NEED A BOOSTER? Pliable clinic in West Seattle this Sunday

Local health-care providers Pliable have just sent word of a booster-only COVID vaccination event in West Seattle this Sunday morning, “with room to extend depending on demand”:

Neighborhood House High Point (6400 Sylvan Way SW) 8 am-12 pm

Those eligible include:
ages 50+ Moderna/Pfizer who are at least 4 months from prior booster dose
ages 18+ Moderna/Pfizer who received J&J as initial dose/booster at least 4 months ago
ages 12+ Pfizer who are immunocompromised and received prior booster at least 4 months ago

Register at (registration strongly encouraged due to supply, walk-ups welcome while supply allows)

Here’s the update today from the CDC and FDA regarding second boosters for some people.

9 Replies to "NEED A BOOSTER? Pliable clinic in West Seattle this Sunday"

  • RPH March 29, 2022 (4:46 pm)

    The provided registration link goes to a non-responsive  “Find a clinic” page.

    • WSB March 29, 2022 (5:17 pm)

      Here’s what the link did for me:
      -Goes to the Pliable page with a REGISTER link for Sunday’s clinic.
      -Clicking that takes you to what looks like the state “find a clinic” page but if you scroll down a bit, it points to the Sunday clinic, and another button you can click to register for an appointment. I’d link directly to that page but not sure it would work given the “search results” setup. – TR

  • Pliable March 29, 2022 (5:37 pm)

    That is correct! From , you will be directed to the forward-facing page on the state registration site (PrepMod) that allows you to see more clinic information.Don’t forget to scroll down :)Here is a direct link to sign up, if that helps!  Pliable West Seattle Booster Clinic on 4.3.22

  • Melinda March 30, 2022 (8:05 am)

    I have tried multiple times to load the photos of insurance and vaccine record and have been bumped off each time. Grrrr. My husband got on easily. May I just show up with him for my second booster?

    • Pliable March 30, 2022 (6:02 pm)

      Don’t worry about the photo uploads, this is a state run platform and unfortunately we can’t change the requirements. You should be able to skip the image uploads, if you’re unable to do so just come on in and we’ll make sure you’re boosted and on your way :)

  • RPH March 30, 2022 (8:51 am)

    Thanks. I got registered but I was surprised by the extensive application asking for far more information than was required in previous “free” vaccinations – photo copies of insurance card and COVID vax card,  stating my insurance would be billed by Pliable for administering the shot, but not disclosing the amount of that billing.  Are uninsured people billed as well?  How much?  Are walk ups required to provide as much information?  I certainly would not have carried so much information with me had I not registered from home. Also, the lack of comments here makes me wonder how many people are “on board” with getting a second booster.

    • Pliable March 30, 2022 (5:55 pm)

      Sorry to hear about the frustrations, RPH! PrepMod is a state run platform and made a number of ‘upgrades’ that we unfortunately have no say in and can’t opt out of. It is commonplace for medical providers to bill administrative fees; we at Pliable will NEVER offset that fee onto those community members we serve. We do not bill patients. To answer your question about those ‘billed’, the same amount is sent to private payers as ‘uninsured’ which was sent to a federal provider relief fund. This fund is now exhausted and we are continuing our work, knowing we will not be compensated for all services rendered. We persist because it’s our belief that health is a human right and we are situated to serve our community. As a small women owned business, self funded, we do bill insurers for these Medicaid/Medicare set fees. This is the same amount hospital systems are  billing. Further, most other vaccine providers over the past year have relied on state/federal/FEMA funds- Pliable has not and we’ve also paid our vaccinators while big hospital systems have accepted ‘volunteers’ whom they are reimbursed for. All this to say, I empathize with your frustrations in the registration process. We have sent along your privacy concerns to those who manage the platform. In good health, pliable

  • Keith April 1, 2022 (7:25 am)

    My first two shots and my booster were Phizer. I’d like to get Moderna for this second booster. Will that be available in this clinic on Sunday?

    • Pliable April 1, 2022 (11:57 am)

      Hi Keith! Yes, you may mix and match if you wish. 

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