Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Page updated: November 10, 2021 at 5:03 p.m.

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  1. New Weekend Hours At COVID-19 Community Testing Site Start May 28

    Starting Saturday, May 28, the COVID-19 community testing site at the Bellingham International Airport will have reduced morning operating hours on weekends. Read more
  2. Children Ages 5-11 Now Eligible for Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Booster Dose

    Children ages 5-11 are now eligible to receive a single Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine booster in Washington State. Read More
  3. The CDC’s COVID-19 dashboard shows Whatcom at ‘low’ risk. The reality is more nuanced.

    You may have noticed that the CDC has moved Whatcom County back to ‘low’ on their COVID-19 dashboard. The reality is that our case rates continue to hover on the border between low and medium based on CDC criteria. Read on...
  4. COVID-19 drugs work best when taken at the start of illness

    If you are in a higher risk group for severe COVID-19 and test positive for the virus, don’t wait to start treatment - call your doctor right away! The sooner you start treatment, the better these drugs will work! Find out more...
  5. Avian Influenza detected in Whatcom County backyard flock; Prevention important for domestic birds

    Whatcom County has its first confirmed case of avian influenza in a backyard flock this year. BIrd owners should prevent contact between their animals and wild birds. People should not touch sick or infected birds - wild or domestic. Find out more.
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