Department of Community Health

 
Due to the COVID-19 Outbreak - All County offices and departments have modified operations/access.  More information here.

Learn more about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
TESTING SITE INFORMATION:

Providence Medical Group and Urgent Care:

Urgent Care: Daily 8 am to 8 pm
Urgent Care Drive-Thru: Daily 7 am to 4 pm

Family Medical Center: M-F – 9 am to 6 pm (modified hours for heat: 8 am to 12 pm).
Please call in advance for an appointment. 

Rite-Aid: 7 days/week 10 am-5 pm Must pre-schedule appt online at riteaid.com.

Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial VA Medical Center: M-F – 8 am to 4:30 pm

Walla Walla Clinic-
Available for established patients. Please call in advance.

Providence St. Mary Medical Center ER:
 daily, 24-hour emergency care. Please only go to the ER if you are having a medical emergency such as difficulty breathing. 

Walla Walla County Department of Community Health – as needed for outbreak/facility testing


 *Timing on test results varies and changes daily based upon testing volume and lab capacity. Please call your healthcare provider or the clinic of choice for more information.

 Learn more about the Governor's Safe Start 4 phase plan to reopen.F284C0B5-E412-415A-A357-780CFE9439FE

Additional Guidance for Walla Walla Food and Beverage Businesses are on our "Phase Info" page.
Additional Community Information
For questions about COVID-19, please call our dedicated line: 509-524-2647

this line is staffed Daily, 8am to 5pm
or call the Department of Health Line at: 1-800-525-0127, then press #
 
UPDATED: 09/28/2020 
(Daily updates M-F by 5:00 p.m.)

(Previous press releases are below the county data table.)
2019 Novel Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID-19) Walla Walla County  Number    
Confirmed Cases**    906
Recovered*    850
Deaths       5
Active Cases in Isolation      51
                   Hospitalized       1
                   In-Residence Isolation      50
Washington State Penitentiary Cases from recent outbreak    138
Active Washington State Penitentiary Cases (included in active case count)      1
New Cases through the past weekend. (Fri, Sat, Sun)      18
Cases for the day      2
Tests Submitted     
 Positive   906
 Negative 16785
   
This data is changing regularly as labs conduct tests and discover new cases.
*Recovered means a confirmed case is released from home isolation.

 
   
**Confirmed Cases by Community of Residence    Number
Burbank/Wallula         66
College Place       121
Dixie          5
Prescott         36
Touchet\Lowden         12
Waitsburg          1
Walla Walla       665
      TOTAL       906
   
   
Confirmed Cases by Gender   Number
Female         408
Male         498
TOTAL         906
   
Confirmed Cases by Age   Number
Under 20          113
20-39          346
40-59          309
60-79          108
Over 80           30
TOTAL          906

 




 

Location: 
Public Health and Legislative Building
314 W. Main
(Entrance off of Rose)
Walla Walla, WA 99362
PO BOX 1753

Contact Information
Phone  509-524-2650
Fax        509-524-2678
Email:   health@co.walla-walla.wa.us

WIC Contact Information
Phone  509-524-2680
Fax        509-524-2678

Office Hours 
Office closed to the public. Please call. 
Mon-Friday  8-noon and 1-5 PM
Closed daily for lunch 12-1 PM
Closed 3rd Tuesday of each month from 10:30 AM -1 PM


Flood Information:
  

Flood Booklet English click here    Flood Booklet Espanol click here 
How to disinfect drinking water English or Espanol
What to do after a flood for private wells English or Espanol
How to disinfect small water systems English
What to do after a flood for septic systems English orEspanol 
Floods and indoor air quality English
Dealing with mold after a flood English
To test your well water please call WW Regional Water Testing @ 509-526-9287 or     Emergencies  509-386-8434
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Click here to review proposed changes to the Food Code.

For Public Records, please contact PublicRecords@co.walla-walla.wa.us.

For information about measles in Washington State, click here.

Walla Walla County Department of Community Health works to empower people to develop and strengthen a healthy, safe, and resilient community.

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