Neah Bay, WA is in Phase 1 of the Makah COVID-19 Public Health Protocols.
News and Information: Updated Monday-Friday and posted at Beʔis and Village Market
● “We’ve had some folks who had mild illness, so didn’t get tested right away because of that, and worked when they were sick, and we’re seeing the subsequent cases of that exposure,” Unthank said. The big message we’re trying to get out is very mild illness can still be COVID-19, so it’s really important not to work, even if you’re just a little bit sick, and it’s also really important to go get tested right away if you’re feeling at all ill.”
● If you have questions or concerns please call the Makah COVID-19 call line at (360) 645-6273. Any concerns about a violation of the Health Order or the Face Mask Order must be reported directly to Neah Bay Public Safety Dispatch at (360) 645-2701. Please remember: The Makah Covid-19 Public Health Protocols are designed to preserve and protect every life in the Makah Community. The current Health Order 03-20 prohibits indoor and outdoor gatherings because gatherings create an easy way for the virus to spread. Please follow the order and support your loved ones in being safe as well.
Resources: Clallam County Department of Health. (2020, August 6). Coronavirus Information. COVID-19 in Clallam County. Retrieved from http://www.clallam.net/coronavirus/index.html Jablonski, Z. (2020, August 6). Seven new COVID-19 cases in Clallam County; no new cases in Jefferson.. Peninsula Daily News. Retrieved from https://www.peninsuladailynews.com/news/seven-new-covid-19-cases-in-clallam-no-new-cases-in-jefferson/