Safeway pharmacy is available for mumps vaccinations

After the recent outbreak of mumps in King County, Safeway would like to remind customers that vaccinations can be an important part of your health care, no matter your age, and certified immunizing pharmacists are available during its regular pharmacy hours.

Vaccine supply varies with location, so please call ahead to verify the pharmacy has the vaccine in question.

All children (5 years and older) and adults are eligible to receive vaccinations from Safeway’s pharmacists.

On Saturday, Dec. 10, the Auburn Safeway will have extra pharmacy staff available to meet the public’s Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR) vaccination needs.

• 101 Auburn Way S., Auburn. Pharmacy hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Phone: 253-735-4404

• No appointments are necessary.

• Insurance billing available (most insurances accepted; ask the pharmacy for details).

• Wide variety of vaccines available.

• Private pharmacy rooms.

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