Expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to all before May 1 a possibility, Inslee says

If Washington state receives enough COVID-19 doses in the coming weeks, there’s a chance everyone could be eligible for the vaccine.

ANACORTES, Wash. — While referencing the “race” between administering the COVID-19 vaccine to Washingtonians and variants of the virus, Gov. Jay Inslee said there’s a possibility the vaccine could be made available to everyone before May 1.

However, that may only be possible if the state sees a “rapid pace” of doses delivered in the next few weeks.

For now, the state will work to vaccinate as many vulnerable community members as possible before eligibility expands to everyone 16 years or older on

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