Make an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine

please follow these instructions carefully

  1. Visit the DOH Prioritization Guidance Webpage to check eligibility. If you are an eligible ICHS patient, please call 206-788-3700 for an immediate appointment. Do not make your appointment online. If you are not an ICHS patient, please do not call our call center. Use the DOH vaccine locator or check online for an appointment through one of our vaccine locations.
  2. ICHS is following the minimum age requirements from COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers. Therefore we are vaccinating persons 18 years or older.

Vaccine appointments are eligible for all who live or work in Washington State.

what to expect

  • You will be given vaccine safety information.
  • We will observe you for 15 minutes.
  • If you receive the Moderna vaccine, you will schedule your second shot for 28 days later at the same location.


If you are not an ICHS patient, online scheduling is open for space-available, same- and next-day appointments at the below ICHS vaccination locations. Please do not call our call center, you must make your appointment online.

Bush Asia Center

409 Maynard Ave S, Plaza 6
Seattle, WA 98104

Shoreline Clinic

16549 Aurora Ave N

Shoreline, WA 98133

NewHolly Gathering Hall

7054 32nd Ave S

Seattle, WA 98118

For more information

ICHS receives first delivery of COVID-19 vaccines

ICHS staff COVID19 vaccinations

On Dec. 23, International Community Health Services (ICHS) was among the first of the area’s health centers to receive doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and begin vaccinating frontline health workers.

Reactions were jubilant, as staff saw the end of a challenging year and the nation’s largest health crisis, come into sight.

Ping Yang receives COVID19 vaccine
Ping Yang, ICHS acupuncturist

“The shot has no pain at all for me,” said Ping Yang, acupuncturist, first to be delivered the vaccine at the International District Clinic. “At last I don’t have to worry, because I’m seeing patients every time and no one knows who is carrying what. The vaccine is good for me, my family, my community and hopefully I can visit my parents, they are 97 years old.

Community members can be confident that the vaccine is safe and that it works, said Dr. Asqual Getaneh, ICHS chief medical officer. “I enthusiastically rolled up my sleeve to be vaccinated and urge everyone to do the same. It is the best way to look out for yourself, your family and your community. I will now be able to spend Christmas with my 89-year-old father with additional protection and without great anxiety. This is how we stop people from dying and return to normal life.”

The vials of the Moderna vaccine are a milestone in ending the pandemic. Initial supplies will be limited and given to groups at highest risk, such as health care workers and people in long-term care facilities, said Getaneh. The next priority groups will be essential workers with higher risk of exposure, adults with underlying health conditions and adults 65 years and older. Eventually there will be enough for everyone who wants a vaccination. She urged patience, as well as offered a reminder there will still be a need to wear a mask, maintain distancing and practice good hygiene for some time.

In February 2020, ICHS was the first community health center in the nation to see a positive COVID-19 diagnosis. As a result, ICHS has helped set best practices guiding the response of the nation’s nearly 1,400 federally qualified health centers, which collectively serve 30 million people, most of them low income, immigrants and refugees.

For more information

Visit the Public Health – Seattle & King County website for the latest information and updates about vaccine development and distribution.

We encourage you to talk to your ICHS doctor about the vaccine’s benefits. Please visit our page with COVID-19 vaccine updates to learn more. 

Run your own way in the 2021 Lunar New Year Virtual 5k

Lunar New Year Virtual 5k 2021 ICHSICHS Foundation today opened registration for the annual 2021 Lunar New Year 5k at

Beginning on the first week of the Lunar New Year Feb 12th – 18th, the Lunar New Year Virtual 5k’s new format provides more flexibility for participation. Registrants choose their own course and personal day to race, while encouraging safely physically distancing during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Race proceeds fund patient health care access

All race proceeds will fund patient health services for families who could not otherwise afford them.

“Its been a tough year, and ICHS has been on the frontlines caring for patients and our communities.” says Ron Chew, ICHS Foundation Director, “This event is a way for us all to celebrate a new, better year ahead and support our patients.”

The event is hosted by the ICHS Foundation, a separate non-profit that fundraises year round to support ICHS’s patients with free or low-cost health services. The COVID-19 pandemic and disruptions to the health insurance coverage for many Washington residents highlights the importance of providing affordable health care access to anyone who needs it.

Registration is now open

The Lunar New Year Virtual 5k is open to all ages. Participants run or walk the course of their choice during the first week of the Lunar New Year (Feb. 12-18, 2021). Registration is $35 with an early bird discounted price of $30 ending Jan. 12, 2021. Attendees under 14 or 65 and older can participate for free.

