Vaccine Preventable Diseases & Immunizations

COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Doses Reference Guide for All Ages
For information about how to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine please click here.

Vaccination is a simple and effective method for preventing certain diseases which may cause serious health problems. 

We provide regular childhood immunizations through the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program; adult immunizations for un- and under-insured adults through the Adult Vaccine Program; vaccine education, information, consultation and support for schools; and regular immunization clinics. For information about how to sign up for a VFC clinic appointment please click here.

Immunizations against contagious diseases are provided by your San Juan County health department for both children and adults who need them. The department does this by serving as a vaccine depot (transferring vaccine to local providers and pharmacies when needed) and by holding regular immunization clinics.

Vaccines are a very safe method for disease prevention and are closely monitored by the CDC Vaccine Safety program, which conducts studies to assess the health risks and side effects of vaccines. If you would like more general information about vaccinations, see the CDC's Frequently Asked Questions about Immunizations page. Childhood vaccines are important to protect your children against potentially deadly diseases. For a comprehensive resource on childhood vaccines, see Plain Talk about Childhood Immunization or the Department of Health's FAQ about Childhood Immunizations.

Beginning on June 1, 2023 an office fee of $10 (per patient, per visit) and administration fee of $10 (per vaccine) will be charged for all non-COVID vaccines - the total amount due at time of service will be based on the SJC HCS sliding fee scale (Spanish version). No one will be denied services because of inability to pay.

School Immunization Requirements for 2023-24

The Immunization Requirements for children attending school in the 2023-24 school year have been updated to include new requirements for preschool and transitional kindergarten students. Children who are four years old on 09/01/2023 must have a dose of DTaP and IPV on or after their 4th birthday and dose 2 of MMR and varicella before starting school. You can find more information about the school requirements at

You may access your family's immunization information online through the Washington State Department of Health's MyIR (My Immunization Records) system.

For more information about MPV or for vaccine clinic appointments, please visit our MPV page here. 

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