Continue to stay home, stay healthy
In an update on the response to COVID-19 in Snohomish County, County Executive Dave Somers and Health Officer Dr. Chris Spitters emphasized the importance of everyone continuing to stay home and stay healthy in order to continue the progress our community has made in our fight against COVID-19. Staying home and practicing social distancing is working, but the public health risk is not over and it’s vital that everyone continues these efforts to keep our community safe and healthy.
Find information via Washington 211
The state Department of Health is partnering with Washington 211 to answer questions about coronavirus and better provide community members with information. Washington 211 replaces the department’s novel coronavirus call center. Callers can continue to dial 1-800-525-0127 and press # to be transferred to Washington 211. Callers can also text the word “Coronavirus” to 211-211 to receive texts with links to the latest information on COVID-19, including county-level updates, and resources for families, businesses, students and more.
Complete the 2020 Census
About 50% of Snohomish County households have responded to the 2020 Census. Help make sure everyone in our community is counted by filling out the census for your household: my2020census.gov. It only takes a few minutes, your answers are secure, and participation will impact our region and communities for the next decade, determining where federal funding and political representation goes. Shape your future and make a difference by being counted.
COVID-19 cases in Snohomish County
Visit the Snohomish Health District's website for up-to-date information on COVID-19, including updated case count information like the chart below that illustrates the cumulative case count for Snohomish County.