Gonzaga University is joining the list of schools that will require students to prove they are vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to participate in campus activities this fall.
Two batches of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID vaccine manufactured at the troubled Baltimore plant have been authorized for use by the FDA. But many more must be thrown out.
On Thursday, the first winner of Washington's "Shot of a Lifetime" lottery claimed their $250,000 prize.
It was designed as an innovative way to promote COVID-19 vaccinations, but Washington’s new “joints for jabs” program is off to a rough start.
Josie Waddington, media manager for Uncle Ike's pot shops, joins Q13 News This Morning to discuss the buzz around Washington's latest vaccine incentive program.
The Washington State Lottery's Shot of a Lifetime vaccine incentive program starts Tuesday with the first lottery drawing.
First, it was free beer. Then, it was the chance for cash and loads of other prizes. Now, it's “Joints for Jabs.”
Cash and hundreds of other prizes are up for grabs for people who have been vaccinated.
A victim in an elaborate COVID vaccine scheme who lost his life savings, nearly a million dollars, is speaking out.
Washington Lottery Director Marcus Glasper joins Q13 News This Morning to discuss the state's new cash incentive program for vaccinations.
While big bucks are on the line, the Washington State Lottery is not the only incentive campaign attempting to encourage people into getting COVID-19 vaccinations.
Children as young as 12 can get their vaccine, but Seattle Children's is hoping it can help clear the hurdle for younger kids to get the shots.
The University of Washington is requiring all employees to have the COVID-19 vaccine before returning to school in the fall semester.
If cash prizes or other financial incentives are announced, Washington would join other states like Ohio, Colorado and New Mexico in offering money for COVID shots.
In a reversal of their decision last month, Eastern Washington University officials have decided that students and staff must get a COVID-19 vaccine to be on campus.
The governor will be joined by the state's lottery director Thursday afternoon to make a major announcement on COVID-19 vaccine incentives.
3.3 million people in Washington were fully vaccinated as of May 30, inching the state closer to a 70 percent vaccination rate that would allow it to fully open before June 30.
Peninsula Community Health Services is offering COVID vaccines on the Seattle-Bremerton ferry route on select days.
The Seattle Mariners will increase seating capacity at T-Mobile Park to nearly 31,000 people for the upcoming home stand June 14-23, but most of those fans will be vaccinated.
On Friday, several members of a local mosque decided to get the COVID-19 vaccine despite a little anxiety over it. Some say having the vaccine brought to them in a setting where they feel safe and protected made all the difference.