COVID-19 Information and Resources
January 6, 2022 update: Boosters
Everyone ages 12 and older should get a booster dose:
- 5 months after the second dose of Pfizer or Moderna (note: ages 12-17 can only get Pfizer)
- 2 months after one dose of J&J
The Pfizer or Moderna vaccines are recommended over J&J for both initial and booster vaccinations.
Vaccination and boosters are the best protection!
Anyone age 5 and over is eligible to get vaccinated. King County residents can get vaccinated at no cost at any vaccination site, including in Kent, Auburn, Seattle, Renton, Redmond, Shoreline, and Snoqualmie Valley. You can also get vaccinated at local pharmacies and through many healthcare providers.
To register at the sites in Kent and Auburn : yourcovidvaccine.kingcounty.gov.
Take these actions to help manage the spread of coronavirus and keep each other safe.
Whether or not you are vaccinated, please wear masks in indoor public settings like grocery, retail, theaters, gyms, entertainment places, and faith-based gatherings. See the Masking guidance page for more information.
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.
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.
King County COVID-19 Call Centers
- Medical questions related to COVID-19?
Contact the call center between 8 a.m.‑7 p.m. at 206‑477‑3977
- Non-medical questions about COVID-19 including compliance and business related issues?
- Need isolation or quarantine for COVID-19?
Contact the call center between 8 a.m.-10 p.m. at 206‑477‑3977.
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
*Due to a large number of incoming emails regarding COVID-19, we may not be able to respond to you immediately.