COVID-19 Resources & Information For Employees & Individuals
We're here to help you connect to available resources and information. All our SLU employees and residents are hard hit during this difficult time. We will post updates as new information becomes available.
How You Can Help
SLU Chamber Small Business & Nonprofit Relief FUND
This fund is intended to help support South Lake Union’s small businesses & nonprofits impacted by COVID-19. While there are multiple grant relief resources becoming available, we have identified gaps that leave some of our neighborhood businesses and nonprofits without relief opportunities. This fund aims to address any funding gaps and support all South Lake Union small businesses & nonprofits. We are currently collecting contributions to the fund with a goal of $250,000.
Help us reach our $250,000 goal
Please donate to Round 2 of our #SLUChamberFund so we can continue to aid our South Lake Union community!
With the larger employers not returning to South Lake Union until mid or late 2021, the foot traffic South Lake Union is used to won't be anywhere near normal. We know that some of the hardest days are still ahead for our businesses and nonprofits. We need your donations now more than ever!
Businesses and individuals! No amount is too small. Help us reach our goal of $250,000.
Join the list of generous donors: 400 Fairview, Amazon, BECU, Google, Kaiser Permanente, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Seattle Children's Research Institute, The Mirabella Seattle Foundation, Vulcan Inc., Umpqua Bank, and many individual donors!
City of Seattle COVID-19 Vaccination
Vaccines are in limited supply and how many doses Seattle gets and who gets them is determined by the state and federal government. City of Seattle is currently vaccinating people 16 years-old and older who live or work in King County.
To qualify for a vaccination, you must attest to being the following:
- 16 years or older
Age Guidelines per vaccine:
- The Moderna vaccine is only for patients 18 years-old or older.
- The Pfizer vaccine is only for patients 16 years-old or older.
- The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are not interchangeable.
Dose 2 Guidelines:
- For Pfizer and Moderna, you can schedule either Dose 1 and Dose 2 together OR Dose 2 separately.
- Make sure to register separately for your Dose 2 at this City of Seattle Registration Link and to choose the same vaccine as your first dose.
- If you received your Dose 1 from another provider, you must bring proof of your vaccine via vaccine card or immunization record:
- Vaccine card with Dose 1 information
- Print out information from your https://myirmobile.com/ account
If you would like more information about the City’s vaccination efforts, you can visit www.seattle.gov/vaccine.
Book Your Appointments
First and Second Dose
If you are 16 or older, live or work in King County, and have not yet received a COVID-19 vaccination, you can book your first and second doses today at any of the four City of Seattle affiliated fixed vaccination sites at the Lumen Field Event Center, at North Seattle College, in Rainier Beach, and in West Seattle.
You'll book your first and second doses at the same time, so make sure both appointment dates work for you!
Second Dose Only
If you already received your first dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine and are looking for your second dose, you can book a second dose appointment at the Seattle Fire Department Vaccination Hubs in Rainier Beach and West Seattle. You must choose the same vaccine as your first dose, and if you received your first dose from another provider, you must bring your vaccine care to your second dose appointment.
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