COVID-19 update from the Kitsap EOC - November 28, 2020

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COVID-19 Testing Results Update for Kitsap County as of 11 a.m. Nov. 28

View the COVID-19 Risk Assessment Dashboard for the latest data.

THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY UPDATE: Kitsap Public Health District is closed Thursday, Nov. 26 and Friday, Nov. 27. Daily COVID-19 data updates will not be posted on Nov. 26. or Nov. 29. There will be no Coronavirus Bulletin on Sunday, Nov. 29.


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Coping with COVID: Regulating emotions during a pandemic

We’re about eight months into the COVID-19 pandemic, and there’s a lot going on around us. We’re balancing a lot — work, school, family, and the upcoming holidays — during a time of great uncertainty. If you find yourself reacting more negatively to things you’re experiencing, you’re not alone. Feeling angry or frustrated is a normal response during a pandemic, but there are things you can do to manage those emotions.

In this episode of the Washington State Department of Health's (DOH) , Kira Mauseth, PhD and Doug Dicharry, MD discuss the causes of strong emotional reactions and what we can do to feel more in control during stressful times.

Read more about emotional regulation skills for adults and children in this DOH blog post.


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November behavioral health forecast now available

The COVID-19 pandemic strongly influences behavioral health symptoms and behaviors across the state due to far-reaching medical, economic, social, and political consequences. For the last several weeks, we have begun to experience the full force of the disillusionment phase of the pandemic. As such, many people are feeling burnt out, exhausted, and overwhelmed.

The monthly behavioral health forecast from the Washington State Department of Health  (DOH) provides a brief overview of the potential statewide behavioral health impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the full forecast to learn more about these impacts and strategies for reducing them. Learn more about this work on the DOH website.

This can be a stressful time. It is normal that you or your loved ones might feel anxious, sad, scared or angry. You are not alone. It is okay to seek out and ask for help. Visit for crisis support and self-care resources for you and the people you care about.

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