Updated March 30th, 2021 11:38 am
People who qualify for COVID-19 vaccines under current guidelines in Washington state are those in Phase 1A; 1B, tier 1, 2 or 3 as outlined below (new additions in bold):
- People who are 60 and older (previously 65+)
- Workers in congregate settings, such as restaurants, manufacturing, and construction
- Anyone with two or more underlying medical conditions such as cancer or heart disease
- People living in a congregate setting, such as a correctional facility or group home, and those experiencing homelessness
- Agricultural workers
- Fishing vessel crews
- Food processing workers
- Grocery workers
- Public transit workers
- Law enforcement
- Corrections, prison, jail, and detention center workers
- Those over age 16 who are pregnant
- Those over age 16 with a disability putting them at high-risk for severe COVID-19 illness
- Pre-k-12 educators, school district employees, and licensed childcare workers
- People 50 and older who also live in a multigenerational household
- Health care workers
- First responders
- People who live or work in long-term care facilities
- All other workers in health settings who are at risk of COVID-19
SCC Vaccination Clinic
Starting Wednesday, April 7, CHAS Health will begin operating a large-scale COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Spokane Community College (SCC) Walter S. Johnson Sports Center. The site will serve members of the community in each appropriate phase of vaccination.
Community members do not need to be patients of CHAS Health to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at this location, but they do need to be eligible for vaccine under the current guidelines for Washington State. Vaccination appointments will be made available based on vaccine supply. An appointment will be required to receive the vaccine, there are no walk-in appointments available.
Vaccination appointments through CHAS Health will be made available based on vaccine supply for those age 18+. An appointment will be required to receive the vaccine, there are no walk-in appointments available.
Information for your vaccine appointment
Your COVID-19 vaccine appointment will be at a CHAS Health pop-up clinic on the Spokane Community College (SCC) campus, Walter S. Johnson Sports Center (Building 5). This vaccination clinic is by appointment only, there are no walk-ups and scheduled appointments will be confirmed.
Taking The Bus
Patients should park in the lot north of the Walter S. Johnson Sports Center (Building 5). There is no cost for patients to park for their vaccine appointment, SCC will not be ticketing for parking.
- There will be directional signs to help guide patients to the correct parking area.
How To Check In
You will receive both email and text confirmations of your appointment. It is important that you follow the instructions provided to check-in and complete your electronic paperwork before arriving onsite. This will reduce wait time and provide a safe check-in experience.
There will be a queue in front of the Walter S. Johnson Sports Center (Building 5) entrance to check-in and enter the building.
COVID-19 Vaccine Waitlist
If you would like to get the COVID-19 Vaccine but are not yet in an eligible phase in Washington, CHAS Health can contact you when you are eligible to receive your first dose. Click below to sign up for our COVID-19 vaccine waitlist.
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