WASHINGTON STATE - The Washington State Department of Health announced that the state has finally reached its 70% vaccination goal.
As of July 12, 70% of people 16 and older have received at least one dose of the COVID vaccine.
"Although our state has reached this milestone, our work is not over. DOH will continue to focus on increasing immunization rates, especially among communities and groups that have lower vaccination rates," the DOH said in a press release.
Seattle became the first major city in the country to reach that 70% vaccination rate back on June 9.
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