Governor Inslee modifies Proclamation 20-36 to give pharmacies the flexibility they will need to store and access COVID-19 vaccines and treatments in locations outside of their pharmacies. The new statutory and regulatory waivers will continue until January 8, 2021. All other proclamations noted in Plan-19 are extended by Senate Resolution 8402 until the termination of the state of emergency pursuant to RCW 43.06.210, or until rescinded, whichever occurs first.
- 2022 Pharmacy Commission Member Recruitment (PDF)
- Pharmacy Quality Assurance Commission's 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Plan (PDF), updated January 22, 2021.
- E-prescribing waiver- Secretary of Health extends waiver to all prescribers until January 1, 2022 (RCW 69.50.312)(PDF)
- Department of Health – Pharmacist Temporary Practice Permits – New Grads
- COVID-19 GovDelivery Notices (Archives) (PDF)
- Provisional CPR Certification Courses – American Red Cross
- Adopts emergency rules to reduce burdens on practitioners prescribing Schedule II substances – effective April 21
- Two-Year License Renewal Cycle Implementation Date (PDF)
- Updated Position on USP 800 and USP 825 Enforcement (September 2, 2021) (PDF)
- Nonresident Pharmacy Directive May 2023 (PDF)
Pharmacist Suicide Prevention Awareness
Pharmacy Propose Rules Chapter 246-945 WAC
Shortage of YF-Vax
- You may find messaging from DOH regarding the shortage on the DOH Yellow Fever webpage.