Vaccinations taking place. File photo

Vaccinations taking place. File photo

Thousands of COVID-19 vaccine appointments open at Auburn, Kent clinics

Appointments available through April 26, says Public Health – Seattle & King County.

Thousands of new COVID-19 vaccine appointments are open at two local at South King County sites, according to Public Health – Seattle & King County.

In South King County, vaccine clinics are available at the Auburn Outlet Collection Mall (1101 SuperMall Way, Suite 1333) and the accesso Kent ShoWare Center (625 W. James Street) for all South King County residents age 16 or older. These clinics are operated by Public Health — Seattle & King County.

Immediate appointments are open from April 22 through April 26. Registration is required at

Individuals must be age 18 or older to register for the Moderna shot; Pfizer is available for individuals ages 16 and older.

When getting your vaccine, be sure to wear a mask, bring a form of identification that shows your name and date of birth, and wear short sleeves or clothing with loose sleeves that are easy to roll up to the top of your arm so that a clinician can give you the vaccine in your arm.

For language interpretation, call 206-477-3977 between 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. For those who live outside of South King County, check for open appointments.

All Public Health — Seattle & King County vaccine clinics are open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For more information, visit

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