COVID-19 vaccine How to access COVID-19 vaccine

Why this resource is helpful:

Those included in Phase 1a and Phase 1b Tier 1 (B1) are now eligible to be vaccinated (see "How vaccine will be prioritized" section below). If you confirmed your eligibility using the state's Phase Finder tool, you must still schedule an appointment with a vaccination site or submit a request form on the Public Health website to be referred to a facility with vaccine. Phase Finder only determines eligibility; it does not schedule you an appointment or add you to a waiting list. There are multiple options for seeking COVID-19 vaccination appointments. Each option includes different processes for scheduling appointments. However, vaccine supply is very limited across the state. Appointments may be limited or unavailable.

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Washington State Covid Vaccine Phase Finder Tool

The Phase Finder tool is designed to help people in Washington find out if they are eligible for a COVID vaccine now or if not, sign up to be notified when they become eligible. It asks a series of questions related to the four phases of vaccine distribution (living situation, age, health conditions, risk factors, work situation and zip code) to inform eligibility.

Washington State Covid Vaccine Phase Finder Tool