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We provide outreach to rural communities that do not have access to vaccines. Local medical providers and retail pharmacies offer immunizations to children and adults.

It's time to make sure your kids' immunizations are up-to-date before heading back to school this fall.  Make an appointment with your provider soon!

A complete list of immunization requirements is available at:

For school year 2016-17, there are changes to the chickenpox vaccine requirement. Kids in kindergarten through grade 12 must get two doses of the vaccine or have a health care provider document that they have already had chickenpox.

Flu shots

Frequently Asked Questions about the Nasal Spray Vaccine (LAIC) for the 2016-2017 Flu Season

Preguntas y respuestas acerca de la vacuna antigripal en aerosol nasal durante la temporada de la gripe 2016-2017

Fall Flu Update

Where to go for Flu shots

2016 Flu Vaccine Locations

Help Knock out Flu in Washington State

The Washington State Department of Health recently launched a statewide flu prevention media campaign entitled “Knock Out Flu”. The goal of the campaign is to increase flu vaccination rates among WA residents.

You can participate in the Knock Out Flu campaign by sharing materials with your colleagues, contacts, and partners. We hope you’ll join us in creating original content with the hashtag #KnockOutFlu on social media and join the fun with your own creative photos that include boxing gloves to help spread the message!

This campaign includes the following materials and resources:

Immunization Records

Sign up for MyIR to View, Download, and Print Your Family's Immunization Information

MyIR allows you to manage your family's immunization records securely online. Once you register, you can access the records any time you need them. You can also print your child’s Certificate of Immunization Status (PDF) for school and child care entry. You can do all of this without an extra trip to your healthcare provider or school. Fill out an Authorization to Release Immunization Records (PDF) or an Autorización para entregar documentos de vacunaciones (PDF).

Mail, fax, or e-mail the form to:
Washington State Immunization Information System
PO Box 47843 Olympia, WA 98504-7843
Fax: 360-236-3590

Once DOH receives your signed form, they will register you in MyIR and send you a temporary PIN and instructions on what to do next. When you’re done, you’ll have immediate access to your family's immunization records to view, download, or print as often as you need. If you have any questions, please contact the Washington State Immunization Information System at 360-236-3595 or 1-866-397-0337 or by e-mail at

Immunization Scorecards for WA

The Scorecard provides a quick glance at Washington’s immunization coverage. It is intended to inform health care providers, policy makers, partners and the public about our progress toward our immunization goals. The Scorecard features rates for key childhood, adolescent, and adult immunizations. Data come from school coverage reports, the National Immunization Survey, and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.


For the latest recommended schedules please visit the CDC web site at

Where to go for childhood immunizations

pdf document - English

pdf - Spanish

Information for VFC Providers

Vaccines for Children Provider manual

Immunization Newsletters. If you would like to receive the immunization newsletter, please contact Cari Hammond at

Provider/VFC FAQ about Nasal Spray Vaccine (LAIV) for 2016-2017 Flu Season

2017 Washington State Immunization Summit

Register Today For the 2017 Washington Immunization Summit! Please join WithinReach for the first-ever Washington State Immunization Summit on April 26, 2017 at The Conference Center at Sea-Tac Airport. This one-day event, with the aim of becoming an annual opportunity for immunization professionals in Washington, will have an evolving focus. In 2017 the Summit will focus on

  • Vaccine hesitancy
  • Reaching underserved populations
  • The use of data and systems to improve immunization rates
The cost to register for this all-day event is just $100 (including free parking and complimentary lunch!) at the early bird rate. Continuing education for this activity is pending. Please see the final announcement for details. We will have printed certificates of completion. Register today at:

Information for schools

For the most recent vaccine requirements and reporting guidelines, please visit the WA DOH website at

Click here to access the disease outbreak management forms and OSPI Infections Disease Control Guide for School Staff.

travel immunizations

For the latest travel guidance please visit the CDC website at


  • Wenatchee Safeway
  • Chelan Safeway (does not offer yellow fever)
  • RediMedi Clinic (does not offer yellow fever)
  • Fred Meyer (does not offer yellow fever)
  • Walgreen’s
  • WVMC (Dr. Barber)
  • Anova Works 

reliable sources of immunization information