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Communicable Disease

Director: Keith Higman



Local COVID-19 data can be found on our Respiratory Illness Report webpage. For more comprehensive COVID-19 related data, please refer to the statewide Respiratory Illness Data Dashboard.

Stay up to date on the current COVID-19 vaccine recommendations

Learn more here. Not sure about your vaccination status? We can help! Call Skagit County Public Health at (360) 416-1500.

Have you tested positive for COVID-19?

If you have COVID-19 symptoms or have tested positive, do not wait to get treated. No-cost treatment and medications may be available to reduce your chances of hospitalization and death. Call your provider or use the treatment locator to find a location that offers testing and treatment or a pharmacy where you can fill your prescription.

Are you sick with COVID-19 or another respiratory virus?

Follow CDC guidance. Stay home and away from others, get tested if accessible, and get treatment if you are eligible.

COVID-19 Vaccination

We have a very limited supply of the new COVID vaccines available for children ages 5 to 11 and uninsured and underinsured adults. Please call (360) 416-1500 to inquire about the availability and schedule an appointment.

COVID-19 Testing

Over-the-counter test kits are available to purchase from online retailers and in pharmacies for convenient, at-home testing. For a directory of testing sites near you, visit the DOH Testing Location webpage.

General COVID-19 Information

Reports and additional information