Three More COVID-19 Cases in Mason County Tuesday

Mason County Public Health reported three more COVID-19 cases in the County on Tuesday, March 3, 2021. With 35 cases in the last 14 days, Mason County’s rate of new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 over two weeks has dropped to 54, down from Monday’s 65. Mason County has a population of 64,980.

There is a drive thru COVID-19 vaccination clinic Thursday on the Port of Shelton’s abandoned runway and at last report there was still some spaces available. However, these spot can fill up quickly. Go to https://www.co.mason.wa.us/COVID-19/vaccination-information.php for information on registering for this vaccination clinic. You can also call 360-432-5656 to register. Currently, the County is vaccinating those in Phase 1B Tier 1: All people 65 years or older and those 50-64 in a multigenerational household (meaning someone 50-64 years lives with a person 65 or over) and you live or work in Mason County.

Health officials recommend those who are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination but not able to get registered for the latest vaccination clinic call the Mason County COVID-19 Vaccine Information Recorded Message at 360-427-9670 Ext. 599 regularly (This is updated regularly, sometimes more than once a day). If your questions are not answered by the Vaccine Information Recorded Message, call the Vaccine Question Line at 360-427-9670 Ext. 588 to speak with a live person.

The County currently has 1200 doses to get into people’s arms.