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COVID-19 vaccine information

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The Everett Clinic is offering COVID-19 vaccine appointments for patients eligible to be vaccinated in Washington state. 

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The Everett Clinic is offering COVID-19 vaccine appointments for patients eligible to be vaccinated in Washington state. 

Please call 1-866-297-2795, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. or 1-425-339-4212, Saturday and Sunday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. to schedule. By making an appointment, you attest that you meet current Washington State Department of Health criteria to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Currently, we are only offering Moderna vaccine, which is approved for those 18 years and older. We are not offering Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson.

Right now, we're not offering a wait list for COVID-19 vaccine appointments. If you got your first vaccine dose at The Everett Clinic and don't have an appointment for your second vaccine dose, we'll reach out to you to schedule.

If you got your first vaccine dose outside of The Everett Clinic, please visit the Washington State Department of Health web site to find vaccination locations.

Phases 1A and 1B includes:

  • Healthcare workers
  • Those age 65 or older
  • People age 50 or older who live in a multi-generational home
  • Those who work as a teacher or childcare provider (work ID required)
  • Critical workers in certain congregate settings, such as nursing homes
  • People age 16 or older who have a greater chance of getting sick because they are pregnant or have a disability (a physical, mental or social problem that limits how well one can take care of oneself)
  • People 16 years or older with 2 or more comorbidities or underlying conditions
  • People 60 years and older
  • People, staff and volunteers in certain congregate living settings such as correctional facilities, congregate settings where people experiencing homelessness live or access services, and group homes for people with disabilities
  • Other at-risk critical workers in certain congregate settings – specifically, restaurants/food services, manufacturing, and construction

Those eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Washington state can also visit the Washington State Department of Health website to find vaccination locations outside of The Everett Clinic.

Each week, Washington state will tell us how many doses we'll get, if any. We'll open up appointment spots based on how many shots we have available.

We're pleased to partner with our community and support our patients as we help make the COVID-19 vaccine more available to more people as soon as possible.

In the meantime, we know you have many questions about the vaccine, eligibility, booking and more. This step-by-step guide will help answer your questions.

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Step 1: Check your eligibility

At the moment, vaccine doses are limited. Find out if you qualify to get the vaccine from the Washington State Department of Health.

 Check eligibility

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Step 2: Book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment

When you're eligible, you don't need to call your primary care doctor to get the vaccine. We urge you to contact any of the state vaccination sites that are offering the vaccine.

You can find a statewide list and map of COVID-19 vaccine sites on the Washington State Department of Health website.

If you don't have a computer to schedule an appointment online, you should call the Washington State Department of Health:

1-360-236-4501 or 1-800-525-0127, TTY: 711

 Find vaccine sites

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Step 3: Read COVID-19 vaccine FAQs to learn more

Read a list of frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccines.

 Learn more

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Step 4: Bookmark this page

We'll post new information about the vaccine on this page, so check our website regularly.

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COVID-19 vaccine vouchers FAQs

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Please read this information if you're a health care worker or a first responder with an employer voucher for the COVID-19 vaccine.

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  • Some people, like health care workers and first responders, can get a COVID-19 vaccine if they have a voucher from their employer or local health jurisdiction.

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    • If you're an Everett Clinic patient, vaccine appointments are scheduled through MyChart.
    • If you're not an Everett Clinic patient, more guidelines will be given to you when you contact us to make an appointment.

    More information about the vaccine will be given to you by your employer or the health district.

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More COVID-19 vaccine information

Get more information about the COVID-19 vaccine, plus important FAQs.

 Visit optumcare.com

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Check your COVID-19 vaccine eligibility

Find out when you can get the COVID-19 vaccine based on Washington state guidelines.

 Learn more

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COVID-19: How to get care
 

Find the care you need right now, either by phone, in person or online.

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