The CDC and the Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup recommend everyone 12 years and older who received the Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine primary series to get a booster dose.

If you received…Who should get a boosterWhen to get a boosterWhich booster to get
Pfizer-BioNTechPeople 12 years and olderAt least 5 months after completing the primary seriesPfizer or Moderna are preferred*People 17 years and younger may only get the Pfizer vaccine
ModernaPeople 18 years and olderAt least 5 months after completing the primary seriesPfizer or Moderna are preferred*
Johnson & JohnsonPeople 18 years and olderAt least 2 months after completing the primary seriesPfizer or Moderna are preferred*

*mRNA vaccines are preferred, but the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is still available if you aren’t able or willing to get another vaccine.

The COVID-19 Vaccination presentation slides from the Health Care Authority, Department of Health, and Office of the Insurance Commissioner webinar that was held on January 20th:

Read DoH’s most recent updates on COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs

SAMHSA has created a list of Tips For Social Distancing, Quarantine, And Isolation During An Infectious Disease Outbreak  and information on ​Coping With Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks

The Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction has published a Q&A on Provision of Services to Students with Disabilities During COVID-19 in Summer and Fall 2020.  As of July 30, they have also released Reopening Washington Schools 2020: District Planning Guide and Reopening Washington Schools 2020: Special Education Guidance.

Complex Child has created a list of Ten COVID-19 Preparations To Do RIGHT NOW for Medically Complex Families

WA Listens is a new program that provides nonclinical support to people experiencing elevated stress due to COVID-19

For current Washington State data, Daily statistics are provided by the Department of Health (DOH) or view statewide statistics on a map.

​The CDC has an extensive website containing information on COVID-19.

SARTAC has created an Plain Language Guide to COVID-19 Information, by and for People with Disabilities.

Washington State Community Connectors has put together a weekly open forum for Parents/Caregivers on the  response to COVID-19.

Mental Health America ​has a page on Social Support: Getting And Staying Connected.

The Caregiver Action Network has information and resources on Tips for Family Caregivers and COVID-19.

AFIRM has created a site on Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertain Times.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has the full COVID-19 Emergency Declaration Blanket Waivers for Health Care Providers.