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    COVID-19 Vaccine for Immigrant Families
    Posted on 03/01/2021

    COVID-19 Vaccine for Immigrant Families

    West African Community Council is working with the City of Seattle, Office of Refugee and Immigrant Affairs to bring free COVID-19 vaccines to South Seattle to protect refugee and immigrant communities, especially BIPOC individuals and families.

    Vaccines are FREE, regardless of health care coverage. To be eligible for a vaccine at this pop-up you must be:

    • an immigrant or refugee
    • 65+ years old OR 50+ years old and living in a multigenerational household (e.g. grandparents living with grandchildren, or adults caring for an elder unable to live by themselves)

    At the pop-up, you will be asked your name, birth date, and address to record your vaccination in the Washington State Immunization Information System. Data from this system is not shared with any other governmental agency. You will also be asked the name of your insurance provider, but you do not need to have insurance.

    The Pop-up will be held at West African Community Council , 6322 44th Ave S. Seattle, WA 98118.

    Sign up to receive the vaccine or to volunteer to help with coordination and translation

    COVID-19 Vaccine Information:


    Contact Grant Lyons 206-539-7837 or