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Registration Options for DeafBlind Only:

1. Online – http://www.seattle.gov/mayor/covid-19/covid-19-testing

2. Contact the DeafBlind Service Center (DBSC) via email: or VP: 206-455-7932. A Client Advocate will assist you with online registration

3. Contact the City of Seattle Costumer Service department at: 206-684-2489

4. In person at the COVID testing site.

Important: Please contact DBSC to make an interpreter request via email: or VP: 206. 257.2754.

Four City of Seattle Sites:

1. North Site – Drive-through only

Address: 12040 Aurora Ave. N.

Monday – Saturday 9:30am – 5:30pm

2. SODO Site – Drive-through only

Address: 3820 – 6th Ave. S.

Monday – Saturday 9:30am – 5:30pm

3. Southeast Seattle Site – Walk-in only (some parking available onsite)

This site is ADA accessible for pedestrians.

Address: 8815 Seward Park Ave. S. (enter off Henderson)

Monday, Wednesday – Saturday 9:30am – 5:30pm

4. Chief Seattle High School (West Seattle)  – Walk-in only (some parking available onsite)

Address: 2801 SW Thistle St. 98126

Open Mon-Sat, 9:30am-5:30pm

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q.  When should someone get a test?

A.  Anyone who has symptoms such as: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea. OR, if you have been around someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Q.  What if I think I need to get a test?

A.  If you have a primary care doctor, call their office and speak to someone about your symptoms. They can help you decide what to do next. If you do not have a doctor, you can register online to schedule an appointment at a City testing site. Or, you can just show up to get a test at one of the City sites. It will take longer if you do not register ahead of time.

Q.  How many times should I get a test?

A.  Some people may need to get more than one test over time. Some people might never need to get a test. When and if you experience symptoms or are around someone who has tested positive, you should get a test. If you have no symptoms and no exposure to someone with COVID-19, you do not need to get a test.

Q.  What information do I need to provide when I register and get a test?

A.  You will need some form of ID with your birthdate on it. You do not need to be a citizen or provide any other documents. You will be asked to provide insurance information if you have it. You will not be charged anything, and you do not have to have insurance to get a test.

More information is available on the King County Public Health website:


Or, call the King County COVID Call Center: 206-477-3977 between 8am and 7pm.

Angela Theriault

Executive Director

DeafBlind Service Center

1620 18th Ave. Suite #200

Seattle, WA 98122

VP: 206.257.2754



The DeafBlind Service Center (DBSC) will be closed to the public until further notice. PLEASE NOTE that we will be working remotely to continue to serve our community. Please contact:  or call: 206.323.9178 for assistance. Thank You.*