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Vaccination appointments available for South King County residents

Two sites at Auburn Outlet Mall and Kent ShoWare Center are taking appointments through April 26.

A large number of new COVID-19 vaccine appointments for ages 16 and up are open for South King County residents now at King County’s Auburn Outlet Mall clinic at 1101 SuperMall Way, Suite 1333, and Kent ShoWare clinic at 625 W. James St..

Appointments are open through Monday, April 26. Registration required at CovidVaccine.KingCounty.gov.

For language interpretation, call 206-477-3977 from 8a.m. to 7 p.m. Sign up as a family, and if someone you know needs an appointment, you can help them sign up too.

For those who live outside of South King County, check VaccineLocator.doh.wa.gov for open appointments.


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