The City of Seattle has secured 17,000 first-dose vaccination appointments available at the four city-affiliated vaccination sites through next Monday.

Everyone who lives or works in King County and is 16 or older can register for a vaccine at the Lumen Field Event Center, Rainier Beach Vaccination Hub and West Seattle Vaccination Hub. People can also register for the drive-through North Seattle Vaccination Hub.

If demand and supply in Seattle remain high, the city could vaccinate 70 percent of its residents and workers by the end of May, according to a press release.

City officials urge everyone who lives or works in King County and has not yet begun the vaccination process to secure an appointment immediately. Details are below:

 Registration link for the Lumen Field Event Center, Rainier Beach Vaccination Hub and West Seattle Vaccination Hub: https://seattle.signetic.com/home

 Registration link for the North Seattle Vaccination Hub: https://schedule.seattlevna.com/home/3880509b-53a4-eb11-b1ac-000d3a1fea9b

City officials encourage all residents who have already been vaccinated or have secured an appointment to share these registration opportunities to their networks, in order to ensure all those who want to be vaccinated are aware of this opportunity. 

In addition to online appointments opening up, last week, the Seattle Fire Department began administering walk-in vaccinations at their Rainier Beach and West Seattle Vaccination Hubs for anyone 60 or older who hasn’t yet received their first dose. Anyone 60 or older can head to Rainier Beach or West Seattle hubs and receive their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine without an appointment. The city also launched its Good Neighbor program: Anyone 16 or older who hasn’t been vaccinated can bring someone 60 or older who also hasn’t been vaccinated to Rainier Beach or West Seattle, and SFD will vaccinate both people, no appointment required, according to a press release.

If King County residents or workers are unable to book an appointment this week, they can sign up for the city’s notification list and get notified via email as soon as appointments are available at any of the four city-affiliated sites.

For more information, including the notification list, visit the city’s vaccination website. The site contains vaccination information in seven languages, and in-language assistance is also available over the phone.