The one-day clinic will be open on Sunday with the goal of administering 2,000 vaccines to the public, a spokesman for Inslee told the Post.
The clinic will distribute the vaccine to healthcare workers, first responders, and people 65 years and older. The state’s goal is to vaccinate 45,000 people a day.
The tech giant will work in collaboration with the Virginia Mason Health System, where residents must register and make an appointment.
The announcement comes after Amazon on Thursday offered itself up as an ally to President Joe Biden in his effort to distribute coronavirus vaccines.
It also comes after officials from Washington State turned to the private sector — tapping the coffee giant Starbucks — to help them ramp up the state’s COVID-19 vaccination capacity earlier this week.
Inslee’s office didn’t immediately return a request for comment Thursday.