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As of April 15, all adults are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Washington. There are numerous options for getting vaccinated in Clark County, including local health care providers, clinics, pharmacies and two mass vaccination sites.

Most sites require an appointment. No car? No problem. Many locations are accessible by transit using C-TRAN’s existing services. Below are some of the vaccine options available in Clark County, and how to reach them by bus:

Tower Mall vaccination site: 5403 E. Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver

Sea Mar: Multiple locations

  • Locations include facilities served by Routes 7 (Battle Ground), 19 (Salmon Creek), 37 (Mill Plain/East Vancouver), The Vine (Fourth Plain)
  • Check vaccine availability at www.seamar.org/covid-vaccine.html

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center: 400 N.E. Mother Joseph Place, Vancouver

Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center: 2211 N.E. 139th Street, Vancouver

Kaiser Permanente: Multiple locations

  • Locations include facilities served by Routes 19 (Salmon Creek), 37 (Mill Plain/Cascade Park), 74 (Fourth Plain/Orchards)
  • Check vaccine availability at kp.org/covidvaccine

Vancouver Clinic: Multiple locations

  • Locations include facilities served by Routes 7 (Battle Ground), 19 (Salmon Creek), 37 (Mill Plain), The Vine (Fourth Plain)
  • Check vaccine availability at tvc.org/coronavirus/

Clark County Fairgrounds vaccination site: 17402 N.E. Delfel Road, Ridgefield

This is only a partial list. Vaccines may also be available at local pharmacies and other locations around Clark County, many located on bus routes. You can use two different vaccine finder websites – www.VaccineLocator.doh.wa.gov and www.VaccineFinder.org – to find them.

Once you have your vaccine appointment set, use our trip planner at www.c-tran.com to find the best way there via transit. You can also call one of our fantastic customer service representatives at 360-695-0123 for trip planning assistance.

Looking for more information and resources related to COVID-19? Check with Clark County Public Health at www.clark.wa.gov/public-health.

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