COVID-19: Vaccine update

Visit the DOH Prioritization Guidance Webpage to check vaccine eligibility. Eligible ICHS patients, call 206-788-3700 to schedule your COVID-19 vaccine appointment today. If you are not an ICHS patient, please don’t contact our call center. Your appointment must be made online.

The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine has been paused nationwide. Click here to learn more.

Thank you for your interest in the COVID-19 vaccine.

Due to a limited — but growing — supply, the vaccine is being rolled out in phases starting with those most at risk for COVID-19 infection. An organized and equitable distribution of a vaccine is the first step to getting the pandemic under control. ICHS is working with public health and community partners to ensure we get as many doses as possible to as many people as possible. 

Visit the DOH Prioritization Guidance Webpage to see if you are currently eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Vaccine appointments are currently for eligible for anyone who lives or works in Washington State. ICHS is offering COVID-19 appointments to people 18+.

We each have a responsibility to ensure that those around us are protected and we help reduce COVID-19 transmission by being vaccinated. This is the only way we can halt the pandemic and ensure the health of our family members, friends and neighbors.

You should follow CDC guidelines once you are fully vaccinated. To learn more about what to do to protect yourself and others once you’ve been fully vaccinated, visit the CDC website here.

Our state’s timeline

The DOH has released a timeline that will help you understand which priority group you belong to and when it will be your turn to get the vaccine. This timeline is just an estimate and could change based on state and federal vaccine supplies. See the estimated timeline.

FAQs: About Vaccines

The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines approved by the FDA work similarly. They cause the body to develop antibodies (fighter cells). A genetic code of a small part of the virus (the spike protein) is injected into the body; this is taken up by cells, which reproduce the protein. These are then recognized by the body as foreign proteins. The fighter cells work to get rid of the proteins, while creating a memory bank of these proteins to defend against future infection.

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine works differently than the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. A piece of genetic material from the virus’ spike protein is added into another virus. The modified virus enters a cell to put its DNA into the nucleus and give instructions to other cells. Your body reacts by producing antibodies. Your immune system cells then remember how to fight the virus.

The COVID-19 vaccine will be covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance, and will be free if you are uninsured.

The first two COVID-19 vaccines authorized by the FDA, Pfizer and Moderna, both require two shots. The first shot starts building protection. The second one acts as a “booster” to give the most protection. A third vaccine by Johnson & Johnson requires just one shot.

Not getting a vaccination is more than an individual choice, it has a much wider impact on everyone’s health and wellbeing. It will make it harder to achieve herd immunity, a level of immunity that will prevent the virus from circulating in the community, and protect us all. Without immunization, you place yourself at greater risk of severe illness or long-term health issues from COVID-19. When you get the vaccine, you also help protect people in high-risk groups that might not be able to get vaccinated themselves.

Children below age 16 have not been included in the trials and are not considered a priority at this juncture.

Yes. You will not be asked for any proof of citizenship or residency.

Please bring a photo ID with your date of birth. You will not be turned away if you don’t have an ID. If you have health insurance, bring a copy of your insurance card. Please wear a short-sleeved shirt or clothing with sleeves that can be rolled up.

ICHS is following the CDC and FDA recommendation for a pause in the administration of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. ICHS continues to work with public health and community partners to administer Moderna vaccines to protect patients and community members.

FAQs: Vaccine Safety

Vaccine safety is a priority. All COVID-19 vaccines must go through a rigorous and multi-step testing and approval process before they can be used. They will only be approved if they pass safety and effectiveness standards. Many people took part in this testing to see how the vaccines offer protection to people of different ages, races and ethnicities, as well as those with different medical conditions. Vaccines will also be monitored for safety once they are given.


The CDC and FDA recommending a pause in the distribution of the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine. This pause in administering the Janssen vaccine reflects an ongoing process to keep safety as a top priority when it comes to all COVID-19 vaccines.

Your arm may be sore, red or warm to the touch. These symptoms usually go away on their own within a week. Some people report getting a fever, fatigue, headache, chills, or muscle and joint pain. This is a natural response and a sign that your immune system is doing exactly what it is expected to do. It is working to build protection to disease. Vaccines will also be monitored for safety once they are given.

COVID-19 vaccines are being tested in large clinical trials to assess their safety. However, it does take time, and more people need to be vaccinated before we learn about very rare or long-term side effects. That is why safety monitoring will continue by an independent group of experts with the CDC. They will provide regular safety updates for our immediate action.

