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Public vaccine clinics

Upcoming appointments for public clinics are listed below. Most appointments posted here are first-dose or single-dose appointments, though some clinics include the option to schedule an appointment for a second dose, even if they received their first dose elsewhere. 

Patients who book first-dose appointments for two-dose vaccines are committing to a second-dose appointment exactly 21 days later (Pfizer) or 28 days later (Moderna) from the date of their first dose, at the same time as their first appointment. Patients must make sure they are free for the second dose appointment before booking their first dose. DO NOT schedule another first dose and use it as your second dose. First doses are intended only for people who have not yet been vaccinated. Those who need to cancel or reschedule their second appointment are not guaranteed a second dose. Patients should make their second dose appointment a top priority.

Parents and guardians: Unaccompanied minors ages 16 and 17 can get vaccinated at public clinics with the proper paperwork.
Please note: Ages 12 to 17 can only take the Pfizer vaccine as it is the only vaccine approved for use in that age group. 

Homebound residents: The Missoula City-County Health Department now offers an option for our homebound residents to receive the COVID-19 vaccine from the comfort of their own home. If you are interested in future homebound visits, please submit your request online or call 406-258-4636 OPTION 3 to be put on our Homebound Vaccination List.

Booster doses for immune-compromised residents

The Missoula City-County Health Department is now providing third dose shots to immune-compromised patients. Third doses are needed in immune-compromised patients to give them the full protection the vaccine provides, as they likely did not get the full protection from two shots alone. Immune-compromised patients include, but are not limited to, those with certain types of cancer, those taking immunosuppressant drugs and those who have experienced an organ transplant.

Third dose shots are only for patients who previously received Moderna or Pfizer. The FDA has not authorized booster shots for Johnson & Johnson patients at this time.

While the White House is laying out a plan for third dose booster shots for all Americans, the FDA has not officially given emergency use authorization to third-dose boosters for the general public.

MCCHD has no further information on boosters for the general public at this time, but we will keep the public informed of developments as we receive them. Please note the third dose shots for immunocompromised individuals are not considered their eight-month booster. This special group may need a fourth shot when the FDA authorizes eight-month booster shots.

Follow the links below to view upcoming clinics:

  • Missoula City-County Health Department

    Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine appointments and walk-ups available every day. Click link for hours and mobile clinic options. 

  • UM Curry Health Center
    First and second dose Pfizer (12+) and Moderna (18+) vaccines, plus one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccines (18+), are available for Missoula County residents ages 12 and older from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Booster doses of Pfizer and Moderna for immunocompromised individuals only are also available during those hours. No appointment necessary. 

In accordance with the ADA, Missoula County will provide reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities. To request an accommodation, please call 406-258-INFO (4636).

More vaccine information

Other vaccine providers

In addition to public clinics, pharmacies and healthcare providers in Missoula County are administering the COVID-19 vaccine.