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Preparing for Your Appointment

Before your appointment

For the health and safety of yourself and others, please do not attend your appointment if:

  • You are experiencing any COVID-19-like symptoms, including fever, sore throat or coughing; or
  • You have come into close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual in the last 14 days.  

When to arrive

  • Please arrive as close to your appointment time as possible.
  • You do not need to arrive early - this will only cause you to wait in line longer. If you have an appointment, the City will not run out of vaccine, and you will be vaccinated.

 

 

 

SoDo Drive-thru Vaccination and Testing Site

NOTE: This site will no longer offer vaccinations after the end of Saturday, July 31. The Seattle Fire Department operates a Community Vaccination Hub in the SODO neighborhood. The Community Vaccination Hub in SODO is a drive-through vaccination site that operates Monday - Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Community Vaccination Hub is located at 3820 6th Ave S, Seattle 98108 and is primarily a drive-through site, but it can also accommodate people biking and walking.

Use this online form to schedule an appointment for the SODO site. You can also schedule appointments over the phone by calling the Customer Service Bureau at (206) 684-2489 or (206) 684-CITY, Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. at 5 p.m.

What to bring to your appointment

  • Photo ID, if you have it. This is not required, but recommended.
  • Face mask or covering.
  • Wear short sleeves or a garment with a sleeve that can be rolled up or easily moved in order to administer the vaccine in your upper arm. 

What NOT to bring

  • Pets (unless a service animal).
  • Friends and family. If you do not have childcare or need assistance, you can bring children or someone to provide assistance. Vaccinations will only be given to individuals who have an appointment.
  • Large bag or backpack.
  • No weapons of any kind.

 

 

A Seattle Fire Department staff member administering a vaccine to a local resident at the SODO site.

Privacy

The City of Seattle may be required to or may voluntarily disclose vaccine-related health information to primary care physicians, insurance entities, health systems and hospitals, and state or federal registries or other public health authorities, for purposes of treatment, payment or health care operations. For more information on how the City of Seattle handles personal information please see our Privacy Statement.