Seattle gets its largest weekly allotment of COVID vaccine doses to date

SEATTLE — The city of Seattle received 30,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine this week, its largest single-week allotment to date.

Last week, Seattle received just under 18,000 doses, according to a spokesperson from the mayor’s office. The week before, it received 12,500.

The city said they don’t know yet if the increase will be sustained or if supply levels will drop.

These vaccines are for use from April 5 to April 11.

The large numbers of doses will allow Lumen Field to administer its largest single-day allocation as well.

Everyone eligible in phase 1A and phase 1B, tiers 1-4 can sign up for the city’s vaccination appointment notification list.

Once signed up, you receive an email notification when appointments are available at the North Seattle, Rainier Beach, West Seattle and Lumen Field sites.