Washington State Mandatory Face Mask Proclamation in effect
Washington State Mandatory Face Mask Proclamation in effect

 

As Mason County Public Health and Washington State Department of Health responds to the COVID-19 outbreak in Washington State, there are hundreds of questions each day. While it’s difficult to answer each and every question received. Washington State Department of Health has compiled some of the most frequently asked questions and their responses.

Mason County COVID-19 Testing Results

    Positive Cases - 415    
Updated Daily

Early testing is encouraged.
At the earliest signs of symptoms please reach out to the Respiratory Illness Triage line. They can assist you in scheduling an appointment at Mason Health’s Drive Thru COVID-19 testing.

Covid 19 Respiratory Illness Triage Line

 

Practice Social Distancing
Social distancing means keeping extra space between yourself and others to reduce the risk of getting or spreading COVID-19. If social distancing is done correctly it will help limit your exposure possibilities and slow the transmission of the virus from person to person. With the participation of everyone it will help avoid overwhelming our medical system. As a community lets work hard to protect ourselves and our loved ones.

  • Stay home except for essential needs: medical appts, medication, groceries, or emergencies
  • Keep at least 6 feet of space between yourself and others whenever possible.
  • Wash your hands regularly, before and after an essential public activity.
  • Help family and friends who need assistance staying home: Call and check on your neighbor.
  • One-person go to the grocery store when needed to limit exposure possibilities. Take a list to help limit your visits.
  • Clean your Fruits and Vegetables before placing in refrigerator or stored location.
  • Avoid touching your face, mouth, nose and eyes.
  • Clean — and then disinfect — surfaces and things you touch often. These include tables, chairs, doorknobs, light switches, buttons, handrails, countertops, remote controls, shared electronic equipment, shared exercise equipment, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets and sinks.
  • Promote outdoor activities at home to get that fresh air. Stay home does not mean stay inside.
  • Explain to youth the importance of social distancing and preventing the spread of COVID-19