Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Page updated: Friday January 22, 2021 at 2:59 p.m. 

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Starting January 11, 2021, Washington State is now following a regional recovery approach. Each region begins in Phase 1.

COVID-19 Case Data for Whatcom County

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  1. Whatcom County COVID-19 Vaccine Update 1/20/21

    The announcement on Monday, January 18 that Washington is moving to the next phase of COVID-19 vaccine distribution has generated a lot of questions. Here are the answers to some of the ones we’re hearing the most. Read on...
  2. Whatcom County Vaccine Update 1/18/21

    Washington State Department of Health has announced that we will start to move to Phase 1B Tier 1 today. This opens up vaccinations to people 65 and older, and people who are 50 and older who live in multigenerational households. Learn more
  3. Whatcom County Vaccine Update 1/14/2021

    Whatcom County is still in Phase 1A of Washington State’s Vaccine Allocation Plan. Here is the latest update on where we are and where we are headed with vaccine allocation and administration. Learn more
  4. Soaring COVID-19 Case Rates Across Whatcom County

    Our data shows COVID-19 case rates increasing dramatically throughout our county and are especially high in Lynden and Nooksack Valley. Learn more
  5. Whatcom County COVID-19 Cases Are Higher Than Ever and Rising

    COVID-19 cases in Whatcom County are at their highest point ever and rising faster than at any time since the pandemic began. Case counts will keep rising unless we all take strong, decisive action now. Learn more
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