Important COVID-19 vaccine information
Check your eligibility and find vaccination sites.
September 24, 2021
Scheduling vaccine appointments
When you're eligible, you don't need to call your primary care doctor to get the vaccine. We offer the Pfizer vaccine which requires two shots for you to be fully protected. Pfizer shots are given three weeks (21 days) apart to those age 12 and older.
First or second COVID-19 vaccine
By making an online appointment, you are attesting that you agree to these scheduling guidelines:
- We are only scheduling patients age 18 and older on our online portal. If you would like to schedule a vaccine appointment for a patient ages 12 to 17, please call 1-206-320-6696, TTY 711.
- You may not get a COVID-19 vaccine if you have received intravenous (IV) medication treatment, such as monoclonal antibodies or convalescent serum for COVID-19 in the past 90 days.
Pfizer booster vaccine
By making a Pfizer booster vaccine appointment, you attest that:
- You qualify for a Pfizer booster per CDC guidelines.
- You will bring your vaccine card to the appointment to verify receipt of Pfizer first and second doses.
- You understand an administration fee will be billed to your insurance.
Third COVID-19 vaccine
The FDA has approved a third mRNA COVID-19 vaccine for eligible patients who have already received both doses (shots) of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. This approval has not been given for the Johnson and Johnson vaccine yet.
You should talk to your doctor before getting a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine. By making a third vaccine appointment, you attest that:
- You meet current WA DOH eligibility criteria to get a third COVID-19 vaccine.
- You have already had your first two doses of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine.
- Your second COVID-19 vaccine dose was more than 28 days ago.
If you are eligible to get a third vaccine, please call 1-206-320-6696, TTY 711.
Other vaccine resources
You can find a statewide list and map of COVID-19 vaccine sites on the Washington State Department of Health website.
If you don't have a computer to schedule an appointment online, call the Washington State Department of Health: