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Make A Plan to Get You and Your Family Vaccinated Today

The City of Seattle strongly encourages all eligible residents and visitors to be vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19. Vaccines have been proven to limit the spread of infections and reduce hospitalizations and deaths when breakthrough infections do occur. Vaccines, boosters, and pediatric vaccines have all been authorized as safe and effective by the Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.

  • Vaccines are free, available, and recommended for everyone 5+
  • Booster doses are free, available, and recommended for everyone 12+, talk to your health care provider about eligibility based on timing and brand
  • Vaccines are available regardless of immigration status and will not limit ability to become a U.S. citizen
  • Vaccines DO NOT contain: pork products, egg, latex, blood products, COVID-19 virus cells, mercury, or microchips

The last City of Seattle vaccine clinic closed on March 3, 2022 as we pivoted to a partnership-led strategy to better reach unvaccinated communities.

Find appointments at healthcare partner sites in Seattle and throughout Washington including pharmacies, clinics, and medical providers.

State Vaccine Finder

Call your doctor's office or health care provider to see if they have available vaccination appointments. If you do not have health insurance, you may be eligible for Apple Health, the Washington State Medicaid program.

Apply for Apple Health

Check the list of upcoming Public Health - Seattle & King County COVID-19 vaccine events for upcoming pop-up clinics.

Find Pop-up Clinics

Seattle Public Schools has school-day and regional clinics for kids 5-11.

Find School-based Clinics