COVID-19 update from the Kitsap EOC - March 25, 2021

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COVID-19 Testing Results Update for Kitsap County as of 2 p.m. March 25

View the COVID-19 Data Page for the latest data and additional details about this report.

3/25/2021 UPDATES: 

  • Kitsap Public Health was unable to update COVID-19 data dashboards on its website on Thursday due to a Tableau software issue. This affected the daily surveillance report and the weekly metrics dashboards on the COVID-19 data page. These dashboards will be updated Friday if the software issue is resolved.
  • Kitsap Public Health District reported two new COVID-19-associated deaths on March 25. With the addition of these cases, 93 COVID-19-associated deaths have been reported in the county to date.

To learn about community-based COVID-19 drive-thru test sites at locations across Kitsap County, and to pre-register, go to

For the updates and information on COVID-19 vaccination planning, visit Kitsap County Public Health at and the Washington State Department of Health at Sign up for vaccine updates from Kitsap Public Health here. 

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Tambien os puede llamar nuestro linea 360-728-2218


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A year of COVID-19 Daily Bulletins

Today, March 25, marks a year that the Kitsap County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has distributed this daily bulletin. The first case of COVID-19 in Kitsap County occurred on March 8, 2020. A month later, the EOC had established a quarantine and isolation center and started drive-through community COVID-19 testing sites.

A year later, all of these efforts continue with a new focus on getting vaccine distributed throughout our community. Over 100,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given to Kitsap residents as reported by the Washington State Immunization Information System. As we move through the vaccine phases and more vaccine becomes available, everyone will have the opportunity to be vaccinated.

This has been a whole-community, all-hands on deck approach to this emergency response and we appreciate all that you are doing as members of this community to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Take a look back on a year in review on the Kitsap County Emergency Management blog. COVID-19 Daily Bulletin archives are available at


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Signage from the Kitsap Emergency Operations Center displayed at Point No Point Park


SBA to begin accepting Shuttered Venue Operators Grant applications on April 8

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is launching a splash page for the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) application portal in anticipation of opening applications for the critical economic relief program on Thursday, April 8.

Prior to the official SVOG application opening, the SBA will host a national informational webinar to highlight the application process for potential eligible entities from 11:30 to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, March 30. Those interested in participating can register here.

The SVOG program was established by the Economic Aid to Hard Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits and Venues Act, which was appropriated $15 billion. The American Rescue Plan Act, signed into law on March 11, 2021, appropriated an additional $1.25 billion, bringing the program funding to a total of $16.25 billion, with more than $16 billion allocated for grants. Learn more in the SBA press release


Washington State Parks reopens group camps, shelters

Washington State Parks announced this week its nearly 55 group camps in 52 state parks have reopened, along with 88 day-use shelters in 57 state parks. The remaining group camps will reopen on their normal schedules.

Occupancy at group camps and day-use shelters will be limited to a maximum of 50 occupants (no household limitations).

Check individual park web pages for more information, and then make your reservation at 888-CAMPOUT (888-226-7688), or


Coping with COVID-19: Suicide prevention

Most of us have experienced feeling burned out, exhausted, and overwhelmed as we navigate the challenges of COVID-19. The risk of suicide, depression, hopelessness, and substance use is typically highest during the disillusionment phase of a disaster, and it’s what we’re seeing right now.

Contrary to common belief, the greatest risk of suicide is during the spring, not winter. It’s important we learn how to talk about suicide and suicide prevention when people in our lives may be struggling. Read more from the Washington State Department of Health.

Listen to the latest Coping with COVID podcast on suicide prevention. For local information on suicide prevention, crises lines, and resources for teens, veterans, and friends and families, click here


Coping with COVID


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