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Skagit County 2h
UPDATE FROM THE TESTING SITE: Wait times are holding around 20 minutes. Still a great time to come by if you're worried you've been exposed and would like to be tested today.
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Skagit County 5h
UPDATE: Wait times at the Drive through test site are approximately 15 minutes. We're open until 4:00 p.m. If you're concerned you've had an exposure- come get tested.
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Skagit County Aug 11
Worried you've been exposed and thinking about getting tested? Wait time at the Skagit Valley College testing site are under 30 minutes RIGHT NOW- head on over!
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Skagit County Aug 8
Masks have become part of our “out the door” routines. Keeping a clean mask by your door can help ensure that you always when leaving the house. Wearing a mask helps keep you and your community safe from COVID-19. Let’s all and beat this deadly virus.
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Skagit County Aug 7
New research shows that wearing face coverings reduces the risk of infection to the wearer by 65 percent. Check out this article and live stream by two U.C.- Davis professors here: Wear a mask, protect others and protect yourself. .
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Skagit County Aug 5
Did you know that new research suggests wearing a mask protects you from getting COVID-19? Three California based scientists talk more about their research, findings and recommendations here: Wear a mask, protect other and protest yourself.
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Skagit County Aug 3
We're all adjusting to life with COVID-19. Wearing a mask is critical to keeping yourself and your community safe. Keeping a clean mask in your purse or backpack can help ensure that you're always ready to no matter what life throws at you!
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Skagit County Aug 1
In early May, two hair stylists tested positive for COVID-19. In total, the stylists had serviced 139 clients-but not a single client got sick. Why? Everyone wore masks and followed their Health Department recommended guidelines. See more here:
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Skagit County Jul 31
COVID-19 isn't going away-- we all need to change our habits to keep ourselves and our community safe. Keeping a clean mask in your car will help ensure that when you run to the grocery store, or cross paths with someone at the park, you can and be safe.
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Skagit County Jul 30
Yakima County had the worst rates of transmission in the state till everyone starting wearing masks. You can read more about it here: The evidence is clear: wearing a mask reduces the spread of COVID-19.
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goskagit Jul 28
There have been more new cases of COVID-19 in Skagit County during July than in any month since the pandemic began.
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Skagit County Jul 25
We’ve been consistently experiencing high volumes at our Drive-Through testing site on Mondays. If you’re in a hurry, avoid the lines and come a little later in the week. Interested in volunteering? Contact the Department of Emergency Management at 360-416-1853
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Economic Development Alliance of Skagit County Jul 20
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Skagit County Jul 20
A modified burn ban will go into effect for all of Skagit County this Friday, July 24 and will continue until further notice. This ban includes all residential and land clearing fires in unincorporated Skagit County. For more information, please visit
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Skagit County Jul 20
Chip Sealing is a cost saving, efficient measure Skagit County Public Works uses to keep our roads maintained. For more information on road closures, visit:
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Rep. Rick Larsen Jul 17
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Skagit County Jul 17
Like the rest of the State, Skagit County continues to see a high rate of COVID-19 cases. Remeber, please , and
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Skagit County Jul 16
We continue to see a increasing rate of transmission of COVID-19 with significant cases related to social gatherings. No gathering is perfectly safe, and you should continue to gather small there are steps you can take to help protect yourself and your friends:
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Skagit County Jul 16
and want to encourage you to to Save Skagit businesses! (If you're a business owner and would like a printable version of the graphic below- send us a message with your email address!)
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Skagit County Jul 14
Today, announced that he is halting all forward progress in the Safe Start plan due to increasing transmission throughout the state. Skagit County will not be able to apply to move forward to Phase 3 until at least the end of this month.
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