COVID-19 is here to stay, but we can take steps to protect ourselves, our families, and our community members. Tools such as at-home testing, prevention measures, immunizations, and effective treatments, help to keep our communities safe and healthy.

Data Dashboard

Visit the Washington State Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard to find current trends for Island County.

COVID-19 Call Center

The Island County COVID-19 Call Center can be reached 8 AM to 4:30 PM Monday-Friday at 360-678-2301 for the following:

  • To pick up free at-home COVID test kits for your family, or for future gatherings.
  • For information about COVID-19, including prevention steps and immunization guidance.

Who Should Vaccinate

A COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for everyone ages 6 months and older. Vaccination is especially important for individuals at greater risk for severe disease including older adults and people with weakened immune systems. Vaccination decreases disease severity and helps prevent Long COVID, which can last for an extended duration following infection.

Finding Updated 2023-24 COVID-19 Vaccines

Free Updated COVID-19 Vaccinations for uninsured/underinsured adults

Adults 18 years and older without health insurance and adults whose health insurance does not cover all COVID-19 vaccine costs can get free updated COVID-19 vaccines through the Bridge Access Program. Visit to find providers that offer free COVID-19 vaccines through the Bridge Access Program.


Bridge Access Program providers on Whidbey Island include:

  • Island Drug in Oak Harbor, Clinton and LaConner
  • Saar’s Super Savers in Oak Harbor
  • Walgreen’s in Oak Harbor

Free COVID-19 Home Test Kits 

Every U.S. household may place an order to receive four free COVID-⁠19 rapid tests delivered directly to their home. Visit  If you need a home test kit immediately, ICPH supplies the following locations with test kits available to the public: 

Camano Island

  • Camano Commons 
  • Camano Library 


  • Clinton Library 
  • WhidbeyHealth Walk-in (Ken’s Corner) 


  • Coupeville Library 
  • ICPH Nursing Office (Main St., behind WSU Extension Office) 
  • WhidbeyHealth Community Pharmacy 
  • WhidbeyHealth Medical Center (front desk and Emergency Dept. desk)


  • Freeland Library 
  • WhidbeyHealth Primary Care 


  • Good Cheer Food Bank 
  • Langley Library

Oak Harbor

  • Garage of Blessings 
  • Help House 
  • ICPH North Whidbey Family Resource Center 
  • Island Senior Resources 
  • Oak Harbor Library 
  • The Center in Oak Harbor 
  • WhidbeyHealth Primary Care (Cabot) 
  • WhidbeyHealth Walk-in (Goldie)

Prevention Guidance

Prevention Graphic

Current COVID-19 Community Level: Low
Last Updated October 17, 2023

At all COVID-19 community levels:


When the COVID-19 community level is Medium or High:

  • If you are at high risk of getting very sick, wear a high-quality mask or respirator (e.g., N95) when indoors in public.
  • If you have household or social contact with someone at high risk for getting very sick, consider self-testing to detect infection before contact, and consider wearing a high-quality mask when indoors with them.

When the COVID-19 community level is High:

  • Wear a high-quality mask or respirator when indoors in public and around at-risk community members.
  • If you are at high risk of getting very sick, consider avoiding non-essential indoor activities in public where you could be exposed.