Vaccination sites closed
Pharmacies show availability for eligible
Last updated 2/1/2021 at 11:58am
The Snohomish County Health District's Everett location for COVID-19 vaccines is closed Monday Feb. 1. due to lack of supplies but area pharmacies are listing appointment availability.
Vaccination appointments are currently full at the Snohomish County Vaccine Taskforce mass vaccination sites. No additional appointments will be scheduled there on Monday, Feb. 1, but as more doses are available the health district will add more appointments.
The closure adds to mass vaccination site shuttering in Edmonds and Monroe. All sites anticipate a wait through Feb. 2. All are administering the Moderna vaccine and expect to be in short supply through Feb. 2, according to the health district website. Vaccination at the Arlington site is expected to continue Monday with the Pfizer vaccine, as long as doses are available.
All vaccinations are by appointment only.
For more information, go to https://www.snohd.org/564/COVID-Vaccine-Info.
As of Feb. 1, phases 1a and 1b1 are eligible to make an appointment where supplies are available.
According to the Snohomish County Health District, those eligible for vaccination as of Feb. 1 are as follows:
• 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
• All people 65 years or older;
• People 50 years or older who live in multigenerational households.
Eligibility can be determined here: https://www.findyourphasewa.org. Some pharmacies in the area are listing appointment availability. If determined to be eligible, go to Bartell’s, QFC, Fred Meyer, Walgreen’s and other pharmacies to find out if appointments are available.
Costco will be administering COVID-19 vaccines by appointment as soon as supplies are made available to them, per their website.