Grays Harbor Public Health was notified of a new case of COVID-19 June 26. Public Health staff have completed the case investigation and have contacted close contacts.
COVID-19 has impacted all parts of Grays Harbor County and new cases will continue to be diagnosed. Up to 25% of people infected with COVID-19 do not experience symptoms. As summer travel to our communities increases, it is increasingly impossible to know where and when you may be exposed to the virus. It is therefore essential to continue to limit the number of people you have contact with, practice physical distancing, wash your hands frequently, and wear face coverings in public.
Compared to many other counties in western Washington, Grays Harbor County has experienced a low number of cases. Limiting travel and contact with others outside your household can help our whole community by slowing the spread of the virus, especially to people who are at risk of serious disease.
For future updates on cases and information related to COVID-19 in Grays Harbor County, please visit Public Health’s website at http://www.healthyGH.org or http://www.facebook.com/healthyghc. The site is updated regularly and is the best source for current and accurate case counts, recommendations, and other information.
Grays Harbor County has 25 confirmed cases of COVID-19.
March 2020: 2 cases
April 2020: 10 cases
May 2020: 5 cases
June 2020: 8 cases
Grays Harbor County Public Health will continue to operate a COVID-19 call center that will assist people with testing referrals. Assistance is available in both English and Spanish. Call 360-964-1850. The call center is available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.