This week, Human Resources contacted all staff by email about your immunization records. If your records are already on file, there is no action needed.
If you have missing/incomplete immunization records, documentation of immunity may be provided through any of the following:
- Date of birth before 1957.
- Record of age-appropriate measles vaccination with a live measles virus-containing vaccine: two doses for anyone 4 years and older; one dose for adults, verified by a licensed healthcare provider.
- A letter from a licensed health care provider documenting infection with and full recovery from previous measles illness.
- A letter from a licensed health care provider that confirms a blood test or serology showing measles immunity.
Note: Getting a vaccination after measles exposure does not qualify as proof of immunity.
You may be able to access your vaccination record the state Department of Health MyIR system.
Free Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR) vaccinations are available at HealthPoint clinics in south King County.
Find information about the measles vaccine and where to get it on the Public Health website.