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COVID-19 VACCINE CLINIC: Kitsap Public Health District and the Kitsap County Emergency Operations Center are launching a community COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Bremerton. Registration is now open for appointments on Jan. 26, 27, and 28 for people eligible under Phase 1a and Phase 1b Tier 1.



If you need assistance using our registration system, email covidvaccine@kitsappublichealth.org and use “NEED REGISTRATION HELP” in the subject line, or call 360-728-2219 and leave a message. Please be aware we are receiving a high volume of inquiries and our capacity to provide support and answer questions is limited.

As of Jan. 18, Washington state is recommending healthcare providers vaccinate people eligible under Phase 1b Tier 1 of vaccination:

  • Adults 65 and older
  • Adults 50 and older living in multigenerational households
  • Read detailed descriptions of priority groups at covidvaccinewa.org

People eligible under Phase 1a can still get vaccinated.

HOW DO I GET VACCINATED?

  • Go to FindYourPhaseWa.org and follow instructions.
  • The Phase Finder tool will help you determine which phase of vaccination you are eligible for.
  • Be aware that vaccine supplies are limited and many healthcare providers are not able to schedule appointments at this time.
  • If you are eligible to get vaccinated now, you can contact your regular healthcare provider to find out if they are offering COVID-19 vaccination. Or, you can choose from a list of local vaccine providers displayed in the Phase Finder tool. Follow instructions for contacting the listed providers.
  • If you are eligible for a later phase, you can sign up to get notified when your phase begins.


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Visit the state Department of Health and CDC websites for information about how COVID-19 vaccines are being developed and tested, how vaccination will be prioritized, and how vaccine will be distributed in our state.


What is Kitsap Public Health District’s role?

  • Monitor vaccine guidance and plans produced at the federal and state level.
  • Provide information and technical assistance to Kitsap health care providers as they enroll to receive vaccine and prepare to administer vaccine.
  • Identify gaps in access to COVID-19 vaccination in our county and work with the health care providers and community partners to address gaps.
  • Support equitable access to COVID-19 vaccination through partnerships with local leaders and organizations serving populations disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
  • Provide the public and community partners with information about the COVID-19 vaccine and promote vaccination.

Activities to date include:

  • Establishing an internal planning team to guide KPHD’s COVID-19 vaccine work
  • Monitoring and providing input on state planning efforts
  • Providing updates to local health care providers
  • Initiating outreach with community partners and stakeholders
  • Developing plans for filling local vaccine access gaps





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