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As a community organization serving a vulnerable population, The Edmonds Senior Center makes the health and safety of its members and participants a priority. With the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID19), we are taking careful preventative measures. Here’s how you can help:
Stay home if you are sick
If you have or have had a fever, cough, or shortness of breath within the last 24 hours, please stay home.
Notify us if you get COVID-19
If you are confirmed to have Covid-19 and have been to ESC recently, please let us know.
Prevent the spread of germs
Wash hands often and well, cough and sneeze into a tissue or your elbow, and avoid touching your face. Bear with us if cancellations or closures become necessary
On January 22nd the Edmonds Senior Center, in partnership with the Snohomish Health District and Anesis Spine & Pain Care, offered a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic. One hundred vaccines were administered by a team of nurses to vulnerable seniors and essential volunteers who are members of the Senior Center.
We do not know if or when we will get additional vaccines. We are working with the Snohomish County Health District on getting designated as a community COVID Vaccine Site. This is an involved process with no guarantees. We recommend you contact your healthcare professional about getting a vaccine. We will contact members and make a public announcement if we offer another clinic.
You can check on availability for drive-thru vaccine sites here:
For those without a computer or internet acces, the Snohomish Health District call center is available to help with appointments at: 425-339-5279.
Contact your MD office or local pharmacy. Until the first responders (Phase 1A) get taken care of, there will be minimal amounts of vaccine released for the general population in the next phase.