Over 6.8 million American have received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and it’s proven to be a very safe and effective vaccine in preventing severe and fatal cases of COVID-19. You should expect to have side effects such as soreness in the arm, fever and a headache. 

However, you should look out for these symptoms: a severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath within three weeks after vaccination. Contact your health care provider if you experience these.

No, the vaccine will not cause the COVID-19 illness. The vaccine is made up of only a part of the virus (the spike protein), just enough for the body to recognize as a foreign material to produce antibodies. For this reason, the vaccination cannot create a false positive COVID-19 test.

No, while the vaccine is made of a genetic material, it does not interact with the genome. It encodes for specific proteins (in this case the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus), which then gets decoded by the ribosome (protein making organelle/part of a cell) located outside of the nucleus where our genome is housed. mRNA in the cell is also degraded relatively quickly limiting long-lasting impact.

Yes, you can receive COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant or breastfeeding. Even though pregnant and breastfeeding women were not included in the clinical trials, experts support vaccination to prevent infection. Read here and here to learn more.

If you have had an immediate allergic reaction — even if it was not severe — to a vaccine or injectable therapy for another disease, ask your doctor if you should get a COVID-19 vaccine. Your doctor will help you decide if it is safe. If you have a severe allergic reaction to the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, which both require two doses, the CDC advises against getting the second dose. The CDC also recommends that people who are allergic to PEG or polysorbate should not get a COVID-19 vaccine.

People with a history of severe allergic reactions not related to vaccines or injectable medications — such as food, pet, venom, environmental, or latex allergies — should get vaccinated. People with a history of allergies to oral medications or a family history of severe allergic reactions may also get vaccinated.

It is safe to be vaccinated if you have mild, cold-like symptoms but we ask you to reschedule if you have a fever.

Some people feel sick after vaccination. These symptoms are the same symptoms we get when we have the infection and are a sign of the body working hard to fight the infection and develop antibodies.

FAQs: Vaccine Effectiveness

No, the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines, while using the same approach, are different from each other. So the second dose should be the same vaccine.

We don’t know how long protection lasts for those who get infected or those who are vaccinated. What we do know is that COVID-19 has caused very serious illness and death for a lot of people. Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is a safer choice.

You will still need to practice precautions like wearing a mask, social distancing, handwashing and other hygiene measures until many more people are vaccinated. This is because there’s still a chance you could pass the virus to someone else even though you don’t get sick yourself.

Multiple SARS-CoV-2 variants are circulating globally and scientists are working to learn more about them. The current vaccines were designed around earlier versions of coronavirus, but scientists believe they should still work against new variants, although perhaps not quite as well.

We can expect variants to continue to emerge in the future as the virus evolves. Efforts are now underway to redesign the current vaccines to be a better match. In the future, we may need a new COVID-19 shot each year like we do with flu immunizations, to account for any changes in circulating viruses.

If you’ve had COVID-19, you have natural immunity that may last months to years but is not indefinite. People who have had COVID-19 are advised to get the vaccine because they could still be reinfected and could still possibly infect someone else.

Both the vaccines from Pfizer and from Moderna have two doses. After only one shot your protection might be around 50%. The second shot provides a boost that gives strong, long-lasting immunity. After both shots, the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines have 94% and 95% efficacy, respectively.

It will take about a week after the second shot of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for you to have the vaccine’s full protection. You will have full protection from the Johnson & Johnson vaccine one week after your shot.

The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines currently approved by the FDA require two shots to be fully effective. A third vaccine by Johnson & Johnson requires only one shot. The CDC says your second shot can be scheduled up to 6 weeks (42 days) after the first and remain effective. If a delay occurs, there is no need to repeat the first shot again.

The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines both work well, offering strong protection after two shots and over 90% protective across age groups and racial and ethnic groups. A third vaccine by Johnson & Johnson has been shown to offer strong protection but was paused nationwide by the CDC and FDA as of April 13 to examine data of reported six cases of adverse events. These six cases represent a fraction of a percent of the 6.8 million people in the United States who have received the Janssen vaccine.

The evidence is clear — you should get the first vaccine available to you instead of waiting for a particular one. This is the best way to protect yourself, as well as everyone else. Immunizing as many people as possible, as quickly as possible, will help us to reduce overall COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths.

A study suggesting the Pfizer vaccine was less effective among Asian Americans did not have not enough people participating from within those groups to give data for a firm conclusion. There is no reason to believe that any one vaccine is less effective among Asians and NHPI, AIAN or multiracial groups.

