News from the County's Emergency Operation Center - April 30, 2020

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COVID-19 Testing Results Update for Kitsap County as of 2 p.m. on April 30

  • Positive tests to date: 151

  • Negative tests to date: 3,461
  • Deaths to date: 2
  • View Kitsap Public Health's interactive COVID-19 data dashboard - available in Spanish and English.
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Final day to take the COVID-19 survey

Today, April 30, is the final day to take Kitsap Public Health's COVID-19 survey Your input is needed!

The survey takes about 5 minutes to complete and responses are anonymous. Thank you to the 9,870 who have already participated.


Additional funds for Basic Food benefits

Additional funds for March and April will be available to approximately 277,000 Washington households that receive Basic Food benefits.

Learn more about these supplemental funds in English, CambodianChineseKoreanLaotianRussianSomaliSpanish, or Vietnamese.


COVID-19 risk data dashboard

Yesterday, Gov. Jay Inslee outlined the metrics and data that he and other officials review when considering how to modify the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order.

View the COVID-19 risk assessment dashboard.

View the Governor's presentation of the data at yesterday's news conference.

Inslee said he will provide more details Friday about continuation of the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order.


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Video: Who do you stay home for?

Over the last two weeks, people across Kitsap have been playing The Great Kitsap Virtual Scavenger Hunt, an app-based game you can play at home.

One of the scavenger hunt missions asked teams to share a video explaining who they stay home for. We put together a compilation of some of the video submissions and shared them on YouTube. Watch the video.


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Week of Gratitude- #BlockTheReboundKitsap

This entire week is dedicated to all who are working to keep us safe and healthy during the coronavirus pandemic. We are able to stay home and stay healthy because of their work.

Today, we salute our first responders who remain on the frontline of the COVID-19 response. These brave police, firefighters, EMT’s, 911 operators, and corrections officers never know what their workday will bring but continue to give back to the community. Thank you for your dedication and service.

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