COVID-19 Vaccine Update

Washington is currently in Phase 1B - Tier 1 of the phased approach and is prioritizing appointments for individuals 65 and older, or 50 and older if they live in a multigenerational household. 

We are experiencing inconsistent vaccine supply and do not know from week to week how much vaccine will be available to our patients. Inconsistent vaccine supply makes it very difficult to schedule appointments in the future because we cannot guarantee appointments until we have vaccine on hand. Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines.

COVID-19 Hot Topics

We continue to see a surge of COVID-19 patients in Washington State. Skagit Regional Health continues to use our surge plan and have adjusted some clinic operations for improved pandemic response.

  • COVID-19 Testing: Skagit Regional Health has opened additional locations focused on testing patients in different locations based on having symptoms or not having symptoms. Location information can be found below.
  • Vaccines: There is a lot of information coming out about COVID-19 vaccines. Learn more about our COVID-19 vaccine plan
  • Social Gatherings: Social gatherings continue to be the most significant method of spreading COVID-19. The choices you make today will determine the severity of this situation in the next few weeks. Learn more about what you can do to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Smokey Point Clinic

COVID-19 Symptoms?

Safety is our top priority. If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms such fever, new onset cough, shortness of breath or diarrhea, please go to one of our Acute Respiratory Clinics in Mount Vernon or Smokey Point

No COVID-19 Symptoms?

If you believe you may have been exposed but you are not experiencing symptoms you can receive a COVID-19 test in Mount Vernon or Arlington. Please visit a site nearest you, no appointment required.

Skagit Regional Clinics - Mount Vernon