COVID-19 Testing Locations
Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests
Residential households in the U.S. can order one set of 4 free at-home tests from USPS.com. Here’s what you need to know about your order:
- Limit of one order per residential address
- One order includes 4 individual rapid antigen COVID-19 tests
- Orders will ship free starting in late January
For those who have difficulty accessing the internet or need support placing an order for the free 4 at-home tests, you can call 1-800-232-0233.
Get Tested in King County
East King County
- Bellevue (UW Medicine) https://www.uwmedicine.org/coronavirus/testing
- Duvall (Family Health Mart) https://www.doineedacovid19test.com/Duvall_WA_941.html
- Renton (HealthPoint) https://www.healthpointchc.org/health-services/covid-19-testing/community-testing
- Snoqualmie (Snoqualmie Valley Hospital) https://snoqualmiehospital.org/COVID-19/
- Curative https://curative.com/
- UW Medicine https://www.uwmedicine.org/coronavirus/testing
- The Polyclinic https://www.polyclinic.com/covid-19-resources/covid-19-testing.html
COVID-19 Vaccine & Booster Locators
COVID-19 Vaccine & Booster Locators
Vaccination & Booster Sites
- Vaccinations & Boosters (managed by the City of Seattle)
- In-home vaccinations via Public Health Seattle & King County are available for individuals in King County unable to leave their homes
- Vaccine Locator (Washington State Department of Health)
State your preferred language when connected:
- WA State COVID-19 Assistance hotline: 1-800-525-0127 or 1-888-856-5816 (then press #), 6 a.m.-10 p.m. (Monday), 6 a.m.-6 p.m. (Tuesday-Sunday)
- King County COVID-19 Call Center: 206-477-3977, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
For telephone-to-text relay service, dial: 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6384. For tactile interpretation, contact: http://seattledbsc.org
Safe Reopening Toolkits
Safe Reopening webpage
This web page describes what Public Health Seattle & King County knows from Washington Department of Health and Labor & Industries about reopening, with additional King County details. www.kingcounty.gov/safereopen
General Reopening Flyer
Also available on in-language COVID-19 resources pages. https://kingcounty.gov/~/media/depts/health/communicable-diseases/documents/C19/kc-reopening-EN.ashx?la=en
Frequently asked questions that address common questions related to reopening from individuals and businesses. https://kingcounty.gov/~/media/depts/health/communicable-diseases/documents/C19/kc-reopening-FAQ-EN.ashx?la=en
Flyer for protecting children under 12
With reopening and the expiration of the local mask directive, people who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to wear masks in many settings. Masks are still important to protect children. Available on our Youth Vaccination page.
Social media toolkit
Public Health has created two social media posts for you to use and share with partners, sized for Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. We have uploaded this to OneEastside’s toolkit page here.
Human Resources (HR) Toolkits
Return to Work Employee Survey (sample)
Improving Ventilation and Reopening Toolkits
- Guidance on Improving Indoor Air Quality for building operators and business owners (as of May 2, 2021) (Public Health Seattle & King County)
- Core Recommendations for Reducing Airborne Infectious Aerosol Exposure (as of January 6, 2021) (ASHARE)
- Construction Toolkit (Master Builders Association) – Requirements to Safely Restart all construction activity
- Resource Guide for Employers (Business Health Trust)
- Public Health Toolkit
- Black Community Toolkit
- Hispanic Community Toolkit
- Black Faith Toolkit
- Hispanic Faith Community Toolkit
- Corporation/Employer Toolkit
- Vaccination Toolkits from the CDC for educating communities on the importance of COVID-19 vaccines (PDF)
COVID-19 Vaccines Toolkit for Businesses and Employers (Washington State)
This toolkit is for employers interested in helping their staff get vaccinated against COVID-19, and contains tips and suggestions for hosting a clinic through local partner organizations, or encouraging vaccination offsite in the community.
COVID-19 Community Vaccination Event Planning workbooks (King County)
These workbooks aim to assist your organization with planning a Community Vaccination Event at a large, indoor space where people can walk up and get vaccinated. There are two versions—one focused on employers and businesses and one focused on community-based organizations and faith-based organizations.
- Workbook for businesses and large employers (PDF)
- Workbook for community-based and faith-based organizations(PDF)
Healthy Washington Reopening Plan
On May 13, 2021, Governor Inslee announced that the state will reopen on June 30 (or earlier if 70% or more of Washingtonians over age 16 get their first vaccine dose). Read the article here.
These COVID mitigation measures will remain in place after the state’s economy fully reopens.
- Industries may return to usual operations at that time – with one caveat: the current applicable masking guidance will still be required.
- There will be capacity restrictions for large indoor event venues, and there will be certain COVID mitigation measures going on in schools and universities.
- Indoor venues that can accommodate 10,000 or more people will be restricted to 75% capacity after the state lifts most COVID restrictions. The guidance will not require physical distancing, but attendees must follow the current masking requirements. The governor said the state will reevaluate this restriction at the end of July.
What is Healthy Washington?
Healthy Washington is the phased reopening plan for Washington state. The plan took effect on January 11, 2021. On March 11, 2021, Gov. Jay Inslee announced that the plan will transition from a regional approach to a county-by-county evaluation process.
How do I know which phase I am in?
King County entered Phase 3 on March 22, 2021.
When can a county move to another phase?
Certain metrics and thresholds help determine if it is safe for a county to enter into a new phase of reopening. Counties will be individually evaluated every three weeks. For a overview of the metrics used for measuring a county’s progress, visit https://coronavirus.wa.gov/what-you-need-know/roadmap-recovery-metrics.