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City of Seattle Vaccine Clinics

The City of Seattle and partners are currently hosting fixed COVID-19 vaccination clinics. Please carefully review the below information before seeking a vaccination at each clinic, as details vary per site.

ID and insurance are not required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at any City of Seattle site or mobile clinic. If you are receiving a second dose or booster, please bring your proof of vaccination with you. Undocumented immigrants can be vaccinated at any Seattle vaccination site. Your medical information is private, and vaccine providers will not share it with federal immigration law enforcement agencies.

How to get there guide to getting to the clinics via transit, walking, biking, rolling, or driving.

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 booster dose, we encourage you to book your appointment at a City of Seattle clinic today via the below link. Registration is required for pediatric vaccines (kids 5-11), no pediatric vaccines will be available by walk-up at this time.

Register today! 

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Virginia Mason Franciscan Health Resource Building (HRB) Vaccination Clinic - Open January 10

  • Location: 909 University St. Seattle, WA 98101
  • Hours of Operation: Sundays from 10 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and Mondays and Tuesdays from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Vaccination Offered: Pfizer and Moderna

West Seattle Vaccination Clinic

  • Location: Neighborhood House, 6400 Sylvan Way SW Seattle, WA 98126
  • Hours of Operation: Fridays from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • Vaccination Offered: Pfizer and Moderna

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

Rainier Beach Vaccination Clinic

  • Location: SouthEast Seattle Senior Center, 4655 S. Holly St. Seattle, WA 98118
  • Hours of Operation: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 p.m. – 7 p.m.
  • Vaccination Offered: Pfizer and Moderna

We encourage you to review this Know Before You Go flyer before your appointment at the Rainier Beach clinic.

Pediatric Vaccines

Pediatric COVID-19 vaccines for children 5-11 from Pfizer have now been approved as safe and effective by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) authorized for Emergency Use. Vaccinating children is important for their safety, as well as that of their families, teachers, and classmates. How to get an appointment: 

  • Appointments are required at City vaccine clinics for kids 5-11   
  • Seattle Public Schools has school-day and regional clinics for kids 5-11 (see schedule)
  • Many community partners may have appointments for kids 5-11 (search here, filter by vaccine type)

New appointments are regularly added to City and partner clinics. If none are currently available, please check again at a later date.  

Booster Eligibility

Booster doses for COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna have now been approved as safe and effective by the FDA and CDC. Only the Pfizer booster is currently approved for people under 18, eligibility varies by booster.  Booster doses strengthen protections against infection and serious illness including the Delta variant. 

Current Eligibility criteria (Updated 1/6/22):

  • If you received a Pfizer vaccine: everyone 12+ is eligible for a booster 5 months after their second dose. Children 5-11 who are moderately to severely immunocompromised may receive a booster 5 months after their second dose 
  • If you received a Moderna vaccine: everyone 18+ is eligible for a booster 6 months after their second dose 
  • If you received a J&J vaccine: everyone 18+ is eligible for a booster 2 months after their initial dose 

The CDC allows individuals to mix and match dosing for booster shots, so your booster does not need to be the same as your original vaccine. You can find more information about COVID-19 booster shots from the CDC here