Due to the its ramped-up efforts to make COVID-19 vaccinations available to Bainbridge Islanders, the City will be reducing operations at its drive-through COVID-19 test site starting February 1. Tests will be available on Mondays and Wednesdays only, between 1 and 5 p.m. by appointment. The City will be offering 52 appointments per day during … More New Days for COVID-19 Test Site
This week, on January 18, the State of Washington announced that we had entered a new tier in the COVID-19 vaccination rollout. Tier 1 of Phase B1 is for people 65 or older and for people 50 or older who live in a multigenerational household. This means that any people who meet those criteria and … More Washington Enters New Vaccination Tier
Thanks to a partnership among Bainbridge Prepares, the City of Bainbridge Island, the Bainbridge Island Fire Department, and Bainbridge Island Community Pharmacy, many Bainbridge citizens have been able to be vaccinated on the Island against COVID-19. The number of Islanders who have received the first dose of the Moderna vaccine has now reached 770 after … More COVID-19 Vaccination Update
November 4 saw the grand opening of the City of Bainbridge Island drive-through COVID-19 testing site in Town Square. The site is staffed mostly by Bainbridge Prepares volunteers from the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC), Medical Emergency Response (BIEMR), and Community Emergency Response (CERT) teams. People looking to be tested sign up online here and then … More Bainbridge Prepares Is Key Part of Island COVID-19 Testing
The Kitsap Public Health District is reporting a slight increase in positive tests for COVID-19 in June. After seeing a total of just nine new cases in May, the county already has 9 new confirmed infections as of June 8, bringing the Kitsap total to 172 since the onset of the outbreak. These numbers are … More Kitsap Sees Small Uptick in COVID Cases
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