COVID-19 Vaccine

 


Content last updated June 21, 2022

The COVID-19 vaccine is available to people 6 months of age and older.

June 18, 2022 - CDC has updated its recommendation that all children 6 months and older should receive a COVID-19 vaccine. This expands eligibility for vaccination to nearly 20 million additional children and means that all Americans ages 6 months and older are now eligible for vaccination.

Parents and caregivers can now get their children 6 months and older vaccinated with the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines to better protect them from COVID-19. All children, including children who have already had COVID-19, should get vaccinated.

Visit Vaccine Locator to find and schedule an appointment. 

Homebound and need a COVID-19 vaccine? (PDF)
We can connect you to county or state mobile vaccine teams.

Need help? Call the hotline at 1-833-VAX-HELP (833-829-4357), then press #. Language assistance is available. You can also text your zip code to 438-829 (GET VAX) or 822-862 (VACUNA) for vaccine locations near you.

Visit our Transportation Resources for COVID-19 Vaccines (PDF)

Resources and Recommendations

Find additional resources and recommendations. For vaccine-specific information, choose the vaccine tab. Some resources in many languages. 

COVID-19 vaccination is one of the most important tools to end the COVID-19 pandemic.

Several vaccines are authorized for emergency use or fully approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These vaccines are currently being distributed in Washington state.

It's more important than ever to continue to wear masks, stay six feet (2m) apart, and avoid gatherings with people you don't live with.

Information from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)

Stay Informed

We co-host Expert Panels to answer some of your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine. Watch the available recordings and check back for future panels.

For Healthcare Providers - DOH Information

Washington State Coronavirus Response Telebriefings
Washington State Department of Health Media Statements