COVID Vaccine Info
You are eligible for a second booster if: you received your first booster at least four months ago, and you are
- Age 50 or older.
- Age 12 or older who is significantly immunocompromised (discuss with your health care provider if unsure).
- Anyone who received a primary and booster dose of the J&J vaccine at least four months previous.
|There are no clinics open for registration at this time. Please check back later.|
|Please note: The scheduling platform with read San Juan Site at the top of the page, but when you complete the registration process the actual clinic location will be listed in the clinic details. |
|There are no clinics open for registration on non-ferry-serving islands at this time. Please check back later.|
For other vaccine locations in the area, see: www.vaccinefinder.org
|HOW TO GET YOUR VACCINATION RECORD ONLINE: If you have lost your vaccination card or if you would like to have a digital copy, you can get a copy of your vaccination record through WADOH using their MyIR system. Click here for more information. If you have difficulty accessing MyIR please call WADOH at 833-VAX-HELP (833-829-4357). Or if you would like a digital record of your COVID -19 vaccines you can check out WAverify HERE.|
|REGARDING MODERNA BOOSTERS (18+) AND PFIZER BOOSTERS (12+): It must be at least five months since your series completing dose. Please bring a copy of your vaccination record to your appointment to verify eligibility.|
|REGARDING JOHNSON & JOHNSON (JANSSEN) BOOSTERS (18+): It must be at least two months since your dose. Please bring a copy of your/your child's vaccination record to their appointment to verify eligibility.|
VIDEO Q&A ON VACCINE FOR CHILDREN 12 AND OVER & WITH LOCAL PUBLIC HEALTH TEAM
Useful links and resources:
Access your Family's Immunization Information online through the Washington State Department of Health (My Immunization Records) system.
CDC Vaccine Information Page
WA DOH Vaccine Information Page