Numbers, Testing & Vaccine Information

Where and how do I get vaccinated? 
  1) Use the Phase Finder website to see if you are eligible for the vaccine.
  2) Once you become eligible, check with your primary healthcare provider,  clinic or pharmacy on their vaccination plans. 
vaccination card  
  3) Select the link for vaccination sites at the 
Edmonds College or Boeing in Everett Activity CenterMonroe- Evergreen FairgroundsArlingtonEverett- Angel of the Winds Arena or Boom City (Marysville/Tulalip). View additional vaccination information here.
  4) Use the Vaccine Locator website or call 1-800-525-0127 for the most up to date vaccine location information, available in multiple languages. 

Symptoms and What to do if you have COVID-19
•  CDC Symptoms of COVID-19
•  If you get COVID-19, learn what to do from the Snohomish Health District. 


Vaccine information and FAQ's found at the following websites

• CDC COVID-19 Vaccine Information and FAQ's
• COVID-19 Distribution Plan
COVID-19 Vaccine Locator
 The Everett Clinic vaccination registration
Find Your Phase- receive notification when you qualify to get a vaccine and where to get the vaccine near you.
• Snohomish County Health Department website
• Snohomish County Coronavirus Response & Community Resource Hub
 Snohomish Health District Coronavirus Information & Resources
• Vaccination Site in Snohomish County
• Vaccination Site in Washington State, Dept. of Health website
Washington State COVID-19 Vaccine Phases (PDF document)
• Washington State Department of Health Vaccine Phase Finder and Locations
Washington State Department of Health Data Dash Dashboard

The Snohomish County Health District knows there are a lot of questions right now about COVID, particularly when it comes to access to vaccines. The COVID call center is a resource: 425-339-5278. Because demand is high, we ask that people first contact their regular health care provider to determine if vaccine appointments are being made. Additional information also is available on https://www.snohd.org/564/COVID-Vaccine-Info and bit.lySnoCoHub. If you are unable to register for a vaccine appointment that likely means all slots are filled for the day.
 
COVID-19 Testing: Snohomish County Health District
COVID-19 Testing - Snohomish Health District by appointment. 
 Instructions on how to register are available here.
 
Testing is by appointment only and registration is now open. All information can be accessed at www.snohd.org/testing.
Want to learn more about the drive-thru testing process? Videos about the drive-thru testing process here snohd.org/testing

COVID-19 Testing: Alternate Locations
COVID-19 Testing- Other testing locations in Snohomish County and information on testing for non-medical reasons, such as travel. COVID-19 Testing - Western Washington Medical Group COVID-19 Testing in North Lynnwood and Marysville.
Snohomish County COVID-19 Testing, Safe Start Plan, Work Place Safety and Additional info in other languages.
• Washington State Dept. of Health COVID-19 Testing Locations

Washington's COVID-19 Vaccine Phases
Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday, Jan. 18 announced that COVID vaccine providers can move to Phase 1b1 of vaccination immediately. Phase 1b1 includes all people age 65 and older, and those 50 and older in multigenerational households. This phase is broken up into four separate tiers. Find a Vaccination Site in Snohomish County, Vaccine Finder by Zip Code or Find a Vaccination Site in Washington State.

This graphic shows the groups and the timeline for phase 1B. Broadly, groups eligible for vaccination in phase 1B include: vaccine phases
Phase 1B1 - (Tier 1)
• All people 65 years and older
• People 50 years and older who live in multigenerational households
Phase 1B2 - (Tier 2)
• High risk critical workers 50 years and older who work in certain congregate settings: Agriculture; food processing; grocery stores; K-12 (teachers and school staff); childcare; corrections, prisons, jails or detention facilities (staff); public transit; fire; law enforcement
Phase 1B3 - (Tier 3)
• People 16 years or older with two or more co-morbidities or underlying conditions
Phase 1B4 - (Tier 4)
• High-risk critical workers in certain congregate settings under 50 years
• People, staff and volunteers all ages in congregate living settings: Correctional facilities; group homes for people with disabilities; people experiencing homelessness that live in or access services in congregate settings
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