Covid-19 Vaccine Information

(Last updated: April 2, 2021)   FIRST DOSE & SECOND VACCINE CLINIC SCHEDULED – See below for details

Welcome to Lake Chelan Health’s COVID-19 vaccine information page.  Here you will find information on community vaccinations, answers to frequently asked question and helpful resources.

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We appreciate your patience and understanding to sometimes daily updates and the limited number of vaccines  available.  We receive our vaccine shipments from the State; however, we do not know when or how many vaccines we get until they arrive.

Lake Chelan Health EMS will schedule vaccine clinics after vaccine arrives.  Check below for vaccine clinics schedule in Chelan.  If you are able to get a vaccine at another vaccine site, we encourage you to do so. Other vaccination location options are listed further down on this page.

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Important Covid-19 Community Vaccination Plan

Lake Chelan Health is prepared to offer the vaccine to at-risk, vulnerable adults who meet specific criteria as determined by Washington States COVID-19 Phases timeline.

Phase 1A – Tier 1 & 2

  • High-risk healthcare workers in health care settings
  • High-risk first responders
  • Long-term care facility residents
  • All other workers at risk in health care settings

Phase 1B – Tier 1, 2 & 3

  • All people 65 years or older
  • All people 50 years or older in multigenerational households (home where individuals from 2 or more generations reside such as an elder and a grandchild)
  • Educators and staff pre-K through 12th grade
  • Licensed childcare providers
  • High-risk critical workers who work in certain congregate settings: Ag., fishing, vessel crews, food processing, grocery stores, corrections, prisons, jails or detention centers, public transit, remaining first responders.
  • People 16 years or older who are pregnant or have a disability that puts them at high risk for sever COVID-19 illness.

Find Your Phase

Where will I get my vaccine once it becomes available?

Once you are eligible to receive the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, Lake Chelan Health’s COVID-19 Vaccination Plan will likely include:

  • Drive-thru vaccination clinics

FIRST & SECOND Dose Vaccine Drive-thru Clinic

Date: Saturday April 17th, 2021
SECOND DOSE: 9:00am-11:00am (No registration required)
FIRST DOSE:  11:00am-2:00pm  (Registration required below)
Location: Chelan Fire Station

FIRST DOSE Appointment Required:

For questions, email or you may call Kaylin Whitlam, Lake Chelan Health EMT, at 509-682-6115.   Due to of high volumes, your emails and calls may not be answered right away.  We appreciate your patience.

Sign up below to receive email notifications for future FIRST DOSE vaccine clinics  provided by Lake Chelan Health. Once you are signed up, your email address will be added to Lake Chelan Health’s Constant Contact email list for vaccine and healthcare news.

Email Sign-Up Here

Other Vaccination Locations:

  1. Department of Health Vaccine Locations  (around the state)
  2. Town Toyota Center Wenatchee, WA 98801 (registration link below)

What to know before getting your vaccine:

  • If you get the first dose, you also need to get second dose.  To avoid wasting a dose, do not miss your second dose appointment.
  • Check your schedule to make sure you are available to get your second dose 28 days after your first dose.  If you will not be available for  the second dose, do not schedule your first dose.
  • Do not come to receive a vaccine if you are sick or in a quarantine period. You will be turned away.
  • Do not come to receive a vaccine if you have had any other immunization in the previous 14 days. You will be turned away.
  • Do wear clothing which allows easy exposure to the upper arm in a public setting for the vaccination.

Complete a registration packet.

After Getting Your Vaccine:

Register for the  v-safe-After Vaccination App  post vaccination notifications tool.

 Learn more about COVID-19 Vaccine:

Centers for Disease Control