Johnson & Johnson vaccine available Friday at Olympic College – Poulsbo

  • Wednesday, April 7, 2021 5:40pm
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Kitsap Public Health has appointments open for those eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine on Friday, April 9.

The Johnson & Johnson version of the vaccine will be distributed at Olympic College- Poulsbo campus.

While everyone 16 and older will be able to receive the vaccine April 15, currently only those that meet the requirements of phases 1a and 1b tiers 1-4 are eligible to receive this vaccine.

This includes healthcare worker, first responders, teachers and retail workers, those 60 and older, 50 and older living in multigenerational households, 16 and older with two co-morbidities or pregnant.

Those eligible must register for an appointment here

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