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Find a Local Vaccine Provider

Skagit County Public Health

Call the Skagit County Public Health Vaccine Hotline, available Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Vaccinate WA

Find COVID-19 Vaccine appointments within 50 miles of your zip code.

1st and 2nd Moderna Doses

Any established patient (age >18+) who has not received the COVID-19 vaccine will be offered a Moderna vaccine during their scheduled primary care provider appointments.

Need Proof of Your Vaccine?

Island Health

If you received your COVID-19 vaccine at Island Health you may contact Medical Records.

Washington State

If you received your COVID-19 vaccine in Washington State, you can access your official vaccine certificate online through one of the following services:

Lost Vaccine Cards

If you are unable to locate your vaccine record through the listed resources, check with your primary care provider. They have access to your immunizations record and may be able to help.

Replacement Cards

Do not request a replacement card from your vaccine provider. The federal government did not provide extra CDC cards and vaccine providers are not able to provide a duplicate.


In order to be tested for COVID-19 at an Island Health clinic, you must be assessed by one of our providers.

Life-Threatening Symptoms?

If you are experiencing life-threatening symptoms such as shortness of breath or chest pain, please go to the nearest Emergency Department.

Established Patient

If you are an established patient of an Island Health clinic and are experiencing COVID symptoms, please contact your provider at 360.293.3101. A triage nurse will determine if you need to be tested and provide instructions.

You may also use Island Walk-in Clinic. Our hours are Monday–Saturday, 7:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. and Sunday, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Not Established

If you are not an established patient and you are ill or have COVID-19 symptoms, please use Island Walk-in Clinic.

Our hours are Monday–Saturday, 7:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. and Sunday, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m..

Skagit County Public Health

Listing of local testing locations:


Search by ZIP code for testing locations:

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

Can I get a COVID-19 vaccine if I’ve recently gotten another vaccine?

Yes. The CDC reports that is safe to receive a COVID vaccine and other vaccines, including a flu vaccine, at the same time.

Should pregnant or breastfeeding women get a COVID-19 vaccine?

Yes. The COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for people who are pregnant, breastfeeding, trying to get pregnant now or might become pregnant in the future. For more information, speak with your healthcare provider.

What are the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine?

Following the COVID-19 vaccine, you may experience short-term side effects which are normal signs that your body is building protection. Common side effects include pain and swelling on the arm where you got the shot. Throughout the rest of your body, you may also experience fever, chills, tiredness and headache. Rest assured that these side effects should go away in a few days, but talk with your provider if you have pain or discomfort and want to discuss taking over-the-counter medicines such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen.<br /> <br /> Call 911 if you have an allergic reaction after your vaccine. Signs of an allergic reaction include: difficulty breathing, swelling of your face and throat, fast heartbeat, a bad rash all over your body, dizziness and weakness.</p><br /> <br /> *To reduce pain and discomfort where you got the shot, apply a clean, cool, wet washcloth over the area and continue to use or exercise your arm. To reduce discomfort from fever, drink plenty of fluids and dress lightly. Contact your healthcare provider if the redness or tenderness where you got the shot increases after 24 hours or if your side effects are worrying you or do not seem to be going away after a few days.

Can children receive the COVID-19 vaccine?

The Moderna and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine are authorized for use in people 18 and older, and the Pfizer vaccine is authorized for use in those 5 and older.

Now’s Your Shot

Island Health staff share their personal stories behind their important decision to get vaccinated.

Now’s Your Shot - 1


Leslie, RRT - Respiratory Therapy

Ashley, LPN, Lead - Island Primary Care - M Avenue & Access Tent

Now’s Your Shot - 2</h4>


Kate, RN, BSN - Emergency Department

Desirae, Admissions Specialist - Patient Access

Kiersten, EVS Technician - Environmental Services

Holly, MA - Island Primary Care - M Avenue

Kathleen, RN - Nursing Education Coordinator

Now’s Your Shot - 3


Kathleen, RN - Nursing Education Coordinator

Keith, PharmD, DPh, MBA, MHA, MS - System Director Pharmacy Services

Lindsay, MD - Island Primary Care - M Avenue

Leslie, RRT - Respiratory Therapy

Now’s Your Shot - 4


Kate, RN, BSN - Emergency Department

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