Need a COVID-19 vaccine? Visit a vaccine clinic at a library. Find out how to use this service.
How it Works
Who can get the vaccine?
People ages 12 and older can get the vaccine. The vaccine is available regardless of insurance, citizenship, or immigration status.
How much does it cost?
There's no cost for you. Vaccines are free.
Do I need to make an appointment?
No, you don't need to register or make an appointment. Drop-ins are welcome.
Which vaccines are available?
Single-dose and two-dose vaccines are available. At least two vaccine options are available at each clinic, likely a single-dose and a two-dose.
Each clinic is offering Pfizer. Some clinics are also offering Johnson & Johnson and Moderna. Availability of Johnson & Johnson and Moderna will vary by provider. Some clinics are offering all three vaccine options.
Can people who are immunocompromised get a third dose at the clinics?
Clinics are following updated guidance from the Washington Department of Health and the CDC to offer third doses to people who are immunocompromised. Clinic staff may not be able to verify individual eligibility. Contact your medical provider to discuss your options.
Who is providing the vaccine?
Public Health-Seattle & King County and their affiliates will be administering the vaccines.
Are interpreters available?
Yes, on-site interpreter services are available.
Will I be able to ask questions about the vaccine?
Not sure if you’re ready to get vaccinated? Medical staff will be available to answer your questions.
Where do I go when I arrive at the library?
Clinics are set up in the library parking lot. There will be a few tents, tables, and chairs set up.
Hours and Locations