COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expanding by 2 million Washington residents on March 31

The next tiers of eligible Washingtonians include anyone 60 and older and workers in congregate settings, including restaurant workers.

OLYMPIA, Wash. — COVID-19 vaccine eligibility will expand to include anyone 60 and older and people working in congregate settings, including restaurant and food service workers, starting March 31.

Approximately 2 million additional Washingtonians will be eligible with the expansion. The decision to expand vaccine eligibility is due to an increase in doses and the vaccination rate, according to Gov. Jay Inslee’s office.

Vaccine appointments will open for:

Anyone with two or more diseases or medical conditionsAnyone 60 and olderAnyone living in congregate

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