COVID-19 Vaccine Information

The City of Bainbridge Island, in partnership with the Bainbridge Island Fire Department and Bainbridge Prepares, is coordinating with Bainbridge Island Community Pharmacy on COVID-19 vaccine distribution. As of October 2, this partnership has supported the administration of over 28,500 doses to eligible individuals from Kitsap and surrounding counties.  

***October 12***

The COVID-19 Response Team, consisting of the City, Bainbridge Prepares, Bainbridge Island Community Pharmacy and Bainbridge Island Fire Department continues to monitor Federal and State updates to COVID-19 vaccination guidance. 

We anticipate approval for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen boosters by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), and Western States working group by the end of the month.

The group continues to monitor approvals for 5- to 11-year-olds, and will adjust vaccine clinics as needed to meet the needs of the community.

Our next clinic will be held on Saturday, October 30 at the Commodore Options Lower Gym. We are waiting to determine if this will be a booster clinic or 5- to11-year- olds clinic, depending on current approvals. We also anticipate holding clinics on Saturday, November 6 and Saturday, November 20. Appointments will be posted online here: when a determination has been made.

If you are currently eligible for a Pfizer booster, you can call the Bainbridge Island Community Pharmacy to determine availability or make an appointment at Rite Aid or Walgreens. Information on additional vaccine providers is posted online here: Local_COVID_Vaccine_Provider_List.pdf ( 

Washington State Vaccine Locater

For individuals needing to locate a first dose of Moderna or Pfizer, please check the Vaccine Finder here: Vaccinate WA: COVID-19 Vaccine Availability

Lose Your CDC Card?

If you have lost your CDC COVID vaccination card the best way to get a copy of your immunization record is to visit or email to obtain proof of vaccination. Do not request a replacement card from the vaccine provider. The federal government did not provide extra CDC cards and vaccine providers are not able to provide a duplicate.

If you are unable to locate your vaccine record through or get assistance through the Department of Health, check with your primary care provider. They have access to your immunization record and may be able to help. The state has also released a document with additional information on accepted proof of vaccinations

  1. Who can get an appointment?
  2. How to book an appointment
  3. Commodore Clinic

All Washington residents 16 and older are currently eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination.