COVID Vaccine Second Dose Clinic
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COVID-19 vaccination second dose clinic will be on December 11, 2021 at Eckstein.
This clinic is only for students who received their first dose at the clinic at Eckstein on Saturday, November 20, 2021. You should have scheduled your second dose at that time. If you need to change or cancel your appointment, please check the email that Visiting Nurses Associations sent you and respond to that.
Eckstein has no records or appointment capabilities about these clinics.
Below is more information about Vaccine Clinics in general.
How do families sign up for 2nd dose clinics?
- North-end / Seattle Visiting Nurses Association – They did this when they signed up for their first dose appointment.
- For Southwest/Safeway – Most made their appointment at their first dose visit. If they did not, they can use the same link they did before or find their email from Safeway which includes the link. It’s okay if they do not signup though. Safeway will bring more doses than they gave at the first dose clinic regardless.
- For Central & Southeast/ Othello Station Pharmacy – All clinics are walk-in, so no appointment needed.
Will families receive notification about the 2nd dose clinic from the medical provider?
- North-end / Seattle Visiting Nurses Association – Yes, they will get reminder texts and emails 24 hours in advance of the second dose clinic.
- For Southwest/Safeway – Yes, if they made an appointment, they will get a reminder email.
- For Central & Southeast/ Othello Station Pharmacy – No, all clinics are walk-in, so no appointment needed. Because, of this Central and Southeast schools need to send reminder emails.
What do families need to bring?
- Students / families should bring their vaccination cards to get updated
- They will need to sign a consent form again for the 2nd dose.
- North-end / Seattle Visiting Nurses Association – They did this when they signed up online
- For Southwest/Safeway – They did this when they signed up online, BUT they also need to print, sign and bring the form. If they do not have printer or forget the form, they can fill one out at the clinic
- For Central & Southeast/ Othello Station Pharmacy – They can fill out the attached form and bring it with them or fill it out at the clinic.
Can students get their first dose at the 2nd dose clinics?
It varies. Here is a run-down of how families can book that first dose appointment
- North-end / Seattle Visiting Nurses Association – Families cannot get first doses at these 2nd dose clinics. North-end school leaders and nurses, we will have more regional clinics in January/February to catch families who decide later to vaccinate. However, SVNA could offer a first dose clinic on December 15th. North-end school leaders and nurses, please let me know if you think there is demand in your community for a north-end 1st dose clinic in December.
- Southwest / Safeway Pharmacy – Yes, Safeway has added first-dose appointments to their 3 West Seattle regional clinics which are open to all SPS students.
- Sunday, December 5, 12-6 pm at Pathfinder K-8
- Monday, December 6, 4-6 at Madison Middle
- Saturday, December 11, 9 am-3pm at Boren STEM K-8
- Families can sign up here for these clinics here: https://kordinator.mhealthcoach.net/vcl/SPS
- Southeast and Central / Othello Station Pharmacy – Yes, Othello Station Pharmacy offers first doses at both the school day and the regional clinics. For school-day clinics, Othello will bring extra doses in addition to the number of doses they gave at the first dose clinics.
Upcoming regional clinics (open to all SPS students) are:
- Saturday, December 4, 9 am-3pm at Thurgood Marshall Elementary
- Sunday, December 5, 9 am -3 pm at Maple Elementary
- Saturday, December 11, 9 am-3pm at Meany Middle School
- Sunday, December 12, 9 am -3 pm at Dunlap Elementary