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Get vaccinated today

Seattle is one of the most vaccinated major American cities, with 79 percent of our residents 12 and older fully vaccinated. However, as we head into fall and winter, the City is resuming its vaccination effort to ensure equitable access to three key groups:

  1. Unvaccinated community members, who face the greatest risk of hospitalization and death
  2. Booster-eligible community members who received Pfizer
  3. COMING SOON – Kids ages 5-11

The surest way to protect yourself and your loved ones from the Delta variant is to get vaccinated. If you’re not fully vaccinated, book your appointment today.

Residents who need language interpretation, help finding a vaccination or testing site, or ADA accommodation can call the King County COVID-19 Call Center at (206) 477-3977, 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Current Pfizer Booster Eligibility

Right now, a limited section of the population that received the Pfizer vaccine is eligible for a booster shot. Booster eligibility is determined by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC). Please follow federal guidance and seek a booster if you are eligible. 

The CDC now recommends booster doses of Pfizer vaccine for people who have completed two doses of Pfizer at least six months ago and are:

  • 65+
  • Residents in long-term care facilities
  • 50-64 years old who are at high-risk because of underlying medical conditions

The following people may also receive a booster shot of Pfizer vaccine at least six months after receiving two doses of Pfizer vaccine based on their individual benefits and risks:

  • 18-49 years old who are at high-risk because of underlying medical conditions
  • 18-64 years old in occupational or institutional settings that put them at a higher risk of COVID-19 exposure (health care, schools, child care, homeless shelters, correctional facility)

At this time, people who received Johnson & Johnson or Moderna should not receive a booster. The FDA and CDC continue to review data to determine whether boosters should be made available for a broader section of the public.

City of Seattle Vaccine Hubs

The City of Seattle, Amazon, Safeway, Swedish, and Virginia Mason have partnered to host three fixed COVID-19 vaccination hubs in downtown Seattle, South Seattle, and West Seattle. Please carefully review the below information before seeking a vaccination at each hub, as details vary per site.

ID and insurance are not required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at any City of Seattle hub or mobile clinic. If you are receiving a second dose or a Pfizer booster, please bring your proof of vaccination with you.

Free rides to and from your vaccination are offered by Lyft and Hopelink Mobility at (425) 943-6706.

Free child care is available for vaccination appointments and recuperation from KinderCare at (866) 337-3105, the Learning Care Group at (833) 459-3557, and the YMCA. (Contact your local YMCA to learn more.)

Vaccination registration

If you are looking for a first, second, or are eligible for a Pfizer booster dose, we encourage you to book your appointment at a City of Seattle hub today via the below link. Registration is not required but is recommended to ensure your experience is as smooth and quick as possible.

Register today!

 

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Downtown Seattle Vaccination Hub - Opening October 23!  

  • Location: Amazon Meeting Center, 2031 7th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 
  • Hours of Operation: Saturdays and Sundays, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 
  • Vaccination Offered: Pfizer  

We encourage you to review this Know Before You Go flyer before your appointment at the Downtown Seattle Hub.

 

South Seattle Vaccination Hub - Coming Soon!

 

West Seattle Vaccination Hub - Coming Soon!

Person getting vaccinated in their car at a hub by a member of Seattle Fire Department