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Vaccination and boosters are the best protection!

Anyone 6 months of age and older is eligible to get vaccinated. King County residents can get vaccinated at no cost at any vaccination site, including in Kent, Auburn, Bellevue, Seattle, Renton, Covington, Northgate, and Snoqualmie Valley. You can also get vaccinated at local pharmacies and through many healthcare providers.

To register at a King County clinic: yourcovidvaccine.kingcounty.gov.

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Take these actions to help manage the spread of coronavirus and keep each other safe.

The best protection is to get vaccinated. Fully vaccinated people can now do more things safely and are helping reduce COVID-19 in the community.

Wearing a mask in high-risk settings (such as crowded places) helps to protect everyone. It’s especially important to protect people that can’t get the full protection from the vaccine, such as young children and people with medical conditions who are less able to fight the virus.

Get tested if you have COVID-19 symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who tests positive.

If you test positive for COVID-19 or are at higher risk from the disease, getting COVID-19 treatment early can help to protect from severe illness and hospitalization. Ask your healthcare provider to see if treatment is recommended for you.

Keep activities small and outdoors if people who are unvaccinated will participate. The virus spreads easily indoors, so businesses and organizations can reduce the virus in the air by having good air flow indoors and using air filters.

 Contact us about COVID-19

King County COVID‑19 Call Center
Contact the call center at 206‑477‑3977 with medical questions related to COVID-19. The call center is available daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and isolation and quarantine requests can be made from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

If an isolation and quarantine request is received between 5:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. the call center will take a message, and isolation and quarantine staff will return the call the next morning.

If you need language interpretation or online help, contact the call center and say your preferred language when connected. If you have a disability and need accommodation, contact the call center or email publichealthaccommodations@kingcounty.gov.

Non-medical questions about COVID-19, including compliance and business-related issues?
Contact King County COVID-19 Business and Community Information by submitting a written inquiry or report online.

General questions about COVID-19 in Washington State
Contact the Washington State COVID-19 Information Hotline at 1‑800‑525‑0127.

Send us an email using our online form or email us directly at coronavirus@kingcounty.gov.


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