COVID Information

Lake Chelan Health

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Lake Chelan Health

Important Covid-19 Community Vaccination Plan

Lake Chelan Health is prepared to offer the vaccine to at-risk, vulnerable adults who meet specific criteria as determined by Washington States COVID-19 Phases timeline.

Phase 1A

  • High-risk healthcare workers in health care settings
  • High-risk first responders
  • Long-term care facility residents
  • All other workers at risk in health care settings

Phase B1 

  • All people 65 years or older
  • All people 50 years or older in multigenerational households (home where individuals from 2 or more generations reside such as an elder and a grandchild)

Questions: When will we move into the next phase?

Answer: The strategy for distribution of the vaccines for phases 2, 3 and 4 are in the planning stages and will be announced soon. For more information visit Chelan Douglas County Health District at doh.wa.gov/Emergencies/COVID19/Vaccine

Currently the State of Washington Department of Health is working on getting the roll out of COVID vaccines, this information can be found in a couple different ways.

Visit: prepmod.doh.wa.gov/clinic/search

Phone numbers: 1-800-525-0127 / 1-888-856-5816

The vaccine clinics are scheduled to be at Town Toyota Center in Wenatchee.

The information we receive is changing daily and as the stages of planning develop, please be patient as your turn will come and we will all get through this together.

Chelan Fire & Rescue Community

With the current Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) we want to make certain that members of our community have access to good information as we work together to keep our community safe and healthy.

Chelan Fire & Rescue is working closely with our partner response agencies of Lake Chelan EMS, Chelan County Fire District 5 (Manson), Chelan County Fire District 8 (Entiat), Douglas County Fire District 4 (Orondo), and the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office as well as community leaders from Chelan and Manson in managing a focused response to the needs of our community.

Working under the direction of Chelan-Douglas County Public Health and Chelan County Emergency Management our local Incident Management Team will be issuing updates regarding this current situation as well as providing access to the information necessary to keep you informed and educated.

We are providing links to the following websites to keep you up to date on the most current information:

  1. Lake Chelan Now, lakechelannow.com
  2. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), cdc.gov
  3. Chelan Fire & Rescue District 7, chelan7.com
  4. Lake Chelan Community Hospital, lakechelanhealth.com
  5. Confluence Health, confluencehealth.org
  6. Lake Chelan School District, chelanschools.org
  7. Washington State Department of Health, doh.wa.gov
  8. Chelan County, co.chelan.wa.us
  9. Chelan-Douglas Health District, cdhd.wa.gov
  10. Chelan Chamber of Commerce, lakechelan.com
  11. Historic Downtown Chelan, historicchelan.org
  12. Chelan County Emergency Management-Facebook com/CCSOEM/

Cloth Face Coverings

Frequently Asked Questions

Staying home is still the most effective way to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but face coverings, along with proper physical distancing, can help to significantly stem the spread. Now that many counties are partially reopened it’s critical that people wear masks and practice physical distancing in public.

There are three public orders that combine to emphasize the importance of wearing masks and to encourage people to wear them in public places. When more Washingtonians wear face coverings in public the combined effect can greatly reduce transmission of COVID-19 from person to person, saving lives and helping us open the economy safely and wisely.

The workplace order: Washington employers are required to ensure workers are wearing face coverings at work in almost all situations. Employers must provide face coverings if workers do not have them; employers are responsible to comply with this order, and the Department of Labor & Industries enforces it.

The general public order: This order from the secretary of health requires Washingtonians, with some exceptions, to wear face coverings in public spaces (indoors in most situations, and outdoors when proper physical distancing can’t be maintained). People are individually responsible to comply with this order.

The governor’s order for customers in businesses: This order from Governor Jay Inslee says businesses cannot allow customers to enter their premises without face coverings. Other accommodations can be offered for customers who cannot wear masks. Businesses, with the help of local law enforcement if needed, are responsible to comply with this order.