You should follow CDC guidelines once you are fully vaccinated. Continue taking precautions in public places by wearing a mask, staying 6 feet apart from others, avoiding crowds and poorly ventilated spaces, and wash your hands often. To learn more about what to do to protect yourself and others once you’ve been fully vaccinated, visit the CDC website here.

Регистрация онлайн на бесплатный тест на COVID-19

Bellevue College COVID Testing

International Community Health Services предлагает бесплатные тесты на COVID-19 в трех местах: в своей клинике в International District в Сиэтле, в своей клинике в Shoreline и в Bellevue College. Тестирование в Белвью стало возможным благодаря партнерству с Отделом здравоохранения округа Кинг, Bellevue College и University of Washington. Тест можно сделать на улице или не выходя из машины, независимо от вашего гражданства/иммиграционного статуса и наличия страховки.

Если у вас имеются симптомы и был контакт с носителем COVID-19 за последние 14 дней, срочно сделайте тест! Если у вас нет симптомов, но был контакт с носителем COVID-19, подождите 5-7 дней после контакта, прежде чем делать тест.


  • Удостоверение личности с фото и датой рождения.  Тестирование проводится независимо от гражданства/иммиграционного статуса.
  • Карточка медицинского страхования, если вы застрахованы. Если у вас есть страховка, Medicare или Medicaid, предоставьте эту информацию, и лаборатория выставит им счет. Вам не придется платить за тест.
  • Для записи на тест вам не обязательно иметь страховку или направление врача.

Симптомы COVID-19 включают:

  • Высокая температура или озноб
  • Кашель
  • Одышка или затрудненное дыхание
  • Утомляемость
  • Боль в мышцах или ломота в теле
  • Головная боль
  • Новая потеря чувства вкуса или запаха
  • Воспаление горла
  • Заложенный нос или насморк
  • Тошнота или рвота
  • Понос

Приоритет отдается тем, у кого имеются симптомы COVID-19 или был контакт с носителем COVID-19.

1. Запишитесь на тест

Выберите один из нижеперечисленных пунктов тестирования. Прежде чем отправляться в пункт тестирования, зарегистрируйтесь онлайн.

Bellevue College

С понедельника по субботу 9:00-17:00
2645 145th Ave SE, Bellevue

Клиника ICHS International District

По понедельника и пятницам 9:30-15:00
720 8th Ave S, Seattle

Клиника ICHS Shoreline

По вторникам и четвергам 9:30-15:00
16549 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline

2. Посетите пункт тестирования

Возьмите с собой удостоверение личности и карточку медицинского страхования. При посещении пункта тестирования наденьте маску. Процедура займет около 15 минут.

Bellevue College

После теста сохраните бумагу с QR-кодом, которую вам дадут, или сфотографируйте ее на телефон. Ниже показан пример QR-кода:

Клиника ICHS International District И SHORELINE

В обеих клиниках ICHS можно записаться на тест не выходя из автомобиля или на улице. Это пункты самостоятельного тестирования, т.е. пациент сам берет мазок под наблюдением медработника. Если нужно, вам предоставят переводчика.

3. Получите результаты

Результаты будут готовы через 24-72 часов. Вы не получите уведомления о том, что результат теста готов. Вам позвонят только в случае положительного результата теста.

Bellevue College

Чтобы узнать результат, вы можете:
a) Отсканировать QR-код на телефон при помощи специальной программы ИЛИ
b) Щелкнуть здесь и ввести 16-значный поисковый код и дату рождения

Клиника ICHS International District И SHORELINE

Чтобы узнать результат, вы можете:
a) Отсканировать QR-код на телефон при помощи специальной программы, ИЛИ
b) Создать аккаунт на сайте LabCorp, ИЛИ
с) Загрузить приложение LabCorp для пациентов в свой телефон

Примечание: ICHS не является учреждением скорой медицинской помощи и не предоставляет лечение от COVID-19 и тестирование на антитела. Рекомендуем регулярно посещать веб-сайт Отдела здравоохранения округа Кинг, где публикуются последние сообщения в области здравоохранения.

Regístrese en línea para hacerse la prueba gratuita del COVID-19

Bellevue College COVID Testing

Los Servicios médicos de la comunidad internacional (International Community Health Services) están ahora ofreciendo pruebas del COVID-19 gratuitas en tres lugares: en la clínica del Distrito internacional en Seattle, en la clínica de Shoreline y en Bellevue College. Las pruebas en Bellevue se hacen posible a través de una alianza con Salud Pública del condado de King, Bellevue College y la Universidad de Washington. Las pruebas en coche (drive-thru) y a pie, están disponibles para todos sin importar su ciudadanía/situación migratoria o si no tiene seguro médico.

