LOOKING FOR VACCINE? Last-minute appointments in South Seattle tomorrow

If you are vaccine-eligible, looking for availability, and available to travel off-peninsula, we’ve been asked to share this announcement for tomorrow:

Pliable LLC, a nurse practitioner-owned practice, will be hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic tomorrow, 4/10/21, at Asian Counseling and Referral Service (3639 Martin Luther King Jr Way S.). We are partnering with Neighborhood House and ACRS to serve eligible community members. This is for the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson one-dose vaccine. We look forward to serving you!

You can register by going here. Pliable tells us that these appointments are only being released publicly at the last minute after ample community recruiting that still has left numerous openings.

7 Replies to "LOOKING FOR VACCINE? Last-minute appointments in South Seattle tomorrow"

  • 1994 April 9, 2021 (5:46 pm)

    Thanks for posting! I was able to register & got appointments for my household. Much easier to get to than Lumen field.

  • Amanda April 9, 2021 (5:59 pm)

    This worked for me – just made 2 appointments for my husband and I. Super easy. 

  • richwseattle April 9, 2021 (6:14 pm)

    Sometimes your local pharmacy has leftovers (from no-shows and cancellations, I guess) that will have to be discarded. If you pop in and ask you might get lucky. At the Rite Aid on California the magic hours seem to be 11:00a and 8:00p (which I learned after the first time I popped in, 30 minutes before the pharmacy closed).It took me multiple tries but that’s how I got mine. You don’t have to be in the current eligibility group, either. They’d rather it go into an arm than the trash.

  • BracePointerSister April 9, 2021 (6:56 pm)

    Thank you for posting this, I’m in!

  • Al April 10, 2021 (9:40 am)

    Be prepared for a mild reaction and maybe don’t make plans for the next day.  My partner and I got ours on Thursday and experienced chills, fever, body aches, and headache starting about 9-12 hrs after getting the shot.  At least that means it is probably working!  Feeling fine today and I’m glad I got it, but I’m just glad I didn’t have to go to work the day after getting it.

    • WSB April 10, 2021 (9:42 am)

      Thanks for the report … but don’t let that deter anyone, since YMMV. Three first-shot recipients in our household, 1 Pfizer and 2 Moderna, and the only thing that happened to anyone was a sore upper arm for two days. One remarked that their post-flu shot soreness was worse than this. Anecdotally the potential reaction after the second shot supposedly has a higher percentage of after-effects …

      • Al April 10, 2021 (11:08 am)

        Certainly there is a lot of variation in people’s experiences! I don’t mean to deter anyone by sharing this experience, just wanted to share as I was a little surprised by the reaction myself!  It was with the Johnson and Johnson. Certainly a one day vaccine reaction is better than getting/spreading the coronavirus!

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