COVID-19 Vaccine Information:
As of May 13, 2021, all people in Washington State 12 years and older are eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine.
Tri-State Memorial Hospital is dedicated to providing timely and accurate information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and its availability. On this page, you will find our vaccination plan, which is following the guidelines outlined by our federal government and the Washington State Department of Health.
TRI-STATE COVID-19 HOTLINE
For questions or to receive your COVID-19 vaccine call:
Tri-State COVID-19 Hotline at 509.769.2215
Monday – Friday, 7:00am – 5:00pm
If we are unable to answer your call, please leave you name and phone number, and we will return your call within two to five business days.
COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Information:
While Pfizer has made announcements about a possible booster dose for the COVID 19 vaccine, the FDA and CDC have released a statement recently affirming that people who are fully vaccinated do not need a booster dose at this time. The FDA and CDC are reviewing clinical trials and processes to consider whether or when a booster dose may be necessary. They will continue to keep everyone informed and will announce the need for booster doses if and when the science and data demonstrates they are needed.
The FDA and CDC continue to promote vaccination against the coronavirus, especially against the Delta variant. Looking toward the future, Pfizer has announced it is going to be seeking authorization from the FDA to administer the third dose of its vaccine to boost the immune response. Their initial release of data found that a third dose was 5 to 10 times more effective at neutralizing the virus. Pfizer is also developing an updated version of their vaccine due to the mutations of the Delta variant. That vaccine would then go back through the regulatory process for approval.
Tri-State Memorial Hospital is currently offering three COVID-19 vaccination options. Please review the age requirements regarding each vaccine and learn more about each vaccine by clicking on each name below.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released information on the activities you can resume and the precautions you should continue to take after being vaccinated.
We understand the skepticism around the COVID-19 vaccine. Learn how vaccines are developed and approved to make sure they work safely.
Washington State is now in Phase 1B Tiers 3 & 4. Learn more about when the vaccine will be available and how it will be rolled out. We are dedicated to keeping our community informed.
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