Nurse Charissa Decker prepares a vaccination shot at the Jamestown Family Health Clinic vaccination drive-thru clinic on Feb. 4. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Nurse Charissa Decker prepares a vaccination shot at the Jamestown Family Health Clinic vaccination drive-thru clinic on Feb. 4. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Sequim hosts Dose 1 clinic on March 11; registration opens tomorrow

The Jamestown Family Health Clinic hosts a Dose 1 COVID vaccination drive-through clinic on Thursday, March 11.

Registration for the drive-through COVID-19 vaccines at Carrie Blake Community Park in Sequim opens at 9 a.m. tomorrow Wednesday, March 3, online at vaccine.clallam.net/register.

Registration will be in one-hour time blocks between 8 a.m.-1 p.m. each day. Once online registration is complete, a ticket with date and time should be printed and brought to the clinic.

Each person/couple in a vehicle must have a registration ticket.

The Sequim drive-through clinics are for Sequim area residents and patients of the Jamestown Family Health Clinic. Those eligible must be 65 or older; a spouse or domestic partner in the car may be younger and can be registered at the same time.

In addition, those 50 and older and living in a multi-generational household may also register for a vaccine.

Those who do not have internet access should call 60-681-3447 to get assistance registering. Volunteers at the call center will use the online system to set up appointments. Registrations will be on file at the clinic check-in booth.

Those who need Dose 2 do not need to make an appointment, but rather check in on the date and time given after the first dose.

Check in is at Trinity United Methodist Church, 100 S. Blake Ave.

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