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Four King County libraries will host COVID vaccination clinics

A man is about to insert a needle into a person's arm.
Ted S. Warren
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The Associated Press
DeMarcus Hicks gives a person a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster shot Dec. 20, 2021, at a vaccination clinic in Federal Way.

Not vaccinated yet? Need a booster shot?

The King County Library System and Public Health—Seattle & King County are trying to make that easier with COVID-19 vaccine clinics at local libraries.

Starting Feb. 1, the free clinics will be at Auburn, Enumclaw, Federal Way and Tukwila library branches. Single- and two-dose COVID vaccine shots will be available for ages 5 and older. People can also get booster shots at these sites.

Vaccines will be administered to anyone who needs them, regardless of insurance, citizenship or immigration status. No appointments are necessary. Masks are required for entry.

Medical staff and interpreter services will be available to answer questions.

Clinic days and times vary by location. visit kcls.org/vaccinated for up-to-date information.

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