The Washington State Department of Health, in partnership with Microsoft AI for Health, is now displaying COVID-19 vaccine data on its data dashboard to share the progress being made statewide as more people get vaccinated.
The dashboard includes a “high-level snapshot” under the “Current Status” tab, the state DOH explains in a news release about the data update, as well as a new “Vaccinations” tab with statewide and county-level data on where, when, and how many people are being vaccinated.
You can view the number of doses given in each county, as well as across the state of Washington, in a map view or by date. At the state level, you can also see the number of doses delivered to providers, and delivered through the federal long-term care program.
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As part of a series of updates announced by Gov. Inslee on Monday intended to speed up vaccine distribution statewide, health care providers are required to report when they give a COVID vaccine to a patient within 24 hours of doing so. Most of the data should then appear in the DOH’s dashboard within a week of when the vaccine dose was given. It will be updated on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
“This partnership and expanded data sharing is what we mean when we talk about DOH prioritizing innovation and engagement,” said state Secretary of Health Umair A. Shah, MD, MPH. “Ensuring access to this type of data is an important part of our commitment

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