Kitsap County Public Health COVID Response

Vaccine Information

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COVID-19 vaccination appointments are now widely available in our county. Everyone 12 or older is eligible.


The calendar below shows locations and times where Kitsap Public Health District vaccine clinics are available. If our clinic times/locations do not work for you, there are more vaccine sites available throughout the county.

To view future clinic weeks, click on the button. For specific details about a clinic, click on the calendar event.


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These groups are currently eligible for vaccination in Washington:

  • As of May 12, everyone age 12 or older is eligible for COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Minors younger than 18 need consent from a parent or guardian.
  • Vaccination is available to everyone regardless of immigration status.
  • Learn more at

8/18/2021 Update:
At this time, Kitsap Public Health District is awaiting official guidance from the Washington State Department of Health regarding the administration of 3rd doses of mRNA vaccine to moderately to severely immunocompromised people. We are not currently administering these 3rd doses at our vaccine clinics and encourage patients with compromised immune systems to receive additional doses from primary care providers and medical treatment teams.


Kitsap Public Health will be offering limited second-dose COVID-19 vaccine appointments for Kitsap County community members who received their first dose of vaccine from another provider but are unable to find an appointment for their recommended second dose. If you live, work, or attend school in Kitsap and are in need of a second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, please follow these steps:

  • Verify with your original vaccine provider that they are not able to offer you a second dose appointment. (Please book an appointment with your original provider if an appointment is available.)
  • If you cannot confirm an appointment with your original provider, send an email to or leave a message at 360-728-2219 with the following information:

    • Your name
    • The date you received your first dose
    • The type of vaccine your received (Pfizer or Moderna)
    • The name of the organization that provided your first dose
    • Your date of birth

You will be added to a list to receive a second dose appointment at one of our clinics as appointments become available. We cannot guarantee we will be able to provide you with a second dose, or that an appointment will be available within the time frame recommended.

Be aware: If you are booked for a second-dose appointment at one of our clinics, you will need to bring the following documents to your appointment:

  • A vaccine card or immunization record verifying that you received a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Documents verifying that you live, work, or go to school in our county (e.g. mail with a Kitsap address, a pay stub or ID badge, or student ID card).

Vaccination support services

Help by phone:

Washington state hotlines:

  • For general questions: 1-800-525-0127, and press #
  • For help getting a vaccine appointment call 833-VAX-HELP or text your zip code to GETVAX (438829) or VACUNA (822862). Language assistance is available.

    For local help getting a vaccine appointment:

  • Kitsap Public Health District, 360-728-2219 (360-728-2218 for Spanish)

    Help for visually impaired:
  • Department of Services for the Blind: 360-947-3330

    Help with transportation to clinics:
  • Call Kitsap Transit, 360-479-7272, 800-422-2877
  • Call Paratransit Services, 800-846-5438

    Help with language support at clinics:
  • Free language support, including ASL, is available at Kitsap Public Health District Clinics via Telelanguage. Screening forms in Spanish are available. Communications cards at registration check-in desks to help identify language needs.

    ID information to bring to vaccination sites:
  • A picture ID with your date of birth, if available.
  • Parent or guardian or signed parent consent for minors ages 16-17 (Pfizer vaccine only).

    Help for 16-17 year-olds:
  • Minors ages 16 and 17 (Pfizer vaccine only) must be accompanied by an adult or bring a signed consent form with them to the clinic: KPHD-MinorVaccineConsentForm.pdf (

    Help accessing your vaccination record:
  • MyIR is a free and secure immunization records system.



We recently convened a collaborative of community organizations, residents, and healthcare providers, to focus on improving equity in local vaccination efforts. If you would like more information or are interested in participating, please complete this brief questionnaire. For questions or more information, email or call: or call 360-233-6247.

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