Si está experimentando síntomas y se ha expuesto a alguien con COVID-19 en los últimos 14 días, ¡hágase la prueba inmediatamente! Si usted no tiene síntomas, pero se expuso a alguien con COVID-19, espere de 5 a 7 días desde la fecha de exposición para hacerse la prueba.


  • Una identificación con fotografía que contenga su fecha de nacimiento. La prueba está disponible sin importar su ciudadanía o estatus migratorio.
  • Tarjeta de su seguro médico, si lo tiene. Si cuenta con seguro médico, Medicare o Medicaid debe proporcionar esta información y el laboratorio les enviará la factura directamente. No se le cobrará por la prueba.
  • No necesita tener seguro médico ni una nota de un médico para programar una cita para hacerse la prueba.

Los síntomas del COVID-19 son, entre otros:

  • Fiebre o escalofríos
  • Tos
  • Falta de aire o dificultad para respirar
  • Fatiga
  • Dolores musculares y corporales
  • Dolor de cabeza
  • Pérdida del olfato o del gusto
  • Dolor de garganta
  • Congestión o escurrimiento nasal
  • Náuseas o vómito
  • Diarrea

Damos prioridad a las pruebas para aquellos que actualmente tienen síntomas del COVID-19 o han tenido contacto con alguien que obtuvo resultados positivos.

1. Haga una cita para hacerse la prueba

Escoja un lugar de los que se mencionan a continuación. Por favor regístrese en línea antes de ir al sitio.

Bellevue College

De lunes a sábado, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
2645 145th Ave SE, Bellevue

Cliníca ICHS del Distrito Internacional

Lunes y viernes, 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
720 8th Ave S, Seattle

Cliníca ICHS de Shoreline

Martes y jueves, 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
16549 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline

2. Visite el sitio de pruebas

Por favor traiga su identificación con fotografía y su tarjeta de seguro a su cita. Póngase su mascarilla/cubrebocas cuando visite el sitio. El proceso tomará alrededor de 15 minutos.

Bellevue College

Después de la prueba, recuerde guardar el papel con el código QR o tome una fotografía del papel que le entreguen en el sitio de la prueba. Vea el ejemplo de un código QR a continuación:


Las citas para pruebas en coche (drive-thru) y a pie, están disponibles en ambos lugares ICHS. Estos son sitios de auto-pruebas, donde las personas realizan su propia prueba frotando su nariz con un hisopo nasal mientras son observados por un proveedor de atención médica. Hay traducciones disponibles si necesita asistencia lingüística.

3. Obtenga sus resultados

Sus resultados estarán listos entre 24 y 72 horas. No recibirá una notificación cuando estén disponibles. Recibirá una llamada telefónica si el resultado de su prueba es positivo.

Bellevue College

Para encontrar sus resultados, haga lo siguiente:
a) Escanee su código QR utilizando la aplicación de la cámara en su teléfono, o
b) Haga clic aquí para ingresar el código de recuperación de 16 dígitos y su fecha de nacimiento.


Para encontrar sus resultados, haga lo siguiente:
a) Escanee el código QR debajo, utilizando la aplicación de la cámara en su teléfono, o
b) Abra una cuenta de LabCorp en, o
c) Descargue la aplicación para pacientes de LabCorp en su teléfono

Tenga en cuenta: ICHS no es un centro médico de emergencia y no brindamos tratamiento para COVID-19 ni pruebas de anticuerpos. Recomendamos visitar regularmente el sitio web del Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de King para obtener la información más actualizada de salud pública.

COVID-19 की मुफ़्त जांच के लिए ऑनलाइन पंजीकरण करें

Bellevue College COVID Testing

अंतर्राष्ट्रीय सामुदायिक स्वास्थ्य सेवाएं अब तीन स्थानों पर COVID-19 की मुफ़्त जांच प्रदान कर रही हैं: सीएटल में अपने अंतर्राष्ट्रीय ज़िला क्लिनिक में, अपने शोरलाइन क्लिनिक में और बेलेव्यू कॉलेज में। बेलेव्यू में किंग काउंटी सार्वजनिक स्वास्थ्य, बेलेव्यू कॉलेज और वॉशिंगटन विश्वविद्यालय के साथ साझेदारी के माध्यम से जांच संभव हो पायी है। आपकी नागरिकता/आप्रवासन या बीमा की चाहे जो भी स्थिति हो, ड्राइव-थ्रू और वॉक अप टेस्टिंग सबके लिए उपलब्ध है।

