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Recent Updates

     
  • FREE COVID TEST PROGRAM ENDS MAY 11: The state is ending its Say Yes! COVID Test program on May 11. After March 13, eligibility will change to focus on Washington communities that are most in need. Free tests are also available from the federal government. (This post was updated to correct a date.)
  • MASKING REQUIREMENTS UPDATE: Effective April 3, the state Department of Health will end the Secretary of Health Mask Order, which currently requires universal masking in healthcare, long-term care, and adult correctional facilities for people age 5 and older. Individual facilities can choose to require masks. Several worker protection requirements enforced by the state Department of Labor & Industries remain in effect
  • FAST ACCESS TO TREATMENT: The state Department of Health has relaunched its free telehealth program to make it easier for eligible residents to quickly access antiviral medications for COVID-19. Antivirals must be taken within the first five days of experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and testing positive. To access the telehealth program, visit this website or call 1-800-525-0127.
  • UPDATED BOOSTERS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN: Updated “bivalent” COVID-19 booster vaccines are now authorized and recommended for children as young as 6 months old. These updated boosters provide better protection against the Omicron variants of COVID-19 that are now spreading. Contact your pediatrician or go to vaccinatewa.org to find an appointment.
  • TESTS AND MASKS AVAILABLE: Kitsap Public Health District has delivered COVID-19 self-tests and high quality masks to dozens of organizations throughout Kitsap County. Test and masks can be accessed at many locations in the community, such as food banks and libraries. If you need help obtaining tests or masks for yourself or your organization, please contact immunizations@kitsappublichealth.org or call 360-728-2007.
COVID-19 DATA DASHBOARD

This dashboard is updated by the Washington State Department of Health. Click or hover above the map to view data for specific counties. Visit our COVID-19 data page or the Department of Health's data page to view additional dashboards.


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