COVID-19 Vaccine

Jefferson County COVID-19 Vaccination Availability (updated 07/26/21)

    • Jefferson Healthcare EXPRESS CLINIC 
      • Johnson & Johnson vaccine (18 and older).
      • Walk-in, no appointment necessary.   
      • The Express Clinic is open 7 days a week from 9 AM -7 PM. 
      • Located at 834 Sheridan St. Suite B, Port Townsend. 
    • Jefferson Healthcare 
      • Patients currently enrolled with a Jefferson Healthcare Primary Care provider can schedule a COVID- 19 vaccination through the Primary Care Clinics in Port Townsend.
    • QFC in Port Hadlock
      • Pfizer vaccine (12 and older); Johnson & Johnson vaccine (18 and older)
      • Schedule an appointment, or walk-in Monday-Friday 9:30 AM-4:30 PM
      • Click on the link to schedule an appointment: QFC - COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments - Schedule Now
      • Appointment by phone: 1-866-211-5320
    • Safeway in Port Townsend
      • Pfizer vaccine (12 and older); Moderna vaccine (18 and older) 
      • Schedule an appointment or walk in Mon., Wed., Thurs. & Fri., 10 AM-12 PM or 2 PM-3:30, Tues. 12 PM-4 PM or Sat. 11 AM-1 PM or 2 PM-4 PM. No vaccinations on Sunday. 
      • Click on the link to schedule an appointment:  Pharmacy Scheduler ( 
    • Tri-Area Pharmacy, 93 Oak Bay Road, Port Hadlock
      • Johnson & Johnson vaccine (18 and older); Pfizer vaccine (12 and older).
      • Monday-Friday, 9-5, walk in, no appointment necessary. 
    • Washington State Vaccine Locator: To find a Covid-19 vaccine in WA state:  Vaccinate WA: COVID-19 Vaccine Availability   

Once you’re fully vaccinated, you:

 Do not need to wear a mask in public except in certain settings: public transportation, health care, correctional facilities, homeless shelters, and schools. Businesses and workplaces may also still require masks. Click here to read the Washington Labor and Industries Department's requirements for vaccinated workers. (updated 07/01/2021).

 Can visit with people who haven’t been vaccinated and are from one other household who are all at low risk for severe COVID-19 illness – indoors without physical distancing and wearing masks.

 Can travel domestically without a pre- or post-travel test. And you don’t need to quarantine.

 Do not need to quarantine or get tested after being exposed to someone with COVID-19, if you have no symptoms.

Should treat your vaccination paper card like a birth certificate or other official document. Take a photo of it and then store it at home. In the future, you may need to prove you’re vaccinated against COVID-19. Even now, many businesses are offering perks to vaccinated people. 

See Gathering Safely Once Vaccinated for more information

Even if you’re fully vaccinated, you should still:

See Life After Vaccine FAQs for more information

If you’re not yet fully vaccinated:

  • Wear a well-fitted mask and stay 6 feet (2 meters) apart in all public places.
  • Keep gatherings small and outdoors or indoors with the windows open.
  • Wear masks and stay 6 feet (2 meters) apart if you’re gathering with other people who are not yet vaccinated.
  • If no one in your household is at high risk for severe COVID-19 illness, you can visit without masks and physical distance with one fully vaccinated household at a time.
  • Get tested for COVID-19 if you’re experiencing symptoms or know you’ve been exposed to someone with COVID-19.
  • Continue to avoid travel unless it is essential. If you do travel, get tested for COVID-19 before and after traveling and quarantine for seven days after traveling.

Visit the Testing for COVID-19 page for information about who should be tested, what you should do after you’re tested, and more.

COVID-19 Data Dashboard:
Find out the number of cases, hospitalizations, deaths and vaccinations in each county.

Information From the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)

For Healthcare Providers - DOH Information

For more information, visit COVIDVaccineWA.Org