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COVID Vaccine Information

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Here at Community Health Care, we want to assist everyone who wants a vaccine for coronavirus with getting a vaccine.
As you may be aware, vaccines are being offered to the public in phases, as dictated by the Washington State Department of Health.

Am I Eligible to Receive a Vaccine?

Currently, we are in Tier 1 of Phase 1B of Washington’s COVID-19 Vaccine Plan. To find your phase, click on the link:
Phase Finder
Once you have completed the steps in the Phase Finder tool, save or print the confirmation verification.
Most vaccination locations will require that information before administering the vaccine.

Right now, you are eligible for a vaccine if you are:

  • 65 years or older.
  • 50 years or older and live in a multigenerational household
  • People who work in healthcare and can’t work remotely.
  • Medical first responders.
  • People who live or work in long-term care facilities.

COVID-19 vaccine supplies remain limited and first-dose appointments are in short supply. Community Health Care will post community vaccine clinic dates and locations as they become available. Patients will be notified of vaccine clinics through the Patient Portal, text messages, and phone calls. If no times are available on the registration form, all appointments are filled. You must have an appointment to participate in the community vaccine clinic events.

COVID-19 vaccination clinics are subject to change due to vaccine supply. If we do not receive the vaccine supply the event and your appointment will be canceled. If you signed up for an appointment you will be placed on a waiting list for the next available vaccine clinic.

The link to any registration forms will not work until the form is activated. Please be patient and check back to use the online registration form.

Where Can I Get Vaccinated?

There are many organizations that are offering vaccines to eligible persons. The best place to start would be to contact your primary care provider to see if they are offering vaccinations. If they are not, go to the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department webpage for a list of locations. Most locations will require you to register or make an appointment. If your preferred location is out of appointments, check back often, as more vaccines are becoming available all the time.
Vaccination Locations

Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department will also be periodically offering pop-up, drive-through vaccination clinics by appointment only. Check this page for clinic dates, locations, and the ability to register. Again, the situation is rapidly changing according to the amount of vaccine available. Check back often.
Drive-Thru Community Vaccination Clinics