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All WA residents 16 and older eligible for vaccines April 15

Over 200,000 people will have the opportunity to get COVID shots

 

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KPHD report: Inequity an issue when getting COVID vaccines

Healthcare providers in Kitsap County have been administering COVID-19 vaccines since late December. About 36,000 residents have received their first dose. However, vaccines have not… Continue reading

 

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New mass vaccination clinic opens at Kitsap Transit’s Gateway Center

Another large vaccination clinic has opened in Kitsap County at Kitsap Transit’s Gateway Center in west Bremerton. Operated by Peninsula Community Health Services, the clinic… Continue reading

 

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Supply not meeting demand for Kitsap COVID vaccinations

Kitsap Public Health asks for patience upon receiving “extremely high volume” of vaccine inquiries

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State trying to make it easier to get COVID-19 vaccine

Washington is moving to the next phase of vaccine distribution, the state announced Monday. The Department of Health has expanded access to the Pfizer/BioNTech and… Continue reading

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State prepping to move to next phase of vaccination

The state is preparing to open up the COVID-19 vaccine to the next tier in coming days, though officials have not yet given a date.… Continue reading

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State releases next phase of vaccine prioritization

Washington state is still in Phase 1A for administering the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, but state officials explained this week the next groups of… Continue reading

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A total of 3,900 doses arrived at the UW on Monday. Courtesy photo

1st COVID-19 vaccines arrive in state

The first shipment of Pfizer/BioNTech reached Washington Monday, and doses will be adminstered beginning this week. Vaccines were unboxed at the University of Washington Medical… Continue reading

A total of 3,900 doses arrived at the UW on Monday. Courtesy photo
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Vaccine could be here soon if FDA approves it this week

This week could prove to be a pivotal turning point in the globe’s yearlong battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. The Food and Drug Administration is… Continue reading

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