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COVID-19 Vaccine Administration

Current as of Tuesday, November 30, 2021. Data and graphs are updated weekly on Tuesday, excluding holidays.

The Department of Corrections continues to make the COVID-19 vaccine available (either the two dose Moderna or single dose Johnson & Johnson) to all incarcerated individuals and staff, free of charge. Incarcerated individuals and staff who have declined receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, and who wish to change their minds about receiving the vaccine, can contact their local health services to schedule an appointment. The department continues to provide education opportunities to incarcerated individuals and staff, some of which can be found on the department’s Significant Events Timeline by typing ctrl+f and searching for “vaccine.” For more information on COVID-19 vaccines, please visit our COVID-19 vaccine frequently asked questions.

Vaccine Administration Status by Vaccine Facility

This table displays the total count of vaccines administered by the Department of Corrections to include an analysis of initiated vaccine counts (1st dose received), second vaccine counts (2nd dose received) and third vaccine counts (3rd dose received) administered by facility.

Vaccine facilities are approved by the Department of Health as vaccine storage sites.

  • Vaccine Facility: The facility which stored the vaccine that was administered.
  • Initiating Vaccination Administered: The first dose administered in the two dose series
  • Second Vaccination Administered: The second dose administered in the two dose series
  • Third Vaccination Administered: The third dose administered to fully vaccinated individuals

Moderna Vaccine Administration Status by Vaccine Facility

Source: Data is pulled from Washington State Immunization Information System (WAIIS).

Total Moderna Vaccine Administration by Vaccine Facility
Vaccine Facility Initiating Vaccination Administered Second Vaccination Administered Third Vaccination Administered Total
Airway Heights Corrections Center 1,598 1,538 19 3,155
Cedar Creek Corrections Center 199 182 27 408
Clallam Bay Corrections Center[1] 632 582 16 1,230
Coyote Ridge Corrections Center 1,582 1,479 12 3,073
Larch Corrections Center 218 126 0 344
Monroe Correctional Complex[5] 2,179 2,012 44 4,235
Mission Creek Corrections Center for Women 217 194 29 440
Olympic Corrections Center 129 133 0 262
Stafford Creek Corrections Center 1,490 1,312 25 2,827
Washington Corrections Center[2] 1,581 1,225 4 2,810
Washington Corrections Center for Women 734 572 1 1,307
Washington State Penitentiary 1,454 1,250 3 2,707
All Vaccine Facilities 12,013 10,605 180 22,798

Johnson & Johnson's Janssen Vaccine Administration Status by Vaccine Facility

Source: Data is pulled from Washington State Immunization Information System (WAIIS).

Total Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Administration by Vaccine Facility
Vaccine Facility Vaccination Administered
Airway Heights Corrections Center 271
Cedar Creek Corrections Center 144
Clallam Bay Corrections Center[3] 151
Coyote Ridge Corrections Center 194
Larch Corrections Center 101
Monroe Correctional Complex[6] 88
Mission Creek Corrections Center for Women 4
Olympic Corrections Center 133
Stafford Creek Corrections Center 251
Washington Corrections Center[4] 249
Washington Corrections Center for Women 91
Washington State Penitentiary 526
All Vaccine Facilities 2,203

Total Vaccinations Administered

Total Vaccinations Administered by Corrections

Source: Data is pulled from Washington State Immunization Information System (WAIIS).

Count of Vaccines Administered: Total count of vaccines administered by the Department of Corrections, which includes first and second dose administration.

Total Vaccinations Administered by Corrections
Type Total
Count of Vaccines Administered 25,181

Total Individuals Vaccinated by Corrections

Source: Department of Corrections database. The totals represent individuals who have received at least one dose of vaccine.

Total Individuals Vaccinated by Corrections
Type Total
Individuals in Department’s Custody 9,918
Other (Corrections Staff, Contract Staff, Office of Corrections Ombuds, Disability Rights Washington, etc.) 4,241

Vaccine Administered Monday thru Sunday

Graph 1 - Bar chart showing total vaccines administered in the last seven days

Summary

This chart displays the Count of Vaccines Administered from Monday 11/22/2021 to Sunday 11/28/2021 by the Department of Corrections. The number includes initiated vaccines (1st dose received), fully vaccinated and third dose counts to staff and incarcerated individuals. The Average Daily Count of 28.43 is calculated by adding all the counts of the seven (7) days displayed and dividing by seven (7).

Count of Vaccines Administered: Total count of vaccines administered by the Department of Corrections to staff and incarcerated individuals, which includes first and second dose administration.

Data is pulled from Washington State Immunization Information System (WAIIS).

Vaccine Administered Monday thru Sunday
Date Number of Vaccines Administered
11/22/2021 24
11/23/20211 82
11/24/2021 27
11/25/2021 0
11/26/2021 47
11/27/2021 19
11/28/2021 0

Notes & References

  • Subscript [1], Subscript [3] Staff vaccines given at Olympic Corrections Center are included in Clallam Bay Corrections Center’s staff vaccination count.
  • Subscript [2], Subscript [4] Staff vaccines given at Corrections' Headquarters (HQ) are included in Washington Corrections Center's staff vaccination count.
  • Subscript [5], Subscript [6] On Friday, April 30, 2021, at the Monroe Correctional Complex, health services staff identified the Moderna vaccine dose administered to approximately 208 incarcerated individuals had exceed it’s ‘beyond use’ date by about five days. The issue was discovered in the course of quality assurance checks. The Department of Corrections contacted Moderna that day to determine the effectiveness of the vaccine. Moderna responded on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, to confirm the vaccine dose is still effective and provides the protection needed against COVID-19. Individuals who received the vaccine were notified in one on one meetings with health services staff. Also, the health services team is reviewing protocols, discussing training and has provided additional direction to vaccination teams to ensure this occurrence is not repeated.