AT THE LIBRARY: Southwest Branch hosts three COVID vaccination clinics in the next week

If you’re looking for a COVID vaccination/booster, the Southwest Library (9010 35th SW) is partnering with Othello Station for three free clinics in the next week. All are 2 pm-5:30 pm; the dates are Tuesday, July 18th; Saturday, July 22nd; and Tuesday, July 25th. No health insurance or appointment required. If you have questions, you can call the branch at 206-684-7455 or go to the Public Health – Seattle & King County website.

5 Replies to "AT THE LIBRARY: Southwest Branch hosts three COVID vaccination clinics in the next week"

  • Southwest Librarian July 17, 2023 (3:16 pm)

    Thank you so much for your coverage, WSB! The clinics are now listed on SPL’s public event calendar.  We’re grateful to be working with Seattle/King County Public Health and Othello Station Pharmacy to bring free, accessible COVID vaccines to southwest Seattle!Tuesday, 7/18, 7/22, 7/25

  • anonyme July 17, 2023 (3:54 pm)

    No information on the website about which boosters will be offered.  Looking for bivalent #2.

    • Kt July 17, 2023 (4:11 pm)

      The link to the county website says:  If you have additional questions or need assistance making a vaccine appointment, call the Washington State COVID-19 Information Hotline at 1-800-525-0127

    • Southwest Librarian July 17, 2023 (5:14 pm)

      This is a great question! I’ve contacted Othello Station Pharmacy, and they’ve confirmed that both Moderna and Pfizer bivalent vaccines #1 and #2 will be offered at the Southwest Library.   Eligibility to receive your second bivalent vaccine is:1. At least 4 months since your #1 bivalent has passed2. You are at least 65 years old OR are immunocompromised according to CDC guidelinesIf you have questions about your eligibility for a second bivalent vaccine, please speak with your doctor or swing by the clinic at the Southwest Branch.  The friendly Othello Station Pharmacy folks will be there to answer your questions!

  • CarDriver July 17, 2023 (4:22 pm)

    Drug companies have been tasked by CDC to have a shot available by late fall that includes whatever variant is currently out there.  I’m fully vaxed but intend on waiting for this shot, which will be a full shot not a bivalent booster.

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