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Auburn COVID-19 vaccination appointments shifted to Kent Feb. 11-13

All appointments to be indoors at ShoWare Center rather than Auburn drive-thru site

  • Wednesday, February 10, 2021 4:36pm
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Public Health — Seattle & King County will move COVID-19 vaccination appointments scheduled for Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 11-13 at Auburn to the accesso ShoWare Center, 625 W. James St., in Kent.

The appointments are being shifted due to anticipated severe cold weather over the next few days.

“To protect people from waiting in cars in below freezing temperatures and possible snow, and to protect staff working outdoors, all vaccinations will be indoors at the Kent vaccination site (by appointment only),” according to Public Health — Seattle & King County.

The General Services Administration (GSA) Complex in Auburn is a drive-thru site. COVID-19 testing at the Auburn GSA site will remain open.

All appointments at the Kent and Auburn sites are filled through Feb. 28 at this time, which is about 500 per day at each site. King County will share updates as vaccine supplies increase and more appointments become available.

If you’re eligible for vaccination please visit for additional locations.

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