Welcome to Skagit County
June 23, 2021
COVID-19 Updates from Skagit County
Case Counts in Skagit County
Skagit currently has a case rate of 75.9 per 100k over the last 14 days and a hospitalization rate of 5.4 new COVID-19 patients per 100k over the last seven days.
While our case counts are low and continuing to decrease, we are sad to report two more deaths this past week. Each death due to COVID-19 is preventable. We know that the vaccines are 100% effective against death from COVID. Please—get vaccinated and urge your loved ones to do the same.
Skagit Fairgrounds Vaccine Clinic closing after this Saturday
The Skagit Fairgrounds vaccine clinic is now in its last week of operation. Doors will close permanently after Saturday, June 26th. We have Pfizer and J&J available—no appointment required—Thursdays (1-7pm) and Fridays/Saturdays (10am-4pm). As always, the vaccines are free and available to anyone 12+.
For a full list of vaccine providers in Skagit County, go to: https://vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov/.
Upcoming Pop-Up Vaccine Clinics in Skagit County
Our pop-up vaccine clinics are available to anyone 12+ (when Pfizer available) or 18+ (when J&J available); no appointment needed! Visit our website for a full list: www.skagitcounty.net/COVIDvaccine.
Getting vaccinated is quick, easy, and convenient! Getting the vaccine takes 15-20 minutes tops, then folks can be on their way. Getting vaccinated is the best way to ensure you, your family, and friends are protected this summer.
Pop-up dates for THIS WEEK include:
Reminder: Check with your pharmacy about COVID vaccinations!
Most chain-store and neighborhood pharmacies have COVID-19 vaccines available now; most on a walk-up basis! Next time you find yourself on a shopping trip to your local Haggen, Safeway, RiteAid, Walgreens, Walmart, or Costco and see that "Walk-up appointment" sign, go get vaccinated!