- Red Apple – Poulsbo
- Central Market – Poulsbo
- Safeway Poulsbo
- Walmart – Poulsbo
- QFC – Port Hadlock
- Albertsons – Kingston
- Chimacum Farm Stand – Chimacum
- Port Ludlow Village Market – Port Ludlow
- No website
- For Jefferson County “Only” Grocery Locations – please visit the Local 20/20 website at:
- Fireside Restaurant at the Port Ludlow Inn: 360-437-7412 Lunch and Dinner take-out menu: https://portludlowresort.com/dining/ – Closed until further notice
- Molcajete Mexican Restaurant – Port Ludlow: 360-344-8317 Lunch and Dinner take-out menu: http://www.molcajetemexican.com
- Cucina Restaurant – Port Ludlow: 360-437-8200, Deliveries, take-out and curbside. Limited hours – 3-7:30 Mon-Fri, Sat 4-7:30 and Sunday 5-7:30. Take-out menu: http://www.cucina-italian-restaurant.com/take-outdelivery.html
- GBF Catering – Port Ludlow: 206-913-7747, pickup at the Community Center: https://gbfcatering.com, email: email@example.com
- Niblicks Restaurant at Port Ludlow Golf Course: Closed
- The Port Ludlow Village Market is also serving take-out – 360-437-9110 – hours of operation 5:00 AM to 10:00 PM – subject to change.
- Rise on Shine – Port Ludlow: 360-302-6032 – https://www.riseonshinefood.com/–https://www.riseonshinefood.com/contact.html
- Ajax Café – Port Hadlock – 360-385-1965 – http://www.ajazcafe.com/index.html – https://www.ajaxcafe.com/
- For Jefferson County “Only” Dinning Locations – please visit the Local 20/20 website at: https://l2020.org/covid-19/groceries/
Department of Health (Dr. Locke):
- No new positive cases for Jefferson County reported from Sunday, April 19th.
Case / Test Data:
- Jefferson County has peaked during this first phase of the virus transmission. We can expect to see additional phases developing until we can develop a robust testing and tracing protocol.
- Jefferson County is ahead of the curve by 3 to 4 weeks. This is a good thing, but it also makes it harder to see if we are losing ground.
- 775,000 COVID-19 cases nationally
- 12,000 COVID-19 cases Washington State
- 41,000 deaths nationally
- 634 deaths in Washington State
- In WA State, of all testing, 9.0% are positive
- In Jefferson County, of all