COVID Vaccine Info

Starting April 15, 2021, everyone 16 and older in Washington is eligible for COVID-19 vaccination.


Eligibility & Registration info for Mass Vaccination Sites (click here)

Vaccine Locator (Washington State Department of Health)


When are appointments posted for the mass vaccination sites?

  • Appointments for the sites at Edmonds College and Boeing Everett Activity Center, when doses are available, will open for a week at a time, typically posting over the weekend or early in the week (Monday or Tuesday).
  • Appointments for the sites in Arlington, Monroe, Boom City in Tulalip and Angel Of The Winds Arena in Everett, when doses are available, will open for one or two days at a time, typically posting 2 p.m. or earlier.

Please note that exact timing for opening appointments may vary from the target schedule listed above based on vaccine availability.

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Adolescents and vaccination

At the mass vaccination sites operated by the Snohomish County Vaccine Taskforce, people who are 16 and older may be vaccinated with parent or guardian consent for the Pfizer vaccine. An adult parent or legal guardian must accompany anyone under 18 to the vaccination appointment to sign the consent form on site. They should also bring identification showing proof of age for the minor, such as a driver’s license or birth certificate. 

SECOND DOSES

According to CDC guidelines, individuals should receive two doses of the Moderna vaccine with a target timeline of 28 days apart. The Pfizer vaccine should be two doses with a target timeline of 21 days apart.  

The second dose should be administered as close to the recommended interval as possible. However, if it is not feasible to adhere to the recommended interval, the second dose of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines may be scheduled later. There is no maximum interval for the doses. If the second dose is administered beyond these target dates, there is no need to get the first dose again. 

You'll receive a vaccination card at the appointment for your first dose. Save the card and take a photo on your phone in case you lose it. This has information on the brand you received for your first dose, and you may be required to show that record when you get your second dose. 

Even after you are vaccinated, continue to wear a mask in shared spaces, avoid large gatherings, stay home if you feel ill, wash your hands, and clean and sanitize surfaces. It is important that we keep up with preventive measures while work continues to vaccinate more people. 

If you received your first of a two-dose COVID vaccine at the Snohomish County Vaccine Taskforce sites in Arlington, Monroe or Boom City, please watch for an email arriving within a few days before or after your target date for a second dose. The email will include a registration link just for people who received their first dose at the mass vaccination site and need to schedule their second dose. 

Vaccine supply is still limited, and we do not know exactly how many second doses we will have in the coming weeks. This means that you may not be able to register for an appointment on your target date, but don’t worry. The available appointments will still be within the acceptable window for your second dose.

If you are more than five days past your target date for a second dose and have not yet heard from the vaccine taskforce and want to update your contact information, please complete this quick contact form: https://bit.ly/2YMDJL1 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Volunteers with a medical background can learn more and sign up to help via the Snohomish County Medical Reserve Corps at www.snohd.org\MRC. Volunteers who do not have a medical background and wish to help with Snohomish County Vaccine Taskforce COVID vaccination sites should go to https://bit.ly/3el2dUA.

VACCINE DATA DASHBOARD

The Health District updates vaccine data on Thursdays.
Table last updated 4/15/21:

Received and Allocated(1)

  Moderna Dose 1 Moderna Dose 2 Pfizer Dose 1 Pfizer Dose 2 Subtotal Dose 1 Subtotal Dose 2 Johnson & Johnson (1-dose) TOTAL(3)
Doses received (12/15/2020 -4/10/2021) 168,670 149,200 74,395 45,630 243,065 194,830 23,000 460,895
Allocated for Week 17 (4/11-4/17/2021) 4,600 14,400 9,360 1,170 13,960 15,570 1,000 30,530
Total vaccines allocated 173,270 163,600 83,755 46,800 257,025 210,400 24,000 491,425

Administered(2)

  Total doses administered Number of people partially vaccinated(4) Number of people fully vaccinated(5) % Snohomish County residents 16 years or older fully vaccinated(6)
12/15/2020-4/13/2021 434,419 108,630 177,117 26%

Notes:

(1) Allocation through Washington State Department of Health to providers and Federal Pharmacy Program. Other direct federal shipments may not be included.

(2) These numbers are preliminary based on what has been entered into the Washington Immunization Information System (WAIIS) from all sources.

(3) Total includes both 1st and 2nd doses of Moderna and Pfizer, as well as Johnson & Johnson.

(4) Includes Snohomish County recipients of 1st doses of Moderna or Pfizer who have not received their 2nd dose.

(5) Includes Snohomish County recipients of 2nd doses of Moderna or Pfizer plus recipients of Johnson & Johnson.

(6) Percent of Snohomish County population 15 years-old and greater using OFM 2020 population estimates.

COVID-19 Vaccination Data Reports

WHO TO CONTACT:

  • COVID-19 call center: 425-339-5278 (Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
  • For questions about vaccination and your personal health or underlying conditions, please contact your regular healthcare provider or local clinic.
  • For questions from healthcare providers or vaccine providers about the COVID-19 vaccine, including local distribution and administration: COVIDVaccine@snohd.org
  • For questions about the statewide plan for COVID-19 vaccine: COVID.Vaccine@doh.wa.gov
  • Washington State COVID Call Center: 1-800-525-0127, then press # (alternate number 888-856-5816)

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