अगर आपको लक्षण (लक्षणों) का अनुभव हो रहा है और पिछले 14 दिनों में आप COVID-19 से ग्रस्त किसी व्यक्ति के संपर्क में आये हैं तो आपको तुरंत जांच करवानी चाहिए! अगर आपको किसी लक्षण का अनुभव नहीं हो रहा, लेकिन आप COVID-19 से ग्रस्त किसी व्यक्ति के संपर्क में आये हैं तो जांच करवाने के लिए संपर्क में आने के दिन से 5-7 दिन तक इंतज़ार करें।

मुफ़्त जांच करवाने के लिए आपको किन चीज़ों की ज़रुरत होगी

  • अपनी जन्मतिथि के साथ एक फोटो आईडी की। जांच सबके लिए उपलब्ध है, आपकी नागरिकता/आप्रवासन की स्थिति चाहे जो भी हो।
  • अगर आपने बीमा करवाया है तो आपका बीमा कार्ड। अगर आपके पास बीमा, मेडिकेयर या मेडीकैड, है तो कृपया उसकी जानकारी प्रदान करें और लैब उनके पास बिल भेज देगा। जांच के लिए आपसे पैसे नहीं लिए जायेंगे।
  • जांच का समय निर्धारित करने के लिए आपके पास बीमा या प्रदाता का नोट होना ज़रुरी नहीं है।

COVID-19 के लक्षणों में निम्नलिखित शामिल हैं:

  • बुखार या ठंड लगना
  • खांसी
  • हांफना या सांस लेने में तकलीफ
  • थकान
  • मांसपेशी या शरीर में दर्द
  • सिरदर्द
  • स्वाद या सूंघने की क्षमता ख़त्म होना
  • गले में दर्द
  • नाक बंद होना या बहना
  • मिचली या उलटी
  • दस्त

अगर आपको ID क्लिनिक में पंजीकरण अगर आप वर्तमान में COVID-19 के लक्षणों का अनुभव कर रहे हैं या अगर आप किसी COVID-19 पॉजिटिव व्यक्ति के संपर्क में आये हैं तो आपकी जांच को वरीयता दी जाती है।

1. जांच का समय निर्धारित करें

नीचे जांच का स्थान चुनें। उस स्थान पर जाने से पहले कृपया ऑनलाइन पंजीकरण करें।

बेलेव्यू कॉलेज

सोमवार-शनिवार, सुबह 9:00 बजे-शाम 5:00 बजे
2645 145th Ave SE, Bellevue

ICHS अंतर्राष्ट्रीय ज़िला क्लिनिक

सोमवार और शुक्रवार, सुबह 9:30 बजे-शाम 3:00 बजे
720 8th Ave S, Seattle

ICHS शोरलाइन डिस्ट्रिक्ट क्लिनिक

मंगलवार और गुरुवार, सुबह 9:30 बजे-शाम 3:00 बजे
16549 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline

2. जांच स्थल पर आएं

कृपया अपने अपॉइंटमेंट पर अपने साथ अपना फोटो आईडी और बीमा कार्ड लेकर आएं। स्थान पर आने पर अपना मुंह ढंककर रखें। इस प्रक्रिया में लगभग 15 मिनट का समय लगेगा।

बेलेव्यू कॉलेज

जांच के बाद, QR कोड का पेपर बचाकर रखना न भूलें या जांच स्थल पर आपको जो पेपर दिया जाता है उसकी फोटो लें। नीचे QR कोड का उदाहरण दिया गया है:

ICHS अंतर्राष्ट्रीय ज़िला और शोरलाइन क्लिनिक

ICHS के दोनों स्थानों पर ड्राइव-थ्रू और वॉक-अप अपॉइंटमेंट उपलब्ध हैं। ये सेल्फ-स्वैब स्थल हैं, जहाँ व्यक्ति एक स्वास्थ्य देखभाल प्रदाता की देखरेख में अपना ख़ुद का स्वैब लेते हैं। भाषा में सहायता की ज़रुरत पड़ने पर अनुवाद उपलब्ध है।

3. अपने परिणाम लें

आपके परिणाम 24-72 घंटे में तैयार हो जायेंगे। आपके परिणाम उपलब्ध होने पर आपको सूचना नहीं दी जाएगी। अगर आपकी जांच के परिणाम पॉजिटिव आते हैं तब आपके पास एक फोन कॉल आएगा।

