COVID-19 Vaccine

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Current Vaccination Stage = Phase 1b-Tier1

In January, the state moved into Phase 1b-Tier1, meaning all adults in Washington over the age of 65 are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Additionally, people 50 and older who live in multigenerational households are also eligible if they meet certain conditions. See below to learn where and how to get vaccinated.

Due to limited supply of vaccine, not everyone will be able to access a vaccine right away, and you may experience delays due to the very high volume of inquiries. Access will improve as the supply chain widens and providers across King County receive more doses. As this happens, more vaccination phases/tiers will move forward (learn more about each phase here).

Mobile vaccination teams are also reaching out to highest risk older adults, including those residing in adult family homes. Larger retirement homes and assisted living facilities already have vaccination programs underway.

Learn how to get vaccinated in King County and read more about the expanded vaccination eligibility for Phase 1b-Tier1.

If you or a loved one have limited online access or difficulty navigating the King County or State pages, call the state COVID hotline at 1-800-525-0127 for assistance.


Where to Get the Vaccine


About the Vaccines


How the Vaccine Works



Vaccine Resources


Vaccine Data Dashboards


Current Vaccination Stage = Phase 1b-Tier1

In January, the state moved into Phase 1b-Tier1, meaning all adults in Washington over the age of 65 are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Additionally, people 50 and older who live in multigenerational households are also eligible if they meet certain conditions. See below to learn where and how to get vaccinated.

Due to limited supply of vaccine, not everyone will be able to access a vaccine right away, and you may experience delays due to the very high volume of inquiries. Access will improve as the supply chain widens and providers across King County receive more doses. As this happens, more vaccination phases/tiers will move forward (learn more about each phase here).

Mobile vaccination teams are also reaching out to highest risk older adults, including those residing in adult family homes. Larger retirement homes and assisted living facilities already have vaccination programs underway.

Learn how to get vaccinated in King County and read more about the expanded vaccination eligibility for Phase 1b-Tier1.

If you or a loved one have limited online access or difficulty navigating the King County or State pages, call the state COVID hotline at 1-800-525-0127 for assistance.


Where to Get the Vaccine


About the Vaccines


How the Vaccine Works



Vaccine Resources


Vaccine Data Dashboards