COVID-19
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Hello Thurston County! I hope you all are enjoying the sunny weather! I want to answer some of the questions I have received recently. These include questions about being fully vaccinated and … more
Thurston County offers three types of assistance for residents who are struggling to pay their rent according to the Thurston County Housing Action Team. These programs include rent assistance, … more
South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) today announced that it will become a fully vaccinated COVID-19 campus for the start of Fall Quarter 2021. The decision to become a vaccinated campus is … more
Hello Thurston County.  I really enjoy receiving questions from the community each week. In this week’s letter, I will address many questions on a variety of COVID topics you have sent … more
Crosscut answers your questions about what life without COVID restrictions may look like: Updated with more information about masks for the unvaccinated and answers to other reader … more
Hello Thurston County! We are continuing to see our community COVID-19 transmission rates gradually decline. Today our transmission rates are 102.1 cases per 100K over 14 days per the Risk … more
Hello Thurston County! I am excited for the beginning of summer. This week I wanted to answer some of the questions I have received from the community. Why is there a discrepancy between the … more
Hello Thurston County! I want to update you on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic in Thurston County. There has been a lot of new guidance recently regarding masking after vaccination. Masking is … more
Thurston County Public Health and Social Services (PHSS) is temporarily moving the large-scale drive through vaccination clinics scheduled for May 12-16 from South Puget Sound Community College … more
OLYMPIA – Thurston County Public Health and Social Services (PHSS) is partnering with local organizations to host community COVID-19 vaccination clinics on Saturday for any member of the public … more
What would have been unimaginable six weeks ago is actual news this week:  An abundance of COVID-19 vaccines are available -- and will expire if not given to people in the next few … more
Dear Superintendents and Heads of School, Thurston County is experiencing higher levels of COVID-19 transmission in our county. This is reflected in the following metrics: Thurston … more
The number of people vaccinated in Thurston County continues to steadily climb. As of today, Thurston County health officials say, 30.44 percent of county residents have received at least one dose … more
All Washington adults who want a COVID-19 vaccine will be able to get in line on April 15, two weeks before President Joe Biden’s deadline for states to make vaccines available to … more
Over a quarter of the Thurston County population has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination, as weekly allocations of vaccinations continue to increase. Today, Thurston County … more
Sometime this coming week, Thurston County health officials expect to hit a notable milestone in the COVID-19 vaccination effort — giving the 100,000th vaccine. As of yesterday, 99,212 vaccines … more
Thurston County Public Health and Social Services (PHSS) will host first-dose COVID-19 vaccination clinics at South Puget Sound Community College today, tomorrow and Sunday, March 18, 20 and 21. … more
As more people become eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, Providence has open appointments Saturday, March 20 for the first-dose Moderna vaccination during a mass vaccination clinic at … more
As of today, 19.5 percent of Thurston County residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, as vaccine allocation to licensed providers in the county continues to … more
Racism in Thurston County was declared a crisis today, following a unanimous vote from the Board of County Commissioners. The vote came following many months of heightened activity among activists … more
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