At the current pace, county health officials estimate that 80% of Snohomish County residents could be vaccinated by fall.
TULALIP, Wash. — Snohomish County opened its sixth mass vaccination site at the Boom City fireworks location on the Tulalip reservation Tuesday.
“I don’t think we’ll reach our maximum capacity,” said County Executive Dave Sommers on his weekly media call. “Our goal is to have more capacity to deliver vaccines than we have vaccines.“
Snohomish County’s other mass vaccination sites are the Boeing Everett Activity Center, Edmonds College in Lynnwood, the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe, the Angel of the Winds Casino in Everett and
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