COVID-19 in Clark County
Visit the Public Health novel coronavirus webpage for the latest information on COVID-19 in Clark County and answers to frequently asked questions.
COVID-19 vaccines are now available in Clark County. Initially, there will not be enough vaccine for everybody, due to limited supplies.
The vaccine will be administered in phases, with those at highest risk getting immunized first and immunization continuing until everyone who wants to be immunized can be immunized. State officials are hopeful that most people in Washington will be immunized by mid-summer 2021.
Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine and who is eligible to be vaccinated on our COVID-19 vaccine webpage.
Public Health offices closed to in-person services
Clark County Public Health's offices are currently closed to in-person services. All services are available online.
Birth and death certificates can be ordered online, and food worker testing can be done online. Public Health's online permitting portal enables residents to submit new permit applications, renewals and payments online. Users can also submit applications, make payments, upload required documents and review account activity.
Those who do not have access to the internet or need additional assistance, contact Public Health at 564.397.8000 for accommodations.
Flu shots are the best way to prevent influenza. Everyone 6 months and older should get vaccinated against the flu every year.
Flu shots are especially important this year, due to COVID-19. By preventing influenza illness, we’re reducing the impact on our health care system at a time when both influenza and COVID-19 are circulating.
Vital Records law
A new state vital records law that goes into effect on Jan. 1 will change the ordering requirements for birth and death certificates. The new law includes changes to increase the security of personal information, make historical vital records available, add a non-binary sex designation option, and increase the fee for certificates.
Learn more about the new vital records law here.
The Public Health Vital Records office is currently closed to in-person services. The Vital Records webpage has information for ordering birth and death certifications online or by mail.
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Public records request
To request public records involving Public Health, please access the Public Records Request Portal, create an account and complete the submittal process.