COVID-19 vaccines

June 22, 2023

Q & A with UW Medicine experts in immunology and microbiology offers a summer outlook on COVID protection.

Two children receive a dose of the bivalent COVID-19 booster at UW Medical Center - Montlake.
October 31, 2022

UW Medicine’s vaccination clinics have administered approximately 20,000 updated COVID-19 booster doses, according to Cynthia Dold, interim president of UW Medicine Hospitals & Clinics.

October 23, 2022

Understanding antibody responses will be key to offset coronavirus variants' evasion of earlier immunity.

June 29, 2022

SKbioscience’s SKYCovione vaccine becomes the first therapeutic OK'd for people to emerge from the Institute for Protein Design.

June 9, 2022

Researchers seek to recruit 3,500 children and adults to assess how well vaccines protect against COVID-19 infection.

According to UW School of Medicine professor Anna Wald, the omicron variant appears to pose an increased chance of infection to people who are boosted, but booster shots still provide vast protection against serious illness or death from the COVID-19 mutation.
January 11, 2022

Data from around the world demonstrate that our COVID-19 vaccine booster doses are up to the test of all known variants of coronavirus, according to an editorial published Jan.

10 kids under the age of 12 received their first COVID-19 vaccination on Wednesday, Nov. 3 at UW Medicine's COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at Shoreline Community College.
November 3, 2021

Ten children under age 12 today became among the first in Washington state to receive an initial dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

Following the CDC’s authorization, booster shots are now available at UW Medicine.
October 22, 2021

Results from a UW Medicine COVID-19 vaccine mix-and-match study were reviewed by a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention panel ahead of the group’s decision to authorize mixing and matching of booster shots this week.

COVID-19 vaccines are distributed through the UW Medicine care network.
August 23, 2021

A COVID-19 vaccine originally authorized for emergency use in the United States reached a milestone today, with the Food and Drug A

A third COVID-19 vaccine dose of either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine is now appoved for immunocompromised people.
August 13, 2021

A new round of COVID-19 vaccinations are approved in the United States by the Food and Drug Administration.


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