King County to announce new investments for next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations
King County Executive Dow Constantine, Public Health - Seattle & King County Director Patty Hayes, and King County Councilmembers will announce new investments for the next stage of COVID-19 vaccinations in the community and respond to questions from the news media. The plan will emphasize no-cost, equitable access to vaccines, particularly for people in areas of the County that have been hardest hit by the virus and for those who are most vulnerable and do not have access to vaccine through the healthcare system.
Dow Constantine, Executive, King County
Patty Hayes, Director, Public Health - Seattle & King County
Friday, January 8 at 10:30 A.M.
Call-in and video recording instructions:
This briefing will be on Zoom to facilitate both audio and video recording of the briefing.
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Webinar ID: 956 5506 5683
Simultaneous Spanish interpretation:
This press briefing will be conducted in English, with simultaneous interpretation into Spanish provided. To select your preferred language for audio: when the briefing begins, click the “Interpretation” icon at the bottom of the Zoom screen and select your preferred language.
News media will be able to ask questions via Zoom during the Q and A, and a recording will be made available following the briefing. The briefing will be livestreamed on the Public Health – Seattle & King County Facebook page @KCPubHealth.
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