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Frequently Asked Questions
Why can I no longer get a Covid-19 vaccination at KCVP-R in Redmond?
The King County Vaccination Partnership – Redmond was established to assist in the safe and equitable distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine to the community when it was needed the most. As of October 2021, East King County has one of the highest vaccination rates in our area with lots of vaccine availability among providers. We invite you to check vaccines.gov or vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov to locate a Covid-19 vaccination provider.
I received my first dose of Pfizer at the KCVP-R Microsoft clinic on or after October 13th. Where can I get my second or subsequent doses?
We invite you to check vaccines.gov or vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov to locate a Covid-19 vaccination. You do not need to receive subsequent doses of your vaccine from the same location as your initial or second appointment. Just be sure to choose a location that is offering the same vaccine you originally received and bring your vaccine card or record with you.
How can I get my vaccination records from Washington State
Every resident of Washington State has access to their own vaccination records. For those who've lost or otherwise don't have a vaccination card, this site is the most accurate source of information and is a great way to track all vaccination records. Go to www.MyIRMobile.com to register.
WAIIS does not have my vaccination records or there appears to be data errors in my record. Can you help me get this corrected?
- If you received your Covid-19 vaccinations at the King County Vaccination Partnership – Redmond, EvergreenHealth or Overlake Medical Center, we may be able to assist you. This process may take several days. For assistance please call 425-899-3933 Monday thru Friday, from 9am to 5pm or email GrpWebQuestionsRequests@evergreenhealthcare.org.
- If you did not receive your Covid-19 vaccinations from King County Vaccination Partnership – Redmond, EvergreenHealth or Overlake Medical Center you will need to contact the clinic where you received your vaccinations, directly. We are not able to adjust WAIIS on behalf of other clinics or healthcare providers.
I lost my CDC vaccination record card, or my card has been destroyed. How can I get a replacement?
- We are sorry but we are not able to provide replacement CDC vaccination cards.
- You can get official, verified proof of your COVID-19 vaccination online, for free. The MyIR website is an official state pathway to access proof of vaccination in Washington state. To get your copy, visit www.MyIRMobile.com
- Access is currently limited to English language only. For language assistance, or additional help getting your records, please call 833-VAX-HELP (833-829-4357) or contact by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can my child who is between 5 and 11 years of age be vaccinated?
We anticipate that this age group may be approved for vaccination later this fall. We invite you to visit Public Health Seattle & King County for this age group’s most current vaccination information.
I received my Johnson & Johnson or Moderna vaccine(s) at KCVP-R – can I get a booster shot?
- Booster doses of the Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have been approved by the CDC and FDA for individual aged 65 and older, residents of long-term care facilities, and individuals aged 18 and above with underlying medical conditions or an increased risk of occupational exposure.
- Your booster must be 6 months or more since your second Moderna or Pfizer COVID vaccine (or 2 months since your single J&J vaccine).
- It is preferred that you match your booster vaccine with your earlier vaccines (Moderna with Moderna, Pfizer with Pfizer, J&J with J&J). However, the FDA and CDC have described a “mix and match” booster as safe and effective.
- We invite you to check vaccines.gov or vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov to locate a Covid-19 vaccination.
- You do not need to receive subsequent doses of your vaccine from the same location as your initial or second appointments.
- Be sure to bring your vaccine card or record with you.