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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 3, 2021
CONTACT:Heather Thomas, firstname.lastname@example.org
SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash. – The World Health Organization (WHO) classified the new B.1.1.529 variant as a Variant of Concern and named it Omicron—the Greek letter “O”—in keeping with recent naming conventions for COVID-19 variants. At least two confirmed cases have been identified in the United States. This has drawn a lot of attention and questions in the community. Here are the top things to know:
In response to growing demand, the Health District has an additional day of vaccination appointments available for those 12+ at the Ash Way Park & Ride site. It is now open Wednesday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., though all appointments are booked through Dec. 10. Additional appointments for future weeks will be available soon at www.snohd.org/drivethru.
The full schedule for next week is as follows:
Appointments for testing are available at www.snohd.org/testing and vaccine appointments at www.snohd.org/drivethru.
Those without internet access, needing language assistance, or requiring additional support in scheduling can reach the Health District’s call center at 425.339.5278 to schedule a testing or vaccine appointment. Callers after hours or on holidays or weekends can leave a message, which will be returned on the next business day.