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A New Washington STATE Call Center Has Been Set Up To Answer Your Questions About COVID-19.

If You Have Questions About How The Virus Spreads, What Is Being Done In Washington State, And What You Can Do If You Have Symptoms

1-800-525-0127 And Press The # Key

 

03/30/2021

These Washington counties have the highest rates of vaccination. Here's why (seattlepi.com)

Jefferson CountyIn Jefferson County, 45.10% of residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine and nearly 29% of people have been fully vaccinated. In the county, more than 14,000 people of the 31,900 people who live there have gotten at least one dose.

Clallam County: In Clallam County, 38.5% of residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine and about 27% of people have been fully vaccinated. In the county, more than 29,000 people of the about 76,000 people who live there have gotten at least one dose.

 

HEALTHY WASHINGTON STATE ROADMAP TO RECOVERY (01/19/21) (PDF)

HAVE YOU BEEN VACCINATED YET ??:

Survey for rank-and-file members: to compile a better understanding of who has been vaccinated, who still needs to be, and what barriers we can remove to improve access for all working people.

FIND A VACCINATION APPOINTMENT: https://vaccinefinder.org/search/

> Phone number to schedule COVID-19 vaccine : 1-800-525-0127  - or - 1-888-856-5816

 

https://iqconnect.house.gov/iqextranet/view_newsletter.aspx?id=100902&c=WA07PJ

Earlier this week, Governor Inslee expanded eligibility for the vaccine and set the goal of getting 45,000 Washingtonians vaccinated per day. Under the new guidelines, the current vaccine phase includes any persons over 65 and any persons over 50 who live in a multigeneration home. More information on the phases and upcoming eligibilities can be found here.  

Check your eligibility to see if you can get the Covid-19 vaccine under these new guidelines, and get more information about how to get your shot! 

In the meantime, as we continue to fight this virus, my team and I are here to help. If you need assistance with stimulus benefits, Medicare, Medicaid, or any other federal agency, please reach out to my office at 206-674-0040 or email us at Jayapal.Casework@mail.house.gov.

Pramila Jayapal
U.S. Representative (WA-07)

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