King County reopening, expanding vaccination sites to provide COVID-19 boosters

KING COUNTY, Wash. — King County is reopening and expanding existing vaccination sites to accommodate booster shots for the COVID-19 vaccine.

The city of Seattle is also opening up three additional sites in October to provide booster shots and regular vaccinations.

Vaccination sites will be available across the county, including sites in Auburn, Kent (two locations), Federal Way, Renton (three locations), Capitol Hill, Montlake, Harborview, Downtown Seattle, Northwest Hospital, Shoreline, Redmond, Bellevue, Eastgate, and Snoqualmie.

There are also community health centers, primary care clinics and pharmacies offering boosters.

All vaccinations are free of charge.

“Our King County vaccination sites are ready with free, safe, effective vaccines for all eligible residents,” said King County Executive Dow Constantine. “From first and second doses, to booster shots for those who qualify, our team from Public Health and community partners across King County are here to help keep you and your family safe from this dangerous virus.”

The FDA has currently only approved a booster for the Pfizer vaccine, but Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are anticipated to be approved for booster doses.

Get more information about the vaccination sites here.