The Kitsap Public Health District has been reporting a precipitous climb in COVID infections since the end of July. Between July 20 and July 26, the rate of infection per 100,000 residents leaped more than 60 points, from 41.1 to 110.9, prompting health officials to recommend wearing masks indoors in public spaces. South Kitsap is … More Mask Up Indoors: Fast Rise in COVID in Kitsap and Bainbridge
Bainbridge Prepares has been working with Bainbridge Island Community Pharmacy (BICP) and the Bainbridge Island Fire Department to distribute COVID-19 vaccines to the eligible population segments in Phase 1A and 1B.1. However, this week, the week of January 31 through February 6, the Washington State Department of Health did not supply any more doses of the … More DOH Allocates No New Vaccine Doses to Kitsap This Week
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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