COVID-19 Vaccine


COVID-19 Vaccine

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the emergency use of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Following, FDA'a approval, both vaccines have been distributed and administered across Washington state. Click here to learn more about the vaccines.

COVID-19 Vaccine in Yakima County

Yakima County has begun distributing the COVID-19 vaccine and will follow Washington state's phased approach for distribution. Click on the graphic below to review the timeline and glossary of terms.


Current vaccine locations

If you fall under Phase A or Tier 1 of Phase 1B, please use the contact information below to schedule yourself or your team in a vaccination clinic. The lists will be updated based on vaccine availability. Please contact the vaccine location directly to schedule an appointment. The Yakima Health District is not scheduling appointments.

The following locations are currently scheduling appointments. Please check with each location for information on vacccine availability.

Kennewick Mass Vaccination Site

1500 S Oak St. 
Kennewick, WA 99336

Go to: or call: 1-800-525-0127 and then press #

Safeway PharmacyCheck website
for address
Go to:

Yakima Valley
Memorial Hospital

2506 W. Nob Hill Blvd. Yakima, WA 98902Go to: Click on "COVID-19 vaccine" at top of page.
Swofford & Halma Clinic2303 Reith Way Sunnyside, WA 98944

Call: 509-837-3933
YVFWC - Yakima
602 E. Nob Hill Blvd. Yakima, WA 98901
Call: 509-248-3334 or email:

YVFWC- Lincoln2205 W. Lincoln Ave.
Yakima, WA 98902

Call: 509-575-1234
YVFWC- 11th Ave314 S. 11th Ave, Ste A
Yakima, WA 98902

Call: 509-902-8585
YVFWC- Mid-Valley Community Clinic620 W. 1st St.
Wapato, WA 98951

Call: 509-877-4111
YVFWC- Toppenish510 W. 1st Ave
Toppenish, WA 98948

Call: 509-865-5600 or
YVFWC- Granger115 Sunnyside Ave, Ste A
Granger, WA 98932
Call: 509-865-6450
YVFWC- Grandview1000 Wallace Way
Grandview, WA 98930

For groups 5 and under call: 509-882-3444; groups 5 and over email:
Yakima Valley Family Clinic

811 W. Yakima Ave. Yakima, WA 98902

Call: 509-367-6066

The following locations are only scheduling appointments for second doses. Individuals must have also recieved their first dose from the same location.

Astria Sunnyside Hospital

1016 Tacoma Ave. Sunnyside, WA 98944

Call: 509-837-1524 or email: sun.covidvaccine@astriahealth
Central Washington
Family Medicine
1806 W. Lincoln Ave. Yakima, WA 98902

Go to:
Prosser Memorial Hospital

723 Memorial St. Prosser, WA 99350

Call: 509-786-6601 or email:
Yakima Pediatrics

402 S. 12th St. 
Yakima, WA 98902
Go to:

The following locations are not currently scheduling appointments.

Astria Toppenish Hospital

502 W. 4th Ave. Toppenish WA 98948

Call: 509-865-1520 or email: laurie.mires@astriahealth.
Horizon Pharmacy

633 W. 1st St. Wapato WA 98951

Do not call.. Register for an appointment on website.
Yakima Neighborhood
Health Services
12 S. 8th St. 
Yakima, WA 98901

Call site:
Yakima: 509-454-4143
Sunnyside: 509-837-8200
Granger: 509-317-2182

Yakima Valley Family Clinic

811 W. Yakima Ave. Yakima, WA 98902

Prioritizing Phase A workers.
Call: 509-575-6066


You must have an appointment please call the facility’s listed on this page directly to schedule. 

You may need to bring a photo ID, health insurance information, and documentation of eligibility for Phase A (voucher or employment verification)  

Expect to stay for 15 minutes after you receive your vaccine to monitor for any adverse reaction. Medical staff will be on hand.

At your appointment, you will be provided with information on the brand of COVID vaccine you received, as well as information on when you need to receive your second dose. 


Information is updated every Tuesday by 5pm. Last update was 2/24/21

Information is collected directly from partners on how many doses have been administered. 

*Week 11  COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation
Total Amount of 1st Dose Received**Total Amount of First Dose AdministeredTotal Amount of Booster ReceivedTotal Amount of Booster Administered

**Data Note:  Providers are getting one additional doses per vial, these additional doses are reflected in the total amount of doses administered. 


Week 11 facility PDF

Any analysis on the the amount of vaccine received and the amount administered by facilities is not encouraged with this set of data because the information is reported the same day the facility received their shipment of vaccine

Tools for Patients

  • PhaseFinder- an online tool from the Washington State Department of Health to help you determine if you are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. If you are not currently eligible, you may sign up to receive a notification once you are eligible. 
    • If you are eligible,  print or take a screenshot of the confirmation page from Phase Finder. You should be prepared to share that confirmation along with an identification card to the vaccine provider as proof of eligibility.
    • While the PhaseFinder will show you a list of locations that received the vaccine, those may not necessarily be sites that are offering vaccines to the broader community. Please contact the organizations above directly to schedule your appointment. 
  • V-Safe After Vaccination Health Checker - a smartphone-based tool from the CDC that can be used to report side effects after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Go to to get started.

Key information about COVID-19 vaccines:

  • Vaccines will only be distributed via state-approved healthcare providers.
  • The Yakima Health District is not currently distributing or storing the vaccine.
  • The COVID-19 vaccine will be covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance, and the cost of the vaccine will be covered for people who are uninsured.
  • As more vaccines become widely available, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) will issue further guidance on when vaccines can be provided to other critical groups. DOH's guidance is based on recommendations from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). 
  • Even after a vaccine is available, stopping the pandemic will continue to require everyone – even if vaccinated - to continue to follow all current guidance to protect themselves and others. The Yakima Health District recommends everyone continue to wear masks, wash hands, stay 6 feet apart, limit gatherings, follow CDC travel guidance, and follow isolation/quarantine guidance if infected or exposed to the virus.


Community members who wish to provide feedback on the priority groups can do so here: