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May 7th pop-up vaccination clinic planned for Central Park in Issaquah Highlands

The City of Issaquah is partnering with Eastside Fire and Rescue to provide the vaccinations.

The City of Issaquah is partnering with Eastside Fire and Rescue to offer an evening vaccination clinic at Central Park in the Issaquah Highlands this Friday, May 7th from 5–8 PM.

Every adult is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Eastside Fire and Rescue staff will be administering Moderna vaccines.

Please register at Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership (signetic.com). This link is an extension of the Lake Sammamish State Park drive-thru vaccination location, but please note under step 4: the “Clinic & Timing” tab will confirm your appointment as the Issaquah Central Park location.

If you have questions email COVID@esf-r.org.




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