Immunizations are one of the most cost-effective ways to protect yourself from potentially harmful diseases. Vaccine-preventable disease can be very serious, especially in infants and young children. For more information about immunizations, visit the Washington Department of Health 

Walla Walla County Immunization Resources
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The Department of Community Health maintains an updated list of clinics and pharmacies currently offering various required and recommended vaccines in Walla Walla County.
Walla Walla Immunization Resources
Covid-19 Vaccination Locations in Walla Walla County
Lugares de Vacunación Covid-19 en Condado de Walla Walla

Please note, availability and insurance coverage may vary. Most facilities require an appointment and/or establishment as a client to be seen. Always consult your primary care provider before receiving a vaccination. If you need assistance navigating this process, please contact our department at (509) 524-2650.

Immunization Schedules
The 2024 CDC recommended immunization schedules have been released. View easy to read, printable schedules for the following groups in both English and Spanish at the links below. 

Vaccine Schedule for Children 6 Years or Younger English     |     Spanish 
Vaccine Schedule for Children 7 to 18 Years Old English     |     Spanish 
Vaccine Schedule for Adults English     |     Spanish
Vaccines During and After Pregnancy English     |     Spanish 
For additional information, please visit Immunization Schedules | CDC

Accessing Immunization Records

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MyIR Mobile allows you to review your immunization history, get reminders for future immunizations, and print your own records. 

Travel Immunizations

Walla Walla County Department of Community Health does not administer travel vaccinations. Please speak to your primary care provider or schedule an appointment with a vaccine provider such as a pharmacy or clinic. WWCDCH can also assist with referrals to local travel vaccination clinics.
If you plan to travel outside of the United States, you may need vaccines to protect yourself against diseases that are not common in the United States. For information on necessary travel immunizations based on your destination, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Travelers' Health Website

Travel Health Consult

Travel Health | Safeway

Clinic Coordinator

Samantha Dutra
Pharmacy Technician/Clinic Coordinator
Safeway Pharmacy
Portland Division

Additional Resources

Diseases and the Vaccines That Prevent Them | CDC
Travel Health | Costco
Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics
Washington Department of Health
Center for Disease Control and Prevention