WSU Everett partners with EvCC, Tulalip Tribes for vaccine clinic

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WSU Everett is partnering with nearby Everett Community College and the Tulalip Tribes to offer free COVID-19 vaccines to members of the university community.

The first of two scheduled vaccine clinics is set for Saturday, April 24, at Everett Community College’s Walk Price Student Fitness Center, 2206 Tower Street. Second doses will be administered at the same location on May 22.

All participants must set an appointment using their official WSU email address. Eligible students and employees received an invitation to register earlier this month and have until noon Friday, April 23, to do so.

The Tulalip Clinical Pharmacy is providing doses of the Moderna vaccine for the two scheduled clinics. In order to be fully vaccinated, individuals must receive both doses. Due to the limited supply of donated vaccines, members of the WSU community are asked to keep their scheduled appointments or cancel ahead of time to ensure as many people as possible receive doses. Individuals who receive their second dose of the Moderna vaccine elsewhere should cancel their May 22 appointment.

To cancel or change appointments, please use the original registration links. Staff cannot schedule or change an appointment time for participants. Efforts will be made to schedule additional clinics if vaccine doses run out.

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

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