibly booster doses later. Consider taking a photo of your card (front and back) to have a digital copy handy or make a photocopy to carry in your purse or wallet.
Can’t find your vaccination card?
You can get your official vaccination record online through the state’s MyIR (My Immunization Records) website.
Visit MyIR Mobile to sign up for free. If you already have a MyIR account, you’re ready to access your immunization records. The state Department of Health website has additional information about MyIR and other ways you can access your immunization records.
If you need help accessing your records through MyIR, call the state’s COVID-19 hotline: 833.829.4357 (833.VAX.HELP).
COVID-19 vaccine administered
Doses administered, as of Saturday, July 31:
- 479,355 doses administered in Clark County
- 262,122 Clark County residents with at least one dose (63.2% residents 16+ years old)
- 237,757 Clark County residents fully vaccinated (57.6% residents 16+ years old)
Doses administered and number of residents vaccinated may not align because people may be vaccinated in a county other than where they live.
Washington State Department of Health provides the data on COVID-19 vaccine doses administered. Visit the state’s COVID-19 Data Dashboard for the additional vaccine data.
Vaccination by age
Updated July 30. Data is from Washington Department of Health's COVID-19 data dashboard. Percentages are based on the total population in Clark County for each age group.
Vaccination by gender
Updated July 30. Data is from Washington Department of Health's COVID-19 data dashboard.
Vaccination by race/ethnicity
Updated July 30. Data is from Washington Department of Health's COVID-19 data dashboard. Percentages reflect the percent of vaccinated people who identify with each race/ethnicity. For example, 69% of Clark County residents who have been vaccinated identify as white and 7% of Clark County residents who have been vaccinated identify as Hispanic/Latino.
COVID-19 vaccination by zip code
Updated July 30. Initiated vaccination means they have completed one dose of any COVID-19 vaccine and includes those who are fully vaccinated. Percentages are based on the total number of residents (all ages) in each zip code.
Updated July 30. Completed vaccination means they have completed two doses of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine or one dose of a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine. Percentages are based on the total number of residents (all ages) in each zip code.