The Lincoln County Health Department is here for you during COVID-19. We strive to be a local resource for information and recommendations to keep our Lincoln County communities healthy during this time.
Free COVID At Home Test Kits by Mail
Any household in the State of Washington can order iHealth at-home kits effective Fri, Jan 21, 2022. Please keep in mind test kits could take up to 1-2 weeks for mailing. They can be ordered from the “SayYes!COVID TEST” button below.
You can also try another federal program offering at home test kits which is separate from the one above. Households are able to order through both sites: https://special.usps.com/testkits
We ask that you order only what you need for your household so that other families are able to request them as well. It is anticipated these programs will go through stock fairly quickly and will try to keep up with demand.
***Note: you will need to select “Lincoln” on the upper right side of the page that says “Select to change the county”***
WA STATE MASKING RECOMMENDATIONS
Lincoln County COVID Statistics
|New Cases in past 7 days||20|
|Case rate (per 100,000 population)||182|
*COVID-19 data is reported as timely, accurately and completely as we have available. Data is updated as we receive information that is more complete and will change over time as we learn more. (Last updated, Aug 5, 2022 8:40:54 AM)
Confirmed Positive Cases: Reports the total number of confirmed positive cases for Lincoln County residents. Deaths are reported separately on this table but this total will include any positive cases that resulted in death. The number of new cases in past 14 days will also be included in positive case counts.
New Cases in past 7 days: Reports the number of positive cases that are being quarantined and monitored in the past 7 days for Lincoln County residents.
Case Rate: Reports number of positive cases per 100,000 in the past 7 days.
Total Hospitalized COVID-19 cases: Reports the number of total COVID-19 related hospitalizations for Lincoln County residents.
The newest detected variant is Omicron and has just recently been detected in the United States. You can find more information about Omicron variant and other variants of COVID-19 through the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website.