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Student, employee vaccination opportunity

EVERETT, Wash. – April 21, 2021 – Thanks to the generosity of the Tulalip Tribes, Everett Community College will host a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Saturday, April 24 at EvCC’s Walt Price Student Fitness Center (2206 Tower Street) for students and employees. 

Eligible students and employees received an invitation to register by the morning of April 14.

After selecting an appointment time for the first dose on April 24, eligible participants received an emailed intake form. Participants should fill out the intake form as soon as possible and no later than two days before the clinic. Registration will be closed at noon on April 23 in order to give pharmacy staff time to process all the intake forms.

The Moderna vaccine will be administered. The vaccine requires two doses. The first dose will be administered on April 24. Only first shots are available that day. The second dose of the vaccine will be administered on Saturday, May 22. Only second shots will be available then. You will need to get both doses to be vaccinated. 

The Moderna vaccine is only approved for use for adults 18 and older. Please do not make an appointment for anyone younger than 18. The vaccine is being provided by the Tulalip Clinical Pharmacy (TCP). 

Because a limited supply of vaccines are being donated by the Tulalip Clinical Pharmacy, it is very important that if you sign up for an appointment that you keep it or cancel to give as many people as possible the opportunity to get vaccinatedAlso, if you receive your second dose of the Moderna vaccine elsewhere, make sure you cancel your May 22 appointment. 

If you need to cancel or change your appointment, please use the original registration links. Staff cannot schedule or change an appointment time for participants.

If we run out of vaccines, we will try to schedule another clinic in the future.

For additional information about vaccination, see the Washington State Department of Health guide or the Snohomish County Health District COVID vaccination information.