COVID-19 update from the Kitsap EOC - June 4, 2020

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COVID-19 Testing Results Update for Kitsap County as of 2 p.m. on June 4

Health District Update

Kitsap Public Health has updated data in the Kitsap County COVID-19 Risk Assessment Dashboard through May 30. The dashboard includes more than 30 charts highlighting key indicators related to COVID-19 in our community, including disease activity, health care system readiness, case investigations, testing availability, and more.


COVID-19 daily case update


Washington State risk assessment dashboard updated

Gov. Jay Inslee and the state’s Joint Information Center have launched an updated version of the state’s COVID-19 risk assessment dashboard. The updated dashboard provides researchers and the public a better ability to see what’s happening at the regional and county level when it comes to COVID-19 activity, testing, and healthcare system readiness.

This new dashboard replaces the dial dashboard that was better suited for measuring statewide metrics. Additional metrics will be added or modified over time.


Free Fishing weekend

Free Fishing Weekend

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's "Free Fishing Weekend" is June 6-7, when fishing licenses are not required of anyone to fish in Washington. Free Fishing Weekend in Washington is always the first weekend after the first Monday in June.

Anglers will need to follow state guidelines by continuing to recreate in their local communities, traveling only with family or other members of their immediate household, and practicing physical distancing by keeping 6 feet apart. 

Check ahead of time to see if your preferred destination or launch is open. Some local marinas or facilities – including tribal lands – remain closed, and anglers should be prepared to change plans if their first choice is closed or too congested.

Please see the Fishing Regulation Pamphlet for all rules and restrictions.


First week of Phase 2 completed

Kitsap County is wrapping up its first week in Phase 2 of the state’s Safe Start Recovery Plan.

You can review guidance for businesses during Phase 2 beginning on page 86 in the Kitsap County Pathway to Recovery Playbook:

Guidance for Individuals:

  • High Risk Populations - Continue to stay home, stay healthy
  • Recreation - All outdoor recreation involving fewer than 5 people outside the household
  • Gatherings - Gather with no more than 5 people outside your household per week
  • Travel - Essential travel and limited non-essential travel for Phase 1 and 2 permissible activities

To learn more about what is permitted in Phase 2, please visit Governor Inslee’s website at:


Phase 2 week 1


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