VACCINATIONS: Three Sunday clinics ahead in West Seattle

Received tonight from Pliable, the West Seattleite-owned mobile health-care service that’s been providing COVID vaccinations at Neighborhood House in High Point:

We wanted to let the West Seattle community know that Pliable is hosting family-friendly COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics at Neighborhood House High Point (6400 Sylvan Way SW) on the following dates:

Sunday, December 5th | 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Sunday, December 12th | 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Sunday, December 19th | 8:30 am-4:30 pm

J&J, Pfizer, Moderna — including boosters — are available for those that are eligible. Pediatric Pfizer (1st or 2nd doses) for ages 5+ to under 12 are also available.

ALL Walk-ups are welcome! If they would like to register for the clinic, here is the link.

15 Replies to "VACCINATIONS: Three Sunday clinics ahead in West Seattle"

  • Stephanie December 2, 2021 (10:20 pm)

    I have not yet received the booster but is it the norm now that insurance will be billed for the administration of the booster? Is it just Pliable that is billing or are all places billing now?

    • WS reader December 2, 2021 (11:27 pm)

      Every place bills your insurance but no cost to patient. But if you don’t have insurance, it’s ok too. The Fed Government (taxpayers) is paying for it. 

  • Kbota December 2, 2021 (11:15 pm)

    Thank you West Seattle Blog for getting the message out!  

  • Lynda Jao December 3, 2021 (1:00 am)

    Aren’t all adults over 18 eligible for boosters now?

    • SLJ December 3, 2021 (7:49 am)

      Yes. I think they meant that the 12-16 year olds aren’t eligible for boosters yet, even if it’s been 6 months since their second shot.

  • SuzieQ December 3, 2021 (6:51 am)

    One of the city sites has hours posted for Neighborhood House on Friday afternoons and all day Saturdays in addition to Sunday clinics. I was planning to go tomorrow (Saturday). Is the vaccine clinic only open on Sundays now?

    • WSB December 3, 2021 (10:18 am)

      This is NOT a city-run clinic – Pliable is doing it separately, in addition to the official city-spponsored Fridays/Saturdays, and that’s why we published this separate announcement after receiving it from them last night.

      • SuzieQ December 3, 2021 (10:19 am)

        Gotcha! Thank you!

      • zark00 December 7, 2021 (1:11 pm)

        The city run clinic at High Point is not trained to administer pediatric doses. Nobody knows what they’re trained for to be honest – they’re not health care workers.  Seattle has completely failed us yet again – this time making West Seattle more dangerous for children. Good job Herbold and Co. Your legacy continues to rot into oblivion. 

        • WSB December 7, 2021 (1:32 pm)

          This is not a council thing. The clinics report directly up to the mayor’s office, which is why the mayoral spokesperson is the one replying to our inquiries.

          • zark00 December 7, 2021 (5:02 pm)

            Pretty sure Herbold is allowed to talk to the Mayor on behalf of her constituents.  Can you ask the mayoral spokesperson what they heard from district 1 reps and how it impacted their decision?

  • JJ December 3, 2021 (6:57 am)

    Oh good! My family was having a hard time finding booster shot appointment availability locally. This helps.

  • Meagan December 3, 2021 (7:48 am)

    I received my Pfizer booster there last Sunday. You don’t need to worry about insurance. It’s free. I was in and out in 15 min. 

  • ACG December 3, 2021 (8:44 pm)

    Thank you, Pliable, for opening up these additional slots!!  

  • John H December 5, 2021 (12:09 pm)

    Just walked in to the Neighborhood House w/o an appointment and it took me longer to fill out the form than it was to get the booster shot.

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