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 booster||When to get a booster||Which booster to get|
|Pfizer-BioNTech||People 12 years and older||At least 5 months after completing the primary series||Pfizer or Moderna are preferred*People 17 years and younger may only get the Pfizer vaccine|
|Moderna||People 18 years and older||At least 5 months after completing the primary series||Pfizer or Moderna are preferred*|
|Johnson & Johnson||People 18 years and older||At least 2 months after completing the primary series||Pfizer 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:
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
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.