Find a vaccine

This vaccine locator from the Department of Health is translated into Khmer and keeps up to date information on where vaccine appointments are available:

Learn more about vaccines

On March 10th, KHB partnered with UW Medicine to host a virtual COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall on Zoom where community members could learn more about the vaccine and have their questions answered by a doctor. Live Khmer interpretation was provided during the event and a recording can be viewed here:

The Khmer Health Board is partnering with the Khmer Community of Seattle King County, Healthpoint, and UW medicine to provide free COVID-19 tests and giveaway items (while supplies last) on Saturday September 19th from 9am-3pm at the Evergreen High School Parking Lot. Additionally, health navigators from Public Health Seattle King County and a representative from Healthpoint will be available to help provide information and resources.

You do not have to be tested in order to get the giveaway items which include:

The event is open to the general public although the event is geared towards the Khmer community as in-person Khmer interpreters will be available. People who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms are encouraged to get tested although you will not be turned away for testing if you are not experiencing symptoms.

COVID-19 symptoms include:

Testing can take between 10 to 30 minutes depending on the waiting time. Both walk-up and drive through testing is available.

Check out this video dubbed in Khmer to learn more about testing.

Any updates to the event will be posted on our Khmer Health Board Facebook page. Follow us to keep up to date.

Wearing facial masks are mandatory in public spaces. Check out these tips on how to wear a fabric mask safely and effectively from the World Health Organization. Translated into Khmer by the Khmer Health Board.

The original infographic in English:

The Khmer Community of Seattle King County, in partnership with the Khmer Health Board, is giving out food vouchers for individuals and families in need of assistance to buy groceries at local Seattle stores.

Food vouchers are valued at $50 for individuals and $100 for couples/families. They can be used at one of four locations including:

To receive food vouchers or refer any community members, such as elders and other vulnerable people, contact the KCSKC by e-mailing or call (206) 637-5200.

ចាប់ផ្តើមពីថ្ងៃសុក្រទី ២៦ ខែមិថុនា ប្រជាជនរស់នៅក្នុងរដ្ឋវ៉ាស៊ីនតោនទាំងអស់ត្រូវពាក់ម៉ាស់ពេលនៅតាមទីកន្លែងសាធារណៈចំពោះសកម្មភាពទាំងក្នុងឬក្រៅផ្ទះ។ អ្វីដែលអាចយកមកប្រើជារបាំងគ្របមុខបានមានដូចជាម៉ាស់, សាច់ក្រណាត់ជាច្រើនស្រទាប់យកមកគ្របមុខហើយចងទៅខាងក្រោយក្បាល, កន្សែងរុំមុខ ឬក៏ក្រម៉ាដែលអាច យកមកគ្របពីលើមាត់និងច្រមុះ។  ក្មេងអាយុពី5ឆ្នាំឡើងទៅ ត្រូវតែពាក់របាំងមុខ, ក្មេងពីអាយុ2ឆ្នាំទៅ4ឆ្នាំ ត្រូវមានការត្រួតពិនិត្យពីមនុស្សចាស់។


បើមិនធ្វើតាមបទបញ្ជានេះ អាចបណ្តាលឱ្យមានទោសនិងពិន័យជាប្រាក់ពី ២៥ដុល្លា ទៅ ១០០ដុល្លា និង/ឬរហូតដល់ ៩០ ថ្ងៃនៅក្នុងពន្ធនាគារក្នុងតំបន់។

សូមទាក់ទងទៅរដ្ធាភិបាលក្រុងរបស់អ្នកដើម្បីទទួលយករបាំងគ្របមុខ។ ប្រជាជនរស់នៅតាមតំបន់ដែលមិនគ្រប់គ្រងដោយ រដ្ធាភិបាលក្រុងនឹងទទួលរបាំងគ្របមុខតាមរយៈក្រុមប្រឹក្សាតំបន់, សហគមន៍មូលដ្ឋាននិងអង្គការសាសនានៅតាមតំបន់នោះ។  

ប្រសិនបើអ្នកមានសំណួរអំពីអ្វីដែលកំពុងកើតឡើងនៅក្នុងរដ្ធវ៉ាស៊ីនតោន សូមទូរស័ព្ទទៅមណ្ឌលទទួលបន្ទុកជំងឺខូវីដ-១៩ COVID-19 ពីម៉ោង ៦ព្រឹកដល់ ម៉ោង១០យប់ពីថ្ងៃច័ន្ទ - សុក្រ និងម៉ោង ៨ព្រឹកដល់ ម៉ោង៦ ល្ងាច ពីថ្ងៃសៅរ៍ - ថ្ងៃអាទិត្យ តាមរយៈលេខ 1-800-525-0127 ហើយចុចសញ្ញា # ។ មានសេវាកម្មបកប្រែភាសា។

Starting on Friday, June 26, all Washington state residents are required to wear a face covering while in an outdoor or indoor public area.  A face covering can be a mask, several layers of fabric tied behind the head, bandana, or scarf that covers your mouth and nose.  Children 5 years and older must wear a face covering, children ages 2-4 with adult supervision.

Individuals may remove face coverings under certain circumstances:

Not following the order may result in a misdemeanor charge and a fine of $25 to $100 and/or up to 90 days in county jail.

Contact your city to get a face covering.  Unincorporated areas may be distributing face coverings through area councils, local community-based and faith-based organizations.  

If you have questions about what is happening in Washington, please call the WA COVID-19 Hotline from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday - Friday, and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday – Sunday at 1-800-525-0127 and press #. Language assistance is available.

Key Points:

• Continue to use cloth face coverings when in public or in situations where physical distancing is limited.
• Outdoor recreation involving 5 or fewer people outside your household permitted.
• Gather with no more than 5 people outside your household per week permitted.
• Limit essential travel.

Full details below!