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COVID-19 vaccination

Information about current vaccine options, in-home vaccination, recommendations for immunocompromised people, and the cost of vaccine.

How to get COVID-19 vaccination

Visit to find vaccination locations.

In-home vaccination is available for people 6 months of age and older who are eligible for a vaccine AND have an injury, developmental disability, medical condition, or mental health condition that makes it difficult to leave the home.

To request an appointment: Call 206-848-0243, weekdays, from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. Say your preferred language when connected. You will be asked a few questions to confirm you are eligible for in-home vaccination. When scheduling, please note how many people in your home would like to get vaccinated.

View our In-home COVID-19 vaccination and boosters FAQ flyer in our COVID-19 materials for the community.

COVID-19 vaccine options

  • Everyone age 6 months and older is currently eligible for COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots. You can get vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna, and Novavax.
  • Note: Vaccination providers may not have every brand available.

Vaccines for immunocompromised people

CDC recommends that anyone ages 6 months and older who have moderately or severely weakened immune systems (immunocompromised) get a third dose of vaccine. The third shot is part of their initial vaccine series, not a booster.

Immune compromised children and adults should also get booster doses when eligible.

Cost of vaccine

Most insurance will cover the entire cost of COVID-19 vaccine, including Medicare and Medicaid/CHIP (“Apple Health”). Anyone with insurance is required to provide your insurance information to the vaccine provider. (This is a change since the public health emergency declaration ended.) Please bring your insurance information to your appointment. Some health insurance plans may charge a co-pay for vaccinations received out of network. Please contact your insurance company for more information.

No cost "Bridge Access" program

Uninsured and underinsured adults can get COVID-19 vaccine at no cost from the “Bridge Access” program. (NOTE: this program ends in August 2024).

Check for locations.

More information about low or no cost vaccination for children and adults:

Additional resources

Flyers, videos, and resources

Visit our COVID-19 materials for the community to find flyers, videos, and resources about COVID-19 in several languages.

Frequently asked questions

Find information about COVID-19 vaccine in over 40 languages from the Washington State Department of Health. They also have FAQs for parents and guardians about COVID-19 vaccine for children. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s website has detailed information about myocarditis and other topics.