COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

It is incredible that in a year since COVID-19 first arrived in Washington state, we have three highly effective COVID-19 vaccines that have been reviewed and approved for emergency use by panels of independent scientific experts. All three are extremely effective at preventing hospitalization and death. I know most of us are eager for our turn to get the vaccine and asking anyone to wait a little longer is hard. I hope this information makes the process a little easier for you and your loved ones. We will continue update this page as we have more information. Last Updated: 3/19/21

Who is currently eligible for the vaccine?

As you may have heard, the rollout is happening in phases.

The best way to check your eligibility is to visit the Department of Health’s Phase Finder website:

You can also call Washington State's COVID-19 Assistance Hotline, Monday-Friday, 6am-10pm: 1-800-525-0127, then press #. 

Updated WA timeline, March 2021

Where can I register for the vaccine?

If you are currently eligible for the vaccine, you can register for your appointment here: 

Current vaccination locations are subject to change but a full list can be found here:

What precautions can I take while I wait for the vaccine?

As we wait for more vaccines to be distributed, please remember that it is still vital to continue to take steps to keep each other safe. That means wearing a mask, avoiding indoor gatherings, and distancing from others. Until Americans across the country are widely vaccinated, masks and social distancing remain the best tools we have to keep ourselves and others safe.

Where can I find more information?

For general information about the COVID-19 vaccine, check out the Washington Department of Health website:

You can find more information about your specific county here:

King County:

Pierce County:

Kittitas County:

Chelan County:

Town Toyota Center Vaccination Site

The state has launched four mass vaccination sites, including one in Wenatchee, that aim to provide 500 vaccinations a day. Sign up here or call 1-800-525-0127, then press #.

Who can I contact for more information?

We recommend contacting your primary care provider or reaching out to the Department of Health at

My staff are also available to address any questions or concerns. Please do not hesitate to reach out to my DC office at 202-225-7761, my Issaquah office at 425-657-1001, or my Wenatchee office at 509-850-5340.