Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Last reviewed: September 15, 2022 at 3:54 p.m.

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  1. How to Report At-Home COVID-19 Test Results

    The Washington State Department of Health debuted a new tool for reporting at-home COVID-19 test results. People can now report the results of an at-home COVID-19 test online. Learn more
  2. Health Department Urges Preventative Measures as Whatcom Sees Second Monkeypox Case

    A person in their 20s has become the second Whatcom County resident with confirmed Monkeypox Virus (MPV). It is important that everyone follow the basic precautions listed here to reduce the risk of catching and spreading MPV. Read on...
  3. Variant-specific COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Availability in Whatcom County

    Anyone 12 and older can now get the new Moderna and Pfizer booster shot that helps to protect against the COVID-19 Omicron variants. These new booster shots are coming to local pharmacies soon and will be offered at our pop-up clinic this Friday, Sept. 9. Learn more
  4. September Pop-up COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

    There are six pop-up clinics at four locations in September. The clinics are open to everyone ages 6 months and older unless otherwise stated. No insurance required Read more
  5. COVID-19 Testing Moves from Bellingham Airport to Avero Diagnostics Drive-Through

    Today, Aug. 31, our testing partner, Avero Diagnostics (formerly Northwest Laboratory) will end drive-through COVID-19 tests at the Bellingham International Airport community site. Learn more
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