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Director: Jennifer Johnson

 

Online scheduling for vaccine appointments is now closed. Additional appointments may be added this week if appointments become available. Please check the website for next week's availability on Saturday, February 27th at 9:00 a.m.


COVID-19 | Skagit County Public Health Vaccination Site and Vaccine Information

Got Questions? Public Health COVID-19 vaccine hotline: 360-416-1500 
Monday- Saturday: 8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m.  
English and Spanish language call takers available    
 Skagit County Public Health is currently providing COVID-19 vaccine to those eligible, dependent on adequate supply at the Skagit County Fairgrounds. Vaccine availability will depend on adequate supply provided by the federal and state government. Vaccine roll-out will take time. We appreciate your patience.

VACCINE DOSES GIVEN

Total number of COVID-19 vaccination doses administered in Skagit County by a registered vaccine provider:

25,509

Last updated: 2/20/21 at 11:59 p.m.
(Updates every Friday)
Data provided via WA DOH
 
Vaccine is available by appointment ONLY. No walk-ups will be permitted.               

Find out your eligibility here: www.findyourphasewa.org

COVID-19 Vaccine Updates from Skagit County

Vaccine is available by appointment ONLY. No walk-ups will be permitted. If Public Health does not currently have availability, please check here for other vaccine locations near you.

Appointments with Public Health can now be made ONLINE for those eligible.

Please see the Appointment Tab below for directions

Appointments are currently limited to those who qualify under Phase 1a and Phase 1b-Tier 1. This includes the following:

  • High risk workers in health care settings
  • High risk first responders
  • Residents and staff of nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and other community-based, congregate living settings where most individuals over 65 years of age are receiving care, supervision, or assistance.
  • All other workers in health care settings
  • All people 65 years and older
  • People 50 years and older who live in multi-generational households, including:
    • People who are (a) over the age of 50 AND (b) are not able to live independently who either: a) are receiving long-term care from a paid or unpaid caregiver; or b) are living with someone who works outside the home; OR
    • People who are over the age of 50 AND are living with and caring for a grandchild

Priority phases are decided by the State.
For more information about how these priority phases were decided.

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