COVID Vaccine Info

Vaccination is an important step on the path out of the COVID-19 pandemic. There is a phased plan for administering the vaccine and it will take time before most of the public is vaccinated against COVID. In the meantime, people should maintain other preventive measures.

This page will be updated as new information is available.

Who is currently being vaccinated

At this time, Phases 1a and 1b1 are being vaccinated, which includes: SnoCo Hub Button Opens in new window

Phase 1a 

  • Workers in health care settings 
  • High-risk first responders 
  • Residents and staff of nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and other community-based, congregate living settings where most individuals over 65 years of age are receiving care, supervision, or assistance 

Phase 1b1 

  • All people 65 years or older 
  • People 50 years or older who live in multigenerational households (2 or more generations) 
    • Example: An older adult who cannot live alone and is being cared for by a relative or in-home caregiver, or an older adult who shares the home with a grandchild. 

If you do fall within the current phases, you can learn more and register for a vaccination appointment here.

Find your phase using the PhaseFinder Tool at

More information on upcoming phases

More on COVID vaccine access in Snohomish County

Frequently asked questions about COVID vaccine distribution & prioritization


Tools for Patients 

Second doses

According to CDC guidelines, individuals 18 years and older should receive two doses of the Moderna vaccine at least 28 days apart. This is considered the minimum interval or minimum amount of time that is needed to separate dose 1 and dose 2. It is recommended that doses be given as close to 28 days as possible, but there is no maximum interval between the first and second dose.

Volunteer opportunities

People interested in volunteering to help with the COVID-19 response can sign up through the Snohomish County Medical Reserve Corps at


The Health District will begin reporting vaccine data on Tuesdays, with information through the previous Saturday.
Data as of January 16, 2021:
  Total 1st doses received (weeks 1-5) Total 2nd doses received (week 4-5) No. of approved providers that received vaccine Total first doses administered* Second doses Increase in administered since last week Expected allocation for week 6 No. of providers enrolled
Moderna 35,450 0 29 21,105 0 10,460 TBD 54
Pfizer 5,850 3,900 1 4,589 2,732 3,921 TBD 3
Total 41,300 3,900 30 25,694 2,732 14,381 TBD 56
*Note: These numbers are preliminary based on what has been entered into the Washington Immunization Information System (WAIIS).

First COVID vaccines in Snohomish County

Celebrating the first COVID vaccines in Snohomish County