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Posted on: February 9, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Whatcom County COVID-19 Vaccine Update for 2/9/21

Vaccines by the Numbers

Providers in Whatcom County are due to receive 3,275 first doses of COVID-19 vaccine for the week of Feb. 8. To date, providers in Whatcom County have received a total of 17,825 initial doses. As of Feb. 6, 19,258 Whatcom County residents have received their first dose.

See the graphic below for more local vaccine data. 

table showing  Whatcom county COVID-19 vaccination numbersMost of this data can also be found on DOH’s Data Dashboard and the tables below it.  The doses allocated each week to Whatcom County are not included in the data dashboard. Explanations for each data point in this infographic may be found on page 2 of our data explainer.

WCHD Vaccine Town Hall

Last Thursday, February 4th, we hosted a COVID-19 Vaccination Update Town Hall. You can watch the recording of the event here. Several leading community healthcare providers were in attendance, including Family Care Network, PeaceHealth, Sea Mar Community Health Centers, and Unity Care Northwest. The speakers covered topics like:

  • Vaccine supply.
  • Progress in vaccinating people.
  • How their vaccine clinics work.
  • Planning efforts for large-scale community vaccination. 

More Information

More information about the COVID-19 vaccine, vaccine planning, and vaccine safety can be found on the DOH’s COVID-19 vaccine web page at For information about the COVID-19 vaccination in Whatcom County, visit our webpage at

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