Visit the COVID-19 Data Dashboard above to review outbreak progression within our community over time. This link (click the image) includes information regarding COVID-19 confirmed cases, hospitalizations, deaths, testing, and demographics within Island County. NOTE:
Click here to see the July 31 DOH statement regarding data delays.
On June 19, Island County received approval to move into Phase III of Governor Inslee's "Safe Start" phased approach. With this approval, business services and activities listed in Phase 3 of the Safe Start plan are permitted to operate, provided appropriate guidelines and safety measures are implemented. Current Guidance and safety criteria for reopening can be found on the "COVID-19 Reopening Guidance" webpage.
Avoid non-essential travel to reduce the risk of further COVID-19 spread. If you must travel, research your destination before departure to assess COVID-19 exposure risk and plan for appropriate precautions. See the table below to review key metrics used to determine county readiness to move between phases. This image has been pulled directly from the WA State Phase and Risk Assessment Dashboard and will be updated periodically. Please click the image below to access most up-to-date data available on the source webpage.
Last Updated: August 7, 2020 at 4:32 pm
The majority of the confirmed COVID-19 positive cases in Island County have recovered or are recovering at home. A small number have been hospitalized. Of those hospitalized, some have recovered, some are still in the hospital, and a few have resulted in fatalities. Not everyone who is infected with COVID-19 have symptoms or are tested. Most individuals who are infected have few or mild symptoms.
Last Updated: August 07, 2020 at 4:21 pm
Island County is currently in Phase III of Governor Inslee's Safe Start reopening plan. Guidance and safety criteria for reopening can be found on the "Safe Start" webpage.
The following links provide reliable information related to COVID-19 transmission throughout Island County and Washington State.
If you are ill with fever and a cough or shortness of breath, stay home. If you are unsure of how to care for yourself or are concerned about your condition, call your health care provider for advice. If you feel you need to visit your doctor, call them first. Keep yourself separated from other people and animals in your home. Cover your coughs and sneezes and wash your hands often.
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The Washington State Department of Health has established a call center to address questions from the public. If you have questions about what is happening in Washington State, how the virus is spread, and what to do if you have symptoms, please call
1.800.525.0127 and press #.
Additional Updates are available from the Federal CDC and Washington Dept. of Health
Phone Number:360.678.2301Hours:Monday - Friday:8:00am - 4:30pm
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