A drive-thru Covid-19 Vaccination clinic will be held this Saturday in Richland.

All eligible veterans are invited to get their Covid-19 vaccinations at the clinic this Saturday from 9 am till 3pm.

Credit: Walla Walla VA Medical Center Facebook Page.

The Walla Walla VA is hosting the clinic at the Richland Federal Building parking lot from 9 am till 3 pm. The address is 825 Jadwin Avenue.

All eligible veterans age 65 and older will be vaccinated until supplies run out.

Veterans MUST have an appointment. Call 509-525-5200 to schedule an appointment TODAY. (Dial "2" or ask for the call center.)

Veterans must also have their documents before arriving at the site. You can locate the necessary paperwork here.

All participants on-site will be required to wear a mask for safety guidelines.

Walla Walla VA officials hope that there will be many more vaccination clinics to come in the future.

Eligible veterans age 65 and older are encouraged to show up with an appointment and the necessary completed paperwork. The drive-thru clinic will be held this Saturday, March 6th, in Richland from 9 am till 3 pm. The vaccination clinic will be held in the parking lot of the Richland Federal Building, 825 Jadwin Avenue.

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