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Ways to get vaccinated

PLEASE NOTE: Effective October 18, vaccinations are required for city, county, and state government workers, as well as educators, school staff, and most child care workers. Here are ways to get vaccinated:

  1. Consult with your primary care provider
    If you have one, as they are likely offering the vaccine.
  2. Washington State Department of Health vaccine locator
    Find COVID-19 vaccine appointments near you.
  3. In-home vaccination
    Public Health - Seattle & King County is offering in-home vaccinations to those who are unable to leave their homes. To schedule an appointment, call the King County COVID-19 Call Center at (206) 477-3977 between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., any day. Language interpretation is available.

Get vaccinated to protect yourself and our community

Seattle is one of the most vaccinated major American cities, with 79 percent of our residents 12 and older fully vaccinated. In seven months, the City government administered 260,000 vaccinations to 134,000 individuals, and 45 percent of those vaccinated by the City identify as communities of color.

However, COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations are rising due to the extremely dangerous Delta variant, which is significantly more contagious and has led to increased severe cases of the virus, including in younger people and almost entirely in unvaccinated people. 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. to 7:00 p.m.