COVID-19: Clark County Not Advancing To Next Vaccination Tier
According to Clark County Public Health, Governor Inslee and Washington State Department of Health today announced updates to the Phase 1b vaccination tiers and provided a tentative timeline for advancing to the next tiers.
“We are not yet advancing to the next tier,” the health department said. “Washington state remains in Phase 1b Tier 1.”
Here are the changes and tentative timeline announced today:
Phase 1b Tier 2 – opening March 22
- All critical workers in certain congregate settings (change: no longer tiered by age; list of qualifying congregate settings has been expanded)
- People age 16 or older who are pregnant (new qualification)
- People age 16 or older who have a disability that puts them at higher risk (change: moved up from a later tier)
Phase 1b Tier 3
- Opening April 12: People with 2 or more comorbidities age 50 or older
- Opening April 26: People with 2 or more comorbidities age 16 or older
Phase 1b Tier 4 – opening April 26
- People who live in congregate housing
- Staff and volunteers who work in congregate settings not covered in 1B tier 2
More information, including details about who is included in the above groups, is available here: https://www.doh.wa.gov/Portals/1/Documents/1600/coronavirus/SummaryInterimVaccineAllocationPriortization.pdf
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