WA State Department of Health recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone aged six-months and older. It takes two weeks for the flu vaccine to protect a person from flu. The flu vaccine does NOT protect against coronavirus, colds, or other viruses that cause respiratory illness. The flu vaccine keeps many people from getting the flu. It’s best for our community to get vaccinated for flu by October each year.

Resource pages:

Clallam County | Public Health

Grays Harbor County

Island County | Public Health

Jefferson County | Public Health

King County | Public Health – Seattle & King County Links

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  • Resources available on the PHSKC website:
    • Basic flu fact sheets
    • Information for healthcare professionals and pharmacies
    • Influenza resources for institutions and long-term care facilities
    • Flu education materials

Kitsap County

Lewis County

Mason County

Pacific County

Pierce County | Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department Links

San Juan County

Skagit County

Snohomish County

Thurston County

Whatcom County | Health Department