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COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

As of May 12, 2021, everyone in Washington state age 12 and over is eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Please visit our vaccine page for information on how to schedule an appointment.

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Health care disparities and their relationship to COVID-19

Posted on Jun. 17, 2021 ( comments)
As communities prepare to celebrate Juneteenth, it is important to remember that inequities and disparities continue to exist for people of color — including in health care — and the COVID-19 pandemic has called those disparities out in stark relief.

Kids and the COVID-19 vaccine — Updated guidance and info

Posted on May. 20, 2021 ( comments)

Should I visit my mother this Mother’s Day?

Posted on May. 3, 2021 ( comments)

Kids and the COVID-19 vaccine—What do parents need to know?

Posted on Apr. 12, 2021 ( comments)
Governor Inslee recently announced that as of April 15, all Washingtonians over age 16 will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. This is great news as we collectively work to put an end to the pandemic, but there are still questions and concerns about the vaccine for children.

Tips for safe spring break travel

Posted on Mar. 29, 2021 ( comments)

So many of us have the travel bug and are itching to get out of town, especially with spring break right around the corner.

COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy: what you should know

Posted on Mar. 26, 2021 ( comments)
Should you get a COVID-19 vaccine if you’re pregnant, breast-feeding or planning to become pregnant? We spoke with board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist Loren Molina, MD, to better understand current guidelines. 

The plan to eliminate barriers and provide 23,000 COVID-19 vaccines

Posted on Mar. 23, 2021 ( comments)
The COVID-19 pandemic, and especially vaccine distribution, continues to underscore health disparities. 

A beloved nurse mentor passes: Family and coworkers honor his legacy

Posted on Mar. 18, 2021 ( comments)
In honor of Adrian Abada, RN, a beloved mentor and nurse at MultiCare Auburn Medical Center for 17 years, Abada's family donated $5,000 through MultiCare South King Health Foundation toward MultiCare’s Code Lavender program, as well as two carloads of potato chips, the “Chip King’s” favorite snack, to share with his coworkers.

Which vaccine? Don’t hesitate, procrastinate or vacillate — get the first vaccine you can!

Posted on Mar. 12, 2021 ( comments)

Watch: Second dose appointment delays: it’s okay if you have to wait

Posted on Feb. 20, 2021 ( comments)