Novel coronavirus information

September 21, 2021

University District COVID-19 vaccination, flu shot and community art pop-up Sept. 24

The University of Washington is partnering with the City of Seattle, U District Partnership, Albertsons/Safeway, Amplifier and Facebook to provide a pop-up COVID-19 and flu vaccination clinic on Friday, Sept. 24, in the University District. The vaccinations are available to all, including UW students, faculty, staff, and members of the community.

COVID-19 and flu vaccination clinic / Community art pop-up
Friday, Sept. 24, 2021, 2–5 p.m.
Christ Episcopal Church
4548 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle

Local vendors will provide food to vaccinated participants and neighbors, and local artist and UW Medicine student Rue Maia Oliver has been commissioned to create an original mural highlighting vaccine health. At 2 p.m., Oliver will talk about this campaign, the importance of getting vaccinated and their experience as both a medical student and artist. The art installation will feature a QR code and a URL that directs viewers to Facebook’s Covid Information Center to provide additional information.

COVID-19 vaccination

  • A COVID-19 shot will be provided at no charge to people age 12 and older
  • Those who have previously received their first dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine should bring their CDC vaccination card to document their second dose
  • Pfizer and Moderna vaccinations are both available

Flu shot

  • Will be billed to insurance for those with health insurance and provided at no cost to those without a health insurance plan
  • Supply is limited

About the event series

This campaign is part of a nationwide effort to commission regional artists from across the country on a series of temporary public art installations that encourage vaccine awareness and participation in Seattle, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Mesa, San Antonio, Jacksonville, Detroit, Los Angeles, Chicago and Washington, DC.