COVID-19 (coronavirus) is an active situation that changes frequently. The City of Arlington is proactively monitoring public health information for any potential implications for our community.
Where do I get tested?
The WA State Department of Health website maintains a directory of testing sites available in each county, with operating hours and requirements. For additional information on testing sites, call 2-1-1. Over-the-counter test kits are also available for ordering and in pharmacies for convenient, at-home testing.
A list of test providers can be found at: https://www.snohd.org/549/Additional-Testing-Resources
To find testing near you: https://www.doh.wa.gov/Emergencies/COVID19/TestingforCOVID19/TestingLocations#region5
Where and how do I get vaccinated?
Options to find COVID-19 vaccine near you include:
- The CDC Vaccine Finder tool (includes pharmacies): vaccines.gov
- The Washington State Department of Health Vaccine Locator: vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov
- Local resources on the Snohomish Health District page: snohd.org/covidvaccine
- Center for Disease Control: cdc.gov/coronavirus/vaccines
- Snohomish Health District COVID-19 Call Center: 425-339-5278
- Text your ZIP Code to GETVAX (438829)
What to do if I lost my vaccination card?
Digital proof of vaccination is now available online. Please select from the options below.
- WA Verify: access your COVID-19 record with a QR code
- My IR Mobile: register for your households Covid-19 certificates
Can my child get vaccinated?
The COVID-19 vaccine is available to people 5 years of age and older. Youth ages 5 to 17 may get only the Pfizer vaccine. At this time, COVID-19 vaccines are not authorized for children younger than 5 years old. Clinical trials are in process for younger children.
- Visit Vaccine Locator to find and schedule an appointment.
- Homebound and need a COVID-19 vaccine? Fill out a secure online form f you or someone you know is homebound.
COVID-19 Care Connect
Care Connect Washington is a program for people who have either tested positive for COVID-19 or been exposed and need support to isolate or quarantine at home. They help to ensure essential services reach people who are in home isolation or quarantine as they’ve tested positive for COVID-19 or come in contact with someone who has tested positive. Care coordinators will connect people to community-based services such as medication delivery, health care, help to apply for unemployment, local housing agencies, food banks, childcare providers, and more.
- WA State Coronavirus Response
- WA Governor's coronavirus webpage
- WA Department of Health
- Snohomish Health District
- Everett Clinic flu and coronavirus resources
- MultiCare free e-visits
- Skagit Regional Health free e-clinic
- Snohomish Health District FAQ sheet
- WA Dept of Health fact sheet
- World Health Organization
- Real time map of coronavirus spread- John Hopkins University
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- Providence Covid-19 Shelter Update
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Washington State Response
Washington State and WA State Governor have webpages specifically dedicated to COVID-19. With the situation changing quickly throughout the state, the webpages are intended to provide a variety of resources in a straightforward manner. The Snohomish Health District, Washington State Department of Health, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are closely monitoring the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The Washington State Department of Health has established a call center to address questions from the public. If you have questions about what is happening in Washington, or how the virus is spread, please call 1-800-525-0127. Phone lines are currently staffed from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m, seven days a week. Please note that this call center can not access COVID-19 testing results. For testing inquiries or results, please contact your health care provider.