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Appointments full at both Providence vaccine clinics in Spokane

More appointments are expected to be available soon.

SPOKANE, Wash. — Providence Medical Group announced two upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Spokane for those currently eligible under Washington's guidelines, including teachers and other school workers.

All available appointments are currently full.

The vaccine clinics on March 5 and 8 will be held at the Spokane Teaching Health Center on 624 East Front Avenue, according to Providence Spokeswoman Ariana Lake. 

Those eligible in Phases 1A and 1B Tier 1 can get vaccinated at the clinic by appointment only, according to Lake. This includes teachers, school workers, childcare employees, those 65 and older and those 50 and older in multi-generational households, Lake said.

People must bring an eligibility print form from the Washington PhaseFinder Tool, Lake said. Appointments can be made on the Providence website.

Lake said Providence will announce when all appointments have been booked on its social media accounts.