How to Get Your Shot

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Ash Way Drive-Thru Vaccination and Testing Site

This site offers vaccination only on Wednesdays through Fridays, including 1st/2nd doses, boosters and 3rd shots for those who qualify. The the Snohomish Health District is not offering vaccines for those under 12 at this location. Please speak to your child's healthcare provider or check with a local pharmacy about scheduling an appointment for vaccination.
 
Testing is offered on Saturdays and Sundays. Registration is required. For testing information, please click here.

Everett Mall Vaccination Site

This location offers COVID vaccine to ages 5 and older (parent/guardian must accompany anyone under 18) on Tuesdays through Sundays. Learn more and book an appointment by clicking the link on "Everett Mall Vaccination Site" above.

VACCINE LOCATOR - WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

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TEXT YOUR ZIP CODE TO GETVAX (438829) TO RECEIVE ADDRESSES OF NEARBY AVAILABLE VACCINATION SITES.

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REQUESTING A COMMUNITY-BASED CLINIC

For organizations interested in hosting a community-based or mobile clinic, requests to the Washington State Department of Health Care-A-Van mobile vaccination program can be submitted online.

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GET YOUR VACCINATION RECORD

Lost your CDC COVID vaccination card? Get your record by registering at https://myirmobile.com/.

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ADOLESCENTS AND VACCINATION

CHILDREN AGES 5-11

Given concerns for patient safety, the community clinics operated by the Snohomish Health District will not be offering vaccines for those under 12 at this time. Please speak to your child's healthcare provider or check with a local pharmacy about scheduling an appointment for vaccination.  We will update this site when further information is available.

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CHILDREN AGES 12-17

People who are 12 and older may be vaccinated with parent or guardian consent for the Pfizer vaccine. An adult parent or legal guardian should plan to accompany anyone under 18 to the vaccination appointment or verify consent requirements in advance with the vaccine provider. 

SECOND DOSES

According to CDC guidelines, individuals should receive two doses of the Moderna vaccine with a target timeline of 28 days apart. The Pfizer "Comirnaty" vaccine should be two doses with a target timeline of 21 days apart.  

The second dose should be administered as close to the recommended interval as possible. However, if it is not feasible to adhere to the recommended interval, the second dose of Pfizer "Comirnaty" and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines may be scheduled later. There is no maximum interval for the doses. If the second dose is administered beyond these target dates, there is no need to get the first dose again. 

You'll receive a vaccination card at the appointment for your first dose. Save the card and take a photo on your phone in case you lose it. This has information on the brand you received for your first dose, and you may be required to show that record when you get your second dose. 

BOOSTERS

The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) and the Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup have endorsed the recommendation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) authorization for a booster shot of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines for everyone ages 12 and up.

For individuals who received a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, they are eligible for a booster shot at five months or more after their initial series. Moderna is six months or more after the initial series.

For people who got the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine, booster shots are also recommended for those who are 18 and older and who were vaccinated two or more months ago. 

Pfizer and J&J’s boosters are both full doses, while Moderna’s booster is a half dose. Eligible individuals may choose which vaccine they receive as a booster dose. According to the FDA and CDC, studies found “mixing and matching” boosters is safe and effective. This means your booster shot does not have to be the same COVID-19 vaccine type your primary vaccination was. For example, someone who received the J&J vaccine can receive a booster dose of J&J, Pfizer, or Moderna. Likewise, someone who received two doses of an mRNA vaccine (Moderna or Pfizer) can receive a Moderna, Pfizer, or J&J booster

If you are eligible for a booster, please contact your healthcare provider or local pharmacy. For help finding a COVID vaccine near you: 

Free Rides for Vaccinations

Community Transit is offering free, roundtrip bus rides to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Customers do not need to provide any documents; they can simply tell the bus driver they are traveling to get the vaccine or are returning from receiving it.

People can use the free ride to go to a doctor’s office, pharmacy or wherever they plan to get vaccinated.

To plan a trip to any location, go to www.communitytransit.org or call (425) 353-RIDE (7433) or TTY Relay 711.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Volunteers with a medical background can learn more and sign up to help via the Snohomish County Medical Reserve Corps at www.snohd.org\MRC.