COVID-19 Services

COVID Services

Fairweather offers the following COVID-related services:

COVID-19 Testing

Our testing sites are now closed.

COVID-19 Vaccinations

COVID vaccine administrationLocation & Hours of Operations

  • 1130 N Muldoon Suite 110 in the Tikahtnu Commons shopping plaza next to the Pita Pit restaurant
  • Hours of Operation: Seven days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


We vaccinate all ages eligible for COVID-19 vaccination, including booster doses. More information regarding eligibility can be found on the CDC website.


Walk-ins are welcome or you can register in advance by finding our location on the Anchorage COVID Vaccine website or the State COVID Vaccine website.

COVID-19 Vaccination FAQs

  • What brands of Vaccines are offered? Moderna and Pfizer
  • Do you offer J&J (Janssen) vaccines? Currently, the Federal government is no longer distributing J&J COVID-19 vaccinations. We do not have any doses of J&J (Janssen) at this time.
  • What ages do you vaccinate? We vaccinate all ages! At this time, COVID-19 vaccines are available for ages 5+. It is anticipated that doses will be available for ages 6 months to 4 years in April of 2022.
  • Do you give COVID-19 vaccine booster doses? Yes, we have Pfizer and Moderna booster doses. Ages 12+ are eligible for booster doses. Those who are moderately to severely immunocompromised are encouraged to get a third dose of Pfizer or Moderna 28 days after their second dose and then a booster (fourth dose) three months after their third dose. Those who have had one dose of the J&J (Janssen) vaccine are encouraged to receive the second dose of vaccine with either Pfizer or Moderna two months after their initial J&J dose.
  • What is the cost of vaccination? COVID-19 vaccines are free for all regardless of insurance.
  • How do I get a vaccine replacement card? If you received your COVID-19 Vaccine and you have lost your vaccination card, you must submit the State of Alaska immunization record request form in order to receive a replacement card. We cannot fill out a new vaccine card for you.

COVID-19 Treatment

Have you tested positive for COVID, and are you at high risk for developing severe COVID?

If you are uninsured/underinsured or do not have a healthcare provider in Alaska, please call (907) 764-3142 to speak to one of our medical professionals about receiving treatment for COVID-19 with oral antiviral medication. Monoclonal antibodies are no longer available as of June 30, 2022. Oral antiviral medication reduces the risk for severe disease and hospitalization due to COVID.

Those who do not have access to COVID-19 testing can be given a free rapid-antigen test.