COVID-19 Boosters Available at Downtown Public Health Office Beginning Monday, December 13

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December 6, 2021

Beginning Monday, December 13, COVID-19 booster doses of Pfizer, Moderna, or Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine will be available by appointment at the Skagit County Public Health Office, located at 700 S 2nd Street (3rd floor) in downtown Mount Vernon.

Appointments will be available to all individuals 18 years and older who are time eligible. This would include those who are at least 6 months past completion of their Moderna or Pfizer vaccine series, or those who received their single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine at least 2 months ago.

The downtown booster clinic will operate Monday-Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Appointments can be scheduled online by going to and searching for “Skagit County Public Health” under the Name of Location box. Please be sure that you are scheduling a Booster Vaccine, as there are pediatric vaccine appointments also listed.  No insurance is required for this clinic. Please bring your Vaccination Card with you to your appointment. For assistance, call Public Health at (360) 416-1500.

“Public Health is opening a second vaccination clinic focused only on booster doses to increase capacity at the Skagit County Fairgrounds for prime doses—including children 5 years and older,” said Jennifer Johnson, Skagit County Public Health Director. “This second clinic will also improve local access to booster appointments, which is critical as we begin to see Omicron spread here in Washington State.”

Omicron is expected to spread rapidly over the following weeks. Experts continue to urge people to get vaccinated, as this is the best defense against COVID-19 and its variants. Vaccination is especially important for children and adults with chronic conditions that place them at higher risk for severe disease from COVID-19, as well as those who are not yet vaccinated. If you are not yet vaccinated, it is imperative that you do so.

Pediatric and prime COVID-19 vaccinations will continue to be provided at the Skagit County Fairgrounds location until the site closes permanently after January 28. Antigen testing is also provided at the Fairgrounds until the site closes.

If you are due for a booster, get scheduled at a pharmacy, Public Health, or at your provider clinic as soon as you are able. For a full list of vaccination providers in Skagit County, visit our website at or call the COVID-19 Information Hotline at 1-800-525-0127, then press #.