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Recent Updates

     
  • DATA UPDATE: Weekly COVID-19 dashboards will not be updated Nov. 24 due to the Thanksgiving holiday. The next data update will be posted Dec. 1.
  • STATE COVID-19 EMERGENCY ORDER ENDING: Gov. Jay Inslee announced that Washington state’s COVID-19 emergency declaration will end Oct. 31.  Some statewide COVID-19 response measures are being removed, while others remain active. Masks are still required in healthcare and long-term care facilities. The state Department of Labor & Industries continues to require employers to meet certain workplace safety standards. New COVID-19 prevention guidance has been issued for childcare centers and schools, and healthcare settings.
  • COVID-19 remains a threat in Kitsap County and across the state. Protect your health by staying up to date on vaccination and taking simple steps to avoid getting and spreading COVID-19.
  • UPDATED BOOSTERS FOR AGES 5-11: Updated “bivalent” COVID-19 booster vaccines are now recommended for children ages 5-11. These updated boosters provide better protection against new variants of COVID-19. Kitsap Public Health and other local providers are opening booster appointments for this age group as supplies are received. Check the clinic listings on our vaccine page or contact your family’s healthcare provider for updates. This is also a great time to get your routine flu vaccine. It is safe to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and flu vaccine at the same time.
  • COVID-19 TESTING UPDATE:  Curative has discontinued its South Kitsap testing site due to low demand. COVID-19 testing remains widely available throughout the county and self-tests can be ordered at no charge. See our testing and treatment page for a list of testing sites and links for ordering tests.

  • NEW SCHOOLS GUIDANCE: The state Department of Health released new COVID-19 guidance for K-12 schools and child care.
  • FAST ACCESS TO TREATMENT: The state Department of Health launched a 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.
  • 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 stephanie.byrd@kitsappublichealth.org or call 360-728-2235.


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