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Safety Score

United States

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High

Exercise Normal Precaution

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Getting Around

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Known For

  • College Town

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Risk Level

High

Vaccination Progress

58.9%

Daily new cases

15.4 Per
100k

Infection rate

0.87

Positive test rate

39.7 %

% Vaccinated

58.9 1+ Dose

There are a few different ways to get to Tacoma. You can fly into Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and then take a bus, train, or taxi to Tacoma. You can also drive into Tacoma from Seattle or another nearby city.

There are plenty of things to do in Tacoma! You can visit the Museum of Glass, take a walk through Point Defiance Park, or see the animals at the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium. You can also go shopping at the Tacoma Mall or check out one of the many art galleries in the city.

There are many different types of food available in Tacoma. You can find everything from seafood to Thai food to burgers and fries. There are also several farmers' markets where you can buy fresh produce and other local goods.

There are a few different options for where to stay in Tacoma. You can stay in a hotel downtown, near the airport, or in one of the suburbs. There are also many RV parks and campgrounds in the area if you want to stay outside of the city.

There are a few different options for nightlife in Tacoma. You can go to one of the many bars or clubs downtown, or check out a live show at the Tacoma Dome. There are also several restaurants that stay open late if you're looking for something to eat.

The best time to visit Tacoma depends on what you want to do while you're here. If you want to enjoy the outdoors, then summer is the best time to visit. If you want to experience the city's cultural scene, then fall or winter is the best time to visit. Whatever you decide to do, Tacoma is a great place to visit any time of year!

The weather in Tacoma varies depending on the time of year. In the summer, it is usually warm and sunny, with occasional showers. In the winter, it is generally cool and wet, with occasional snowstorms.

What you pack for your trip to Tacoma will depend on the time of year you are visiting and what you plan on doing while you are there. If you are visiting in the summer, you will want to pack light clothing and sunscreen. If you are visiting in the winter, you will want to pack warm clothing and a raincoat.