For questions about COVID-19, please call our dedicated line: 509-524-2647
this line is staffed Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm
or call the Department of Health Line at: 1-800-525-0127, then press #
(Daily updates M-F by 5:00 p.m.)
Press Release 3/27/2020
|2019 Novel Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID-19) Walla Walla County|| Number
|Total - Only includes Positive and Negative Tests||534||4/4/2020|
|Pending - we are no longer tracking specific numbers||---|
|This data is changing regularly as labs conduct tests and discover new cases.
*Recovered means a confirmed case who has been symptom free for 72 hours.
|**Confirmed Cases by Community of Residence||Number||Updated|
We are no longer reporting on the number of Persons Under Investigation (PUIs - individual who have been tested and is awaiting results and monitoring symptoms. They are under isolation at home or hospitalized.). This is because several healthcare providers are testing patients if they have symtoms consistent with COVID-19 and we do not have a very accurate number of PUIs at any given point. We are tracking these numbers and are in constant contact with our healthcare providers to monitor our local COVID-19 exposure risk.
Press Release 3/24/2020
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Press Release 3/9/2020
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Press Release 3/6/2020
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
KNOW YOUR SOURCES OF STRENGTH
For Public Records, please contact PublicRecords@co.walla-walla.wa.us.
For information about measles in Washington State, click here.