COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Planning
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized the emergency use of both the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. Following FDA's approval, both vaccines have been distributed and administered throughout Washington state. Click here to learn more about the vaccine.
YAKIMA COUNTY VACCINE DISTRIBUTION
Yakima County has begun to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccines have been distributed to Yakima County's three hospitals and four additional sites including pharmacies and federally qualified health centers. Vaccine distribution in Yakima County will follow Washington state's phased approach.
Click on the image below to view the estimated timeline infographic and review the glossary of terms.
Yakima County is in Phase 1B Tier 1 of Vaccine Distribution
People 65 years of age and older and those 50 years of age and older that live in multi-generational households are eligible to receive the vaccine, alongside healthcare workers, first responders and residents and staff in long term care facilities.
Click here to read who is eligible under the multi-generational household definition.
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. This list will be updated based on vaccine availability.
- Astria Sunnyside Hospital: Call 509-837-1317 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Astria Toppenish Hospital: Call 509-865-1520 or email: email@example.com
- Central Washington Family Medicine: Not currently taking appointments.
- Yakima Neighborhood Health Services: Not currently taking appointments.
- YVFWC- Grandview: For groups 5 and under call 509-882-3444; groups 5 and over email: firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule appointment.
WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU ARRIVE AT A VACCINATION SITE
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.
TOOLS FOR PATIENTS
VACCINE DATA DASHBOARD
|*Week 7 COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation|
|Total Amount of 1st Dose Received||Total Amount of First Dose Administered||% of First Dose Vaccine administered||Total Amount of Booster Received||Total Amount of Booster Administered||% of Booster Administered|
*This data will be updated on a weekly basis. Updated 1/19/2020