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Please use and share these materials to help spread the word about COVID‑19 vaccination and encourage people in your community to get vaccinated.

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Updated on April 30, 2021: Added new "Getting Vaccinated Just Got Easier" flyer.

Link/share this page at www.kingcounty.gov/covid/vaxresources


Flyers

Getting Vaccinated Just Got Easier flyer

Getting Vaccinated Just Got Easier
Flyer with quick options for scheduling and walk-in vaccination.

5 reasons to celebrate that we have a 3rd highly safe and effective vaccine for COVID-19

5 Reasons to Celebrate That We Have a Third Highly Safe and Effective Vaccine for COVID-19
The FDA has authorized a third COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use, this one made by Johnson & Johnson (J&J). Learn about the five reasons to be excited about this development.



Videos

The Conversation Campaign from the Black Coalition Against COVID

The Conversation Campaign from the Black Coalition Against COVID:
Black doctors, nurses and researchers dispel misinformation and provide accessible facts about the COVID-19 vaccines, including "Hello Black America," a video with W. Kamau Bell.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information, Medical Trauma and Trust Building

COVID-19 Vaccine Information, Medical Trauma and Trust Building
A conversation between Michelle Sarju and Meredith Li-Vollmer from Public Health – Seattle & King County discussing topics such as COVID-19 vaccine safety, historical medical racism and trauma and what gives them hope as two BIPOC women. With ASL interpretation and closed captioning (15 minutes).

COVID-19 Vaccine Q&A Video: Should I trust the COVID-19 Vaccine?

COVID-19 Vaccine Q&A Video: Should I trust the COVID-19 Vaccine?
Dr. Michele Andrasik, Senior Scientist at Fred Hutch, answers common questions about issues related to COVID-19 vaccines (2 minutes).


COVID-19 Vaccine Q&A Video: Why is social distancing more important than ever?

COVID-19 Vaccine Q&A Video: Why is social distancing more important than ever?
Dr. Michele Andrasik, Senior Scientist at Fred Hutch, answers common questions about issues related to COVID-19 vaccines (1 minute).


COVID-19 Vaccine Q&A Video: How was the COVID-19 vaccine developed so quickly?

COVID-19 Vaccine Q&A Video: How was the COVID-19 vaccine developed so quickly?
Dr. Michele Andrasik, Senior Scientist at Fred Hutch, answers common questions about issues related to COVID-19 vaccines (1 minute).


ASL Video Series: What to expect from the COVID-19 vaccines?

ASL Video Series: What to expect from the COVID-19 vaccines?
This video in American Sign Language shares what to expect when an individual gets vaccinated for COVID-19. For more ASL videos, visit the CDC YouTube channel.



Resources

Community vaccination events

  • Organizations interested in partnering with Public Health to plan a community vaccination event can begin by consulting our COVID-19 Community Vaccination Event Planning Workbook.
  • Watch this video to learn about the features in the COVID-19 Vaccination Data Dashboard. This dashboard shows vaccination rates by zip code. We encourage you to use the data to plan a community vaccine event or another type of outreach to reach communities with lower vaccination rates. Consider the following:
    • If you're curious about specific cities or neighborhoods, use the zip code map to reveal vaccination rates in those areas. Check out the table below the map for more detailed information.
    • If you are interested in vaccine coverage by race/ethnicity or age group, use the toggles at the top of the zip code dashboard to show which of these communities are accessing vaccine.
    • View the "Summary of Zip Codes" tab to get an overview of which zip codes have highest and lowest rates of vaccination.