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1,811 COVID cases in San Juan County since beginning of pandemic, vaccination info

As of July 15, 2022 according to the San Juan County Health and Community Services COVID dashboard, there have been 1,811 cases in San Juan County since the first case was reported in March 2020.  There have been 970 on San Juan Island, 545 on Orcas Island, 277 on Lopez Island, 9 on Shaw Island, 10 on outer islands.

Actively Monitored Cases are those cases involving confirmed positive individuals who are still in the infectious period of their illness, are required to remain in isolation, and are being carefully monitored by San Juan County public health staff. As of July 14, there are seven such cases on  Lopez Island,  13 on Orcas Island, and 18 on San Juan Island.


San Juan County Health and Community Services will be releasing additional COVID-19 appointment times on the first business day of each month (July 1 and August 1) at 10 AM.  

These appointment are available for 1st, 2nd, and booster COVID-19 vaccine doses for all ages; however, priority will be given to children under 18 years. If the appointments are filled for the month, SJC H&CS encourages you to reach out to your physician’s office or pharmacy to inquire about availability.

If you are looking to schedule your child (18 years and under) for their COVID-19 vaccine or any other routine vaccinations please see our availability at our Vaccines For Children clinics by clicking HERE.

Last modified onFriday, 15 July 2022 01:46

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