बेलेव्यू कॉलेज

अपना परिणाम पता लगाने के लिए, या तो:
a) अपने फोन के कैमरा ऐप का इस्तेमाल करके अपना QR कोड स्कैन करें, या
b) अपना 16 अंक वाला रिट्रीवल कोड और अपनी जन्म तिथि डालने के लिए यहाँ क्लिक करें

ICHS अंतर्राष्ट्रीय ज़िला और शोरलाइन क्लिनिक

अपना परिणाम पता लगाने के लिए, या तो:
a) अपने फोन के कैमरा ऐप का इस्तेमाल करके नीचे दिया गया अपना QR कोड स्कैन करें, या
b) पर अपना LabCorp खाता बनाएं, या
c) अपने फोन पर LabCorp पेशेंट ऐप डाउनलोड करें

कृपया ध्यान दें: ICHS आपातकालीन चिकित्सा सुविधा नहीं है और हम COVID-19 का उपचार या एंटीबॉडी परीक्षण प्रदान नहीं कर रहे हैं। सबसे नवीनतम सार्वजनिक स्वास्थ्य जानकारी के लिए हम आपको नियमित रूप से किंग काउंटी सार्वजनिक स्वास्थ्य विभाग की वेबसाइट पर जाने की सलाह देते हैं।

무료 COVID-19 검사를 위해 온라인으로 등록하세요

Bellevue College COVID Testing

국제 지역사회 의료 서비스(ICHS; International Community Health Services)는 현재 시애틀의 국제 지구(ID; International District) 클리닉과 벨뷰 대학(Bellevue College)의 두 곳에서 무료 COVID-19 검사를 제공하고 있습니다. 벨뷰에서의 검사는 킹 카운티 공중 보건국(King County Public Health)과의 협력을 통해 가능하게 되었습니다. 귀하의 시민권/이민 또는 보험 상태에 관계없이 모든 분들이 드라이브-스루(drive-thru) 및 워크-업(walk-up) 검사를 이용하실 수 있습니다.

한 가지 이상의 증상이 나타나고 지난 14일 이내에 COVID-19 확진자에게 노출된 경우, 즉시 검사를 받으십시오! COVID-19 확진자에게 노출되었지만 증상이 없는 경우, 노출된 날로부터 5-7 일을 기다린 후 검사를 받으십시오.

무료 검사를 받는데 필요한 것들

  • 생년월일이 명시되어 있는 사진이 있는 신분증. 시민권/이민 신분에 관계없이 검사가 가능합니다.
  • 보험이 있으신 경우에는 보험 카드. 보험, 메디케어(Medicare) 또는 메디케이드(Medicaid)가 있으신 경우, 이 정보를 제공해주시면 실험실에서 보험에 비용을 청구할 것입니다. 귀하에게는 검사 비용이 청구되지 않습니다.
  • 검사 일정을 잡기 위해 보험이나 의사의 진단서가 필요하지 않습니다.

COVID-19 증상들은 다음과 같습니다:

  • 발열 또는 오한
  • 기침
  • 숨 가쁨 또는 호흡 곤란
  • 피로
  • 근육통 또는 몸살
  • 두통
  • 새로운 미각 또는 후각의 상실
  • 인후염
  • 코 막힘 또는 콧물
  • 메스꺼움 또는 구토
  • 설사

검사는 현재 증상들을 보이시는 분들과 COVID-19 확진자와 접촉하셨던 분들에게 우선으로 제공됩니다.

1. 검사 일정을 잡으세요

아래에서 검사 장소를 선택하십시오. 검사 장소로 가시기 전에 온라인으로 등록하십시오.

벨뷰 대학(Bellevue College)

월요일-토요일, 오전9:00-오후5:00
2645 145th Ave SE, Bellevue

ICHS 국제 지구(International District) 클리닉

월요일 및 금요일, 오전9:30-오후3:00
720 8th Ave S, Seattle


화요일 및 목요일, 오전 9:30-오후 3:00
16549 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline

2. 검사 장소를 방문하세요

검사하러 오실 때, 사진이 있는 신분증과 보험 카드를 지참하십시오. 검사 장소를 방문하실 때에는 마스크를 착용하십시오. 검사 과정은 약 15 분 정도 소요됩니다.

