More than half of Washington residents 16 and older have been vaccinated for COVID-19, according to the state Department of Health.
As of April 28, 2021, the state has issued more than 5.3 million doses and has vaccinated more than 3.2 million people with at least one shot of vaccine.
More than 2.28 million people in Washington have been fully vaccinated — 28.6% of the state's population, and 37.2% of the state's residents who are 16 and older. People who are fully vaccinated have received both doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
More than 42.5% of the state's total population have had at least one shot — including 52.9% of Washingtonians 16 and older — according to the Washington State Department of Health's COVID-19 data dashboard.
The state's data dashboard has the most updated information about vaccine distribution by county, age and ethnicity.
Are you looking for how to sign up to get a vaccine?
As of April 15, anyone age 16 and older can get a vaccine in Washington state.
If you are eligible, find a list of vaccine providers on the state's Vaccinate WA page and information on how to make an appointment.
Many of them require appointments or proof of residency, so check the requirements of each site before you go.