COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

Click through each of the concerns your communities and families might have to see links to corresponding resources.

If you have resources you would like to add or want to request specific topics to be covered, email communications@nhwa.org.


Eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine

Our state is rolling out the vaccine in phases so that those who need it most have priority eligibility. Read more about phases, including where Washington is currently:

Resources you can share with your communities:

Flyer – Getting vaccinated for COVID-19

Flyer – Public health recommendations after you get vaccinated

See other translated vaccine information:


Where to get the COVID-19 vaccine

Washington State Department of Health is updating their vaccine locater with more real time vaccine availability information.

This website is available in the following languages: English, Spanish, Amharic, Arabic, Cambodian, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Farsi, French, German, Hindi, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Lao, Nepali, Oromo, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Somali, Swahili, Tagalog, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Tigrinya, Ukrainian, Urdu, Vietnamese

If you are having difficulty finding vaccines for your clients or communities, please see this website that shows available appointments across Washington. Please note this website is not a complete listing of all healthcare providers and clinics in our region. 

The city of Seattle has created a standby list for some residents 65 and older who can travel to get a COVID-19 vaccine if there are doses available. The Seattle Fire Department’s Mobile Vaccination Teams sometimes have doses left after vaccination events that must be used immediately. To help distribute them, the city has set up a standby list for Seattle residents who live in zip codes most disproportionately impacted. Learn more about eligibility and sign up below.


COVID-19 vaccine safety and effectiveness

Resources you can share with your communities:

Videos – Health care workers answer questions about the COVID-19 vaccines

Video – How COVID vaccines are made

Video – How vaccines work in your body

Video – How can vaccine and antibody studies move so quickly and still be safe?


Fact checking guidance

Resources you can share with your communities:

Information page on vaccines myths

Flyer – COVID-19 fact checking

See other translated vaccine information: