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      Island County Vaccination Locations

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      COVID-19 Vaccinations

      Vaccination is an important step on the path out of the COVID-19 pandemic. Island County Public Health (ICPH), in coordination with the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) and other partners, continue to plan for Island County vaccine distribution.

      DOH and ICPH are using a phased approach to administering the vaccine as developed by the DOH allocation guidance. The DOH update on vaccination allocation is available online with the COVID-19 Vaccination Progress Dashboard and Data.  

      This page will be updated as new information becomes available.

      If you do not receive your second Moderna dose 28 days, or second Pfizer dose 21 days, after your first dose, you will NOT have to repeat the series of vaccines. Providers continue to work to get everyone's boosters completed as soon as possible.

      Learn How the Vaccine Works

      Vaccines help your immune system fight future infections. The COVID-19 will train your body to develop defenses to the disease without having to get sick. More details about this are available online

      Current Phase: 16 and over

      Individuals who meet this next phase are individuals 16 years or older.

      Not all vaccines are appropriate for those under 18.   For a list of the age group which each vaccination is available for, see below: 

      ·         Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine: 16 years and older

      ·         Moderna vaccine:18 years and older

      ·         Johnson & Johnson – Janssen vaccine: 18 years and older

      Vaccination Locations 

      ICPH is not the provider of vaccinations. Public Health is coordinating the delivery of vaccines to providers. Find a complete list of vaccination locations at Washington State Department of Health. 

      Vaccine Details


      Whidbey NAS

      VA ELIGIBILITY IS FOR ALL TRICARE Beneficiaries 18 yrs and older!

      NHCOH is currently providing the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to ALL of their TRICARE beneficiaries, age 18 years and older who need their 2nd dose of the Moderna vaccine. Vaccination appointments are for Active Duty and their Family Members as well as Retirees and Family Members of Retirees.

      You have two options to make your appointment:

      1)     Go to the NHCOH Vaccine Clinic website at https://informatics-stage.health.mil/OakHarborCOVIDApp/  and select a date/time for your appointment.  Required beneficiary information and instructions are provided.

      2)     Call the Puget Sound Military Appointing Center @ 800-404-4506 

      Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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