More Opportunities for Boosters and Vaccines: FEMA’s Community Vaccination Clinic Comes to south King County

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Demand for COVID-19 boosters and children’s vaccines has been outstanding in King County! That’s great news, but it also means it’s been harder for some people in King County to find appointments.

To help increase capacity, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is sending its Mobile Community Vaccination Center to Federal Way, Kent and Auburn in December and January. FEMA staff have been travelling across the country to set up temporary community vaccination centers, and now they’re here! This community vaccination clinic has the capacity to vaccinate 300-500 people per day.

Types of vaccinations provided

These clinics will provide COVID-19 vaccines and boosters for adults and kids. All vaccine types (Moderna, Pfizer, and J&J) are available.

Everyone (including kids!) receiving a first or second vaccination dose at one of these clinics will get a $50 gift card. Bring the whole family!

Schedule an appointment today

Appointments are strongly encouraged but drop-ins are also welcome, starting at 1 PM daily.

If you have questions, or need assistance making an appointment, you can call the Washington State Department of Health COVID-19 call center: 1-800-525-0127.

Auburn GSA (open noon – 7 PM daily) – 2701 C street SW, Auburn, WA 98001:

Accessibility information

  • Vaccinations and boosters are always free, regardless of immigration status and even if you don’t have insurance.
  • Language interpretation available on site.
  • The site is ADA accessible and has language and ASL interpretation available.
  • To request assistance for people with disabilities, please call the Washington State COVID-19 Information Hotline at 1-800-525-0127 (language assistance is available) or email civil.rights@doh.wa.gov. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, please use the Washington Relay Service (7-1-1).

Originally published: December 19, 2021; Updated January 6, 2022