Sign up Tuesday for Janssen vaccine this weekend in BI

  • Monday, April 26, 2021 4:00pm
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The Bainbridge Island Community Pharmacy is receiving second doses of the Pfizer vaccine this week.

A limited amount of single dose Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccines will also be available this weekend.

As for the Pfizer vaccines: second-dose appointments are booked for this weekend for individuals who received their first dose at Commodore Options School gym April 10-11.

As for the Janssen vaccines, single dose appointments will be made for May 1 and May 2 at Commodore. Slots will be released April 27 at noon. Sign up at You can pre-register and enter your details to save time once the appointments are open. Janssen is only approved for individuals 18 and over.

Patients under age 18 should be accompanied by a parent or guardian. If that is not possible they must have their screening form signed by their parent or guardian ahead of time and have a phone number where they can be reached if needed.

General parking is available near the Aquatics Center, 8521 Madison Ave. N. Patients will be asked to wait on site 15 – 30 minutes after their vaccine for observation. For general inquiries or questions, email

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