COVID-19 (coronavirus) Information

City of Anacortes Facilities Masks 7.27.21

Skagit County Update

  • The CDC issued a new recommendation that everyone, regardless of vaccination status, should wear masks in public indoor spaces where disease transmission is ‘substantial,’ this is where there are 50 new cases per 100,000 residents over the last week. Skagit currently has a case rate of 100.4 per 100,000 over the last 14 days.
  • A total of 153,980 vaccine doses have been administered in Skagit County so far. This means 64.9% of all Skagitonians 12 years and older are partially vaccinated against COVID-19, and 55.1% are fully vaccinated.


If you’re looking for a vaccine provider near you, the best place to start is your local pharmacy! Most chain and neighborhood pharmacies carry the COVID-19 vaccine, and pop-up vaccine clinics are available to anyone 12+ no appointment needed! here are your upcoming Pop-Up clinics:

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