Vaccine supply expected to surge soon

Vaccine supply expected to surge soon

Source: https://www.axios.com

The U.S. supply of coronavirus vaccines is expected to significantly expand over the next few months, with more than enough doses available to vaccinate all U.S. adults before the end of July, Bloomberg reports.

Why it matters: If manufacturing goes according to plan, the intense competition for shots will end relatively soon, and attention will turn instead to increasing vaccine uptake.

By the numbers: The U.S. is currently administering 1.6 million doses a day, and has a supply of 10 to 15 million doses a week.

But the number of …

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When and Where Can I Get Vaccinated

When and Where Can I Get Vaccinated

As news of the COVID-19 vaccine starts to surface, it’s critical to be knowledgeable of the steps you can take to get vaccinated. Below are links to various websites containing information regarding vaccination information, eligibility, and locations:

General information regarding vaccination: Eligibility (phases): FILL OUT THE SURVEY, AND YOU CAN SIGN UP FOR PHONE NUMBER/EMAIL PUSH NOTIFICATIONS.

Bellevue residents can get vaccinated at following locations:

Overlake Hospital Medical Center

1035 116th Ave NE Bellevue, WA 98004

Make sure to read through these links before registering and booking your COVID-19 vaccine …

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Happy New Year

Seattle Chinese Immigrants Center Celebrates Grand Opening of Bellevue Office

Seattle Chinese Immigrants Center Celebrates Grand Opening of Bellevue Office

Conrad Lee spoke at the Grand Opening celebration of the Bellevue Office of the Seattle Chinese New Immigrants Center, an organization dedicated to providing help for new immigrants in the Greater Seattle area.

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Conrad Lee Reassures Voters at Woodridge Community Assocation Candidate Forum

Conrad Lee Reassures Voters at Woodridge Community Assocation Candidate Forum

As the City Council’s “Fiscal Hawk” who fights against wasteful spending and to keep taxes low, Conrad Lee has consistently been a dependable vote on the Council against the Eastgate Homeless shelter. Mr. Lee reassured voters at the Woodridge Community Association Candidate Forum that our childrens’ safety is non-negotiable. We must keep our streets safe for our children, and homeless shelters must not be allowed near schools and residential neighborhoods.

 

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Bellevue Turns out Big to Support Conrad!

Bellevue Turns out Big to Support Conrad!

Bellevue turns out Big to Support Conrad’s Kickoff
Overflow crowd raises over $70,000

Conrad Lee formally announced his candidacy for re-election to the Bellevue City Council at a sold out crowd of over 450 supporters at the Bellevue Hilton.

Lee pledged to remain steadfast “as a voice for the voiceless and an advocate for low taxes, jobs and economic growth. I will remain true to these fundamental principles. I fear that with our city’s successful economic growth, many in our communities feel their government is becoming less accountable, …

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Bellevue’s Neighborhood Match Program!

Bellevue’s Newest Neighborhood Match Program has come out, which means that every citizen in Bellevue has an opportunity to:

Enhance and beautify Bellevue’s neighborhoods
Encourage participation
Foster a sense of community and neighborhood pride

This program provides funding for small scale neighborhood improvement projects, and the City is willing to provide up to $10,000 for each project. The community must also match every donation made by the city. This is an amazing gateway to connect our community and work together to build a beautiful Bellevue at every chance we’re given!

To …

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We Won! Thank You!

Dear Friends,

Thank you for once again choosing me to represent our wonderful city on the Bellevue City Council. I am proud to have been given the opportunity to serve another term on the Council, and I know that we can make our city even better over these next four years.

Since I first took office in 1993, Bellevue has become a regional hub of commerce. Other cities in the Northwest look to us as an example of government responsibility and budget sustainability. Even though we were …

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Mayor Lee’s Letter to Bellevue Residents

Dear Neighbors,

You may have seen the hundreds of yard signs popping up this month with the names of candidates for the City Council, School Board, and other important positions in our local government. However, the election this November is about more than just any specific candidate. Instead, it is about keeping Bellevue on the right track.

During my twenty years serving on the Bellevue City Council, I have always believed that one of the highest priorities of our local government should be to improve our quality …

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Mayor Lee Invites Community to Fu Dog Dedication Ceremony

The people of Bellevue come from all different countries and backgrounds, and that is part of what makes Bellevue a great place to live. Mayor Conrad Lee continues to support this melting pot of cultures through his support of the Bellevue Sister Cities Association.

Bellevue currently has four sister cities: Kladno, Czech Republic; Liepaja, Latvia; Yao, Japan; and Hualien, Taiwan. Recently, in commemoration of a 30-year relationship, Hualien has given two 3,600 pound marble Fu Dogs installed outside Bellevue City Hall.

There will be a dedication ceremony on …

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