COVID-19

Gauge for Case Information Page

Masking in public, indoor places is recommended, although no longer required, depending on the level of the Jefferson County COVID-19 case rate, shown above. 

05/17/2022: The two-week case rate is 774 cases per 100,000 people. The risk of COVID-19 transmission in public, indoor places is high. At this level, it's strongly recommended everyone wear a well-fitting, high-quality mask in public, indoor settings. This gauge is updated Tuesdays and Fridays. 

A basic measure of disease frequency is rate. The counties in Washington State all use the same formula in order to make it easy to compare rates with one another. To calculate a two-week case rate, we divide the number of cases that occur in a two-week period by the number of people in the county. We then multiply that result by 100,000, showing what the figure would be if all counties had the same population of 100,000. View more case data.

Testing Updates

Home Test Positive? Click here to let us know.

FREE home tests for people with symptoms or those who were in close contact at the following locations: Brinnon Fire Dept.; Discovery Bay Fire Dept.; Jeff. Co. Library & Bookmobile; Jeff. Co. Public Health Office; Quilcene Fire Dept. 
Free Masks
Free masks are at Jefferson County Public Health office beside QFC in Port Townsend.
Jefferson Healthcare Hospital Update
  • Call Jefferson Healthcare’s nurse consult line at 360-344-3094 before visiting the Emergency Room or the Express Clinic with mild COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Consider testing at home using a rapid antigen test before seeking a PCR test from a provider.
  • Get up to date with your COVID-19 vaccinations.

Jefferson County COVID-19 Vaccination Availability (updated 04/26/22)

Locations below offer initial doses of vaccine as well as boosters (if eligible), unless otherwise stated.

Jefferson County Public Health Clinic in Port Townsend

  • Pfizer (Ages 5-11 ONLY)
  • Must make an appointment by phone.
  • Appointments available Tuesdays 1-4 PM
  • (360) 385-9400

Jefferson Healthcare Express Clinic in Port Townsend

  • Johnson & Johnson (18 and older) First doses ONLY. Boosters NOT offered at this location at this time.
  •  Walk in, this location does not schedule appointments. 
  •  Vaccination in the express clinic is available 7 days a week from 9 AM - 4:30 PM
  • (360) 385-2204

Jefferson Healthcare in Port Townsend

  • Patients enrolled with a Jefferson Healthcare Primary Care provider may be able to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination/booster through the primary care clinics in Port Townsend in conjunction with a provider visit.

Jefferson Healthcare at Port Ludlow Pharmacy

  • Pfizer (12 and older at this time); Johnson & Johnson (18 and older) Wednesdays and Thursdays 
  • Must make an appointment by phone.
  • (360) 379-2254

QFC in Port Hadlock or Sequim

  • Pfizer (12 and older only at this time, only at Port Hadlock location); Moderna (18 and older, only at Sequim location)
  • Must make an appointment, click here to schedule.
  • Appointment by phone: 1-866-211-5320

Safeway in Port Townsend, Sequim or Kingston

  • Pfizer (12 and older only at this time); Moderna (18 and older) 
  • Make an appointment (strongly recommended) or walk in at the times below. 
  • Walk-in Mon., Wed., Thurs. & Fri., 10 AM-12 PM or 2 PM-3:30, Tues. 12 PM-4 PM or Sat. 11 AM-1 PM or 2 PM-4 PM. No vaccinations on Sunday.
  • (360) 385-2860 (Port Townsend) or (360) 681-2120 (Sequim) or (360) 297-1811 (Kingston)

Tri-Area Pharmacy in Port Hadlock

  • Pfizer (12 and older only at this time); Moderna (18 and older)
  • Walk in 9 AM-12 PM two days a week, with days subject to change. Please call ahead. This location does not schedule appointments. 
  • (360) 379-9800

Walgreens in Sequim

  • Moderna (18 and older)
  • Must make an appointment online by clicking here
  • (360) 681-2018

Walmart in Sequim

  • Pfizer (5 and older); Moderna (18 and older); Johnson & Johnson (18 and older)  
  • Appointment strongly recommended. Make an appointment online by clicking here
  • Monday-Friday 9 AM-1 PM, 2-8 PM; Saturday 9 AM-1 PM, 2-6 PM  Sunday, 10 AM-1 PM, 2-6 PM.
  • (360) 683-9453

Rite Aid in Sequim or Kingston

  • Pfizer (5 and older); Moderna (18 and older)
  • Make an appointment online by clicking here or walk in any day 2-3 PM. Must make an appointment for vaccinations for children ages 5-11
  • (360) 681-0129 (Sequim) or (360) 297-5200 (Kingston)

Washington State Vaccine Locator: To find a Covid-19 vaccine in WA state:  Vaccinate WA: COVID-19 Vaccine Availability 

If you are experiencing stress due to COVID-19 call the Washington Listens line at 833-681-0211 for support and resources. For a comprehensive list of mental health resources (including local resources): Mental Health Resources

Board of County Commissioner Meetings with COVID-19 Updates

Every Monday, at 9:45 AM, Dr. Allison Berry, Public Health Officer for Jefferson County, or a member of Public Health, will be giving regular public updates about COVID-19 during the County Commissioner’s weekly meetings. To Join:

Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/93777841705
This option will allow you to join the meeting live. You will need to enter an email address. If you wish to provide public comment, click on the hand icon at the bottom of the screen to "raise your hand." Participation will be up to the Chair and/or Clerk of the meeting.

 Those without internet can listen by dialing: 1-253-215-8782 enter Access Code: 937-7784-1705# (if you wish to provide public comment, press *9 to "raise your hand."

To see live or recorded videos of the Board of County Commissioners’ meeting, go to www.co.jefferson.wa.us and click on “Videos of Meetings” on the lower left side of the screen. Choose “Streaming Live” or “Recorded.”

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Resources & Recommendations

A COVID-19 Resource page: the result of many different community groups

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When to seek medical evaluation and advice

If you have symptoms like cough, fever, or other respiratory problems, call your healthcare provider. Isolate yourself and wear a mask before leaving the house.

If you are having a medical emergency, call 9-1-1.