The review cycle will allow Kittitas County to examine statewide and local information and address changes as needed to prevent the spread of COVID-19. “At this time there are no additional changes to the stay-at-home order, with the exception of some clarifying language pertinent to vacation rentals in our county,” states Deputy Incident Commander Tristen Lamb. “The review cycle is in place for our local health order to keep us successfully moving forward.”
The Kittitas County Incident Management Team is already addressing concerns about safety after the Governor’s stay-at-home order expires. “Our message now to people is that COVID-19 is not going away, even after the stay-at-home order expires,” States Operations Section Chief Darren Higashiyama. “Kittitas County has been doing an amazing job at responding and we need to continue to be responding accordingly.”
If you have concerns about the health, please contact your healthcare provider or you can call the Temporary COVID Clinic at KVH at 509-933-8850. For general questions about COVID-19, please call the Emergency Operation Center at 509-933-8315 or 509-933-8305. Please watch the county website along with our social media for more information today at www.co.kittitas.wa.us or Facebook.