벨뷰 대학(Bellevue College)

검사 받으신 후에, 검사 장소에서 받으신QR 코드 종이를 잘 보관하시거나 사진을 찍어 두십시오. 다음은 QR 코드의 예입니다:

ICHS 국제 지구(International District) & Shoreline clinics

ICHS 두 지점 모두에서 드라이브-스루(drive-thru) 및 워크-업(walk-up) 예약이 가능합니다. 이 두 지점은 자가 표본 채취 지점으로, 의료 서비스 제공자의 관찰 아래 본인이 직접 면봉으로 표본을 채취하게 됩니다. 언어 지원이 필요한 경우 통역이 가능합니다.

3. 검사 결과를 알아보세요

검사 결과는 24-72시간 내에 준비됩니다. 검사 결과가 나오더라도 알림을 받지 않으실 것입니다. 검사 결과가 양성이면 전화 연락을 받으실 것입니다.

벨뷰 대학(Bellevue College)

검사 결과를 알아보시려면:
1) 받으신QR 코드를 핸드폰 카메라 어플을 사용하여 스캔하거나,
2) 여기를 클릭하여 16자리의 검색 코드와 생년월일을 입력하세요

ICHS 국제 지구(International District) & Shoreline clinics

검사 결과를 알아보시려면:
1) 받으신QR 코드를 핸드폰 카메라 어플을 사용하여 스캔하거나,
2) LabCorp 계정을 https://patient.labcorp.com에서 개설하시거나,
3) LabCorp 환자 어플을 귀하의 핸드폰에 다운로드 받으세요

참고 사항: ICHS는 응급 의료시설이 아니며 COVID-19 치료 또는 항체 검사를 제공하지 않습니다. 최신 공중 보건 정보를 확인하시려면 킹 카운티 공중 보건국 웹 사이트를 정기적으로 방문하실 것을 권면합니다.


Bellevue College COVID Testing

國際診所(International Community Health Services)目前正分別在其西雅圖唐人街國際區和Shoreline區的診所,還有貝爾維尤學院 (Bellevue College)這三個地點提供免費的COVID-19檢測。貝爾維尤的檢測點是與金縣公共衛生部、貝爾維尤學院和華盛頓大學共同合作的檢測站。無論公民、移民身份如何或是否有保險,所有人都可以通過“駕車直通”和“步行抵達”來獲得檢測。

如果您有症狀,並且在過去的14天曾經與 COVID-19 患者接觸過,請立即進行檢測!如果您沒有症狀但接觸過 COVID-19 患者,請等到在接觸時間之後的5-7天才進行檢測。


  • 有照片和出生日期的身份證。無論您的公民/移民身份如何,都可獲得檢測。
  • 如有保險,提供保險卡。如果您有保險、聯邦醫療保險(Medicare)或醫療補助計劃(Medicaid),請提供這些資料以便讓實驗室向他們收費。您將不需要支付檢測的任何費用。
  • 您不需要有保險批准或醫生證明來報名預約檢測。

COVID-19 症狀包括:

  • 發燒或發冷
  • 咳嗽
  • 呼吸急促或呼吸困難
  • 疲勞
  • 肌肉或身體疼痛
  • 頭痛
  • 新發的味覺或嗅覺的喪失
  • 咽喉痛
  • 鼻塞或流鼻涕
  • 噁心或嘔吐
  • 腹瀉

如果當前您有COVID-19 的症狀或曾與 COVID-19 陽性檢測結果的任何人有過接觸,您的檢測將優先進行。

1. 預約您的檢測



2645 145th Ave SE, Bellevue


週一和周五,上午9:30 至下午3:00
720 8th Ave S, Seattle


週二和周四,上午9:30 至下午3:00
16549 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline

2. 前往檢測站點



檢測後,請記住保存好工作人員交給您的 QR 碼紙條或把它拍照下來。以下是 QR 碼的範本:

唐人街國際診所 & SHORELINE國際診所


3. 獲取結果

您的檢測結果將在 24-72 小時內準備好。當您的檢測有了結果時,您將不會收到通知。但如果您的檢測結果為陽性,您將收到電話通知。


a)使用手機上的相機掃描您的QR 碼,或者

唐人街國際診所 & SHORELINE國際診所

a)使用手機上的相機掃描以下的QR 碼,或
b)上網https://patient.labcorp.com建立一個 LabCorp 帳號,或
c)在手機上下載 LabCorp 患者應用程序

請注意:國際診所不是緊急醫療機構,我們不提供 COVID-19 的治療或抗體檢測。我們建議您定期瀏覽金縣公共衛生部網站,了解最新的公共衛生資訊。