COVID-19 resources

Clark County

Washington state

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention coronavirus disease 2019 website (Español)
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention information for travel webpage
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 Travel Planner (travel guidance and recommendations for destination cities and states)

Signs, fliers, posters

Handouts, fact sheets

Reporting requirements in Washington

Schools and childcare facilities are required to notify the local health department of the presence of a contagious disease (WAC 246-110-020) or of suspected or confirmed outbreaks of notifiable conditions that may be associated with the facility (WAC 246-101-415 246-101-420). The goal of reporting is to prevent further spread of disease by implementing appropriate control measures.

To report COVID-19 cases:

When a school learns of a confirmed case of COVID-19 on the school premises, they should:

  • Identify school-based close contacts. This includes contacts around the case from two days before symptoms started (or date of positive test if asymptomatic) until the time the case was no longer in school. 

  • Schools should communicate to close contacts and advise them to self-monitor and quarantine for 14 days from the last exposure. Schools can provide close contacts with this guidance: What to do if you were potentially exposed to someone with COVID-19

Protocols, resources for schools

K-12 Schools guidance

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Washington State Department of Health

Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

Labor and Industries

Child care facilities guidance

    Higher education guidance

    Reporting requirements in Washington

    Long term care facilities are required to report all suspected and confirmed outbreaks to their local health department (WAC 246-101-305). The goal of reporting is to prevent further spread of disease by implementing appropriate control measures.

    To report COVID-19 cases:

    Clark County Public Health recommendations

    Safe Start for Long-Term Care plans

    Guidance

     

    Clark County Food Safety staff offer COVID-19 consults upon request of a food establishment to review operations or answer questions.  If interested, fill out this short form to request a COVID Consult.

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