Mass COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Walla Walla will be winding down, officials announced, as demand for immunization slows and regional cases remain low.
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Every sniffle, headache, rash and dizzy spell is acutely noticed by those experiencing a post-coronavirus vaccination reaction.
Umatilla County Public Health reported nine additional COVID-19 cases Thursday. No new or active cases were reported in Columbia County.
“As an essential worker at a vet clinic, I’ve been worried about working the counter this past year,” said Sophie Fish, 19. Fish was among many Walla Walla teens and young adults who signed up for vaccination on the first day eligibility expanded to all Washington residents 16 and older.
PENDLETON — Eastern Oregon officials are raising concerns over vaccine hesitancy and adapting their efforts amid a national “pause” over the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine while federal health regulators investigate six rare reports of blood clots in women ages 18 to 48.
Almost a quarter of Washington residents have been completely vaccinated against COVID-19.
The mass vaccine clinic at the Walla Walla County Fairgrounds from 4-6 p.m. Wednesday, April 14, is still planned but will instead offer the Pfizer vaccine with a pause in use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine announced in Washington.
Most Oregon employers have the legal right to insist their employees be vaccinated, but very few appear to be planning to do so. King Estate Winery is among the first that will.
Washington state on Tuesday paused the administration of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine doses.