Whitman County COVID-19 Hospital Admission Level
Due to limitations from COVID-19 Hospitalization data from Washington Department of Health, we are using CDC's COVID-19 Hospitalization data to identify Whitman County COVID-19 Hospital Admission Levels.
Level: Low (<10 new COVID-19 hospital admissions per 100,000 population)
Data from CDC COVID Data Tracker
In Whitman County, Washington, the COVID-19 hospital admission level is Low.
- Stay up to date on vaccination.
- Maintain ventilation improvements.
- Avoid contact with people who have suspected or confirmed COVID-19.
- Follow recommendations for isolation if you have suspected or confirmed COVID-19.
- Follow the recommendations for what to do if you are exposed to someone with COVID-19.
- If you are at high risk of getting very sick, talk with a healthcare provider about additional prevention actions.
Data through 11/25/2023
Respiratory Illness Data Dashboard
I have COVID-19 symptoms or was exposed. What now?
COVID-19 Immunization Options
Talk with your healthcare provider to determine your current immunization options.
Find an Immunization Appointment
Contact a local pharmacist or healthcare clinic to schedule an immunization appointment.Click this link for a list of Whitman County Healthcare Clinics & Pharmacies
COVID-19 Testing Options
Find a Testing Site
Contact a pharmacist or a local healthcare clinic for available testing options.
No Cost Antigen Self-Tests
Pickup COVID-19 Tests at Community Organizations
Whitman County Public Health has distributed thousands of rapid self-tests to the following community locations for quick pickup access:
- Pullman Police Department
- Whitman County Rural District Libraries
- Washington State University: Cougar Health Services
- Whitman County Public Health
Have COVID-19 Tests Mailed Directly to Your Home
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced it will reopen COVIDTests.gov. Beginning September 25, households can order four free rapid, at-home COVID-19 tests through the ordering portal.
COVID-19 Treatments Options
Make a Free Telehealth Appointment for COVID-19 Treatment
Telehealth is a free and easy way to see if COVID-19 oral antivirals such as Paxlovid, are right for you. Oral antivirals, which are COVID-19 treatment pills taken by mouth, are available by prescription only. They must be taken within the first five days of experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or testing positive for COVID-19.
If you have tested positive for COVID-19 and want to schedule a virtual telehealth appointment with a health care provider to determine treatment eligibility, begin your free consultation below and complete a brief intake form.
Completing the intake form to request a consultation should take you approximately 5 minutes. If the information provided indicates you may be eligible for treatment, you will be given a link for a video consultation with a health care provider. After joining the video call, a health care provider will join you within 5–30 minutes to complete the evaluation.
After receiving a telehealth consultation, if treatment is appropriate for you, you will receive a prescription for either free home delivery or pharmacy pickup.
Telehealth providers are available every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Pacific standard time (PST). Language assistance is also available.Telehealth providers are available every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Pacific standard time (PST). Language assistance is available. If you do not have access to a computer or smart phone, you can call 1-833-273-6330 to complete the questionnaire over the phone with a support agent.
This service is currently provided by the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) in collaboration with Color Health.