Getting vaccinated has never been easier

All King County Executive branch employees must be fully vaccinated by Oct. 18, 2021, and there are many options for getting vaccinated in your community or at work. No appointment is needed at many community locations, and most pharmacies, clinics, and Public Health centers now offer drop-in COVID-19 vaccination. 

Vaccination is available regardless of insurance, citizenship, or immigration status. You will not be billed or charged for vaccination. COVID-19 vaccine is always free. Because obtaining the vaccination is mandatory, employees will be paid for the time spent getting the COVID-19 vaccine. This includes travel time to and from the vaccination site.

Visit the Vaccine Locator or check the King County partnership sites listed below for site schedules, drop-in options, and available vaccine types.

King County Public Health Centers: Click here to schedule a vaccination appointment at King County’s Kent, Auburn, Downtown Seattle, or Bellevue Eastgate vaccination clinics.

Drive-through or in-car vaccination is available at the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital (Monday through Friday), HealthPoint Renton (Tuesday through Saturday), and the Kent Public Health Center (Monday through Friday). More details are below.

Free rides to and from your vaccination are offered by Lyft and Hopelink Mobility (phone: 425-943-6706).

Free childcare is available for vaccination appointments and recuperation from KinderCare (phone: 1-866-337-3105), the Learning Care Group (phone: 1-833-459-3557), and the YMCA (contact your local YMCA to learn more).

Several pop-up vaccine clinics are coming up for King County employees and their families.

You can receive a second Moderna or Pfizer vaccine dose at most sites, even if you received your first dose at a different location. Please bring a photo of your first dose vaccination card.

You can find out where to get your vaccine and find answers to your questions at Our one-stop employee COVID-19 vaccines webpage also has information on how to get a vaccine, your leave options, and much more. 

Everyone ages 12 and older can get a vaccine. Ages 12-17 can get Pfizer ONLY, ages 18+ can get Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson. Learn more about vaccination for youth at