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How to get vaccinated in Snohomish County

Availability of doses is always changing, so keep checking back.

Best bets:

The Snohomish County Vaccine Taskforce offers 6 vaccination sites:

Boeing Activity Center in Everett

Edmonds College in Lynnwood

Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe

Arlington Municipal Airport

Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett

Boom City (Marysville/Tulalip)

Main website: Snohomish County COVID-19 & Vaccination

Sites are open only by appointment and when vaccines are available. Check back often!

 

Other possibilities:

You can also check these clinics and pharmacies:

(Information is frequently updated, availability of doses is wildly unpredictable, and websites can get overwhelmed — refresh your browser often)

Costco

Pain Care Physicians – Everett

The Everett Clinic

Western Washington Medical Group – Snohomish

QFC & Fred Meyer

Sea Mar – Everett, Marysville and Monroe

Mill Creek Family Practice

North Sound Pediatrics – Mill Creek

Rite Aid

Kaiser Permanente – Smokey Point & Northshore: Members (Non members: 1-800-352-3610)

Healthpoint – Bothell

Walgreens

Safeway/Albertsons

Polyclinic patients: 206-320-6696

Other sources of vaccine locations:

https://www.covidwa.com/

https://vaccinefinder.org/search/

Elsewhere in the region:

Getting vaccinated in King County

Getting vaccinated in Island County

Elsewhere in Washington state: vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov

For more help: 425-339-5278

Latest updates on COVID-19: www.heraldnet.com/news/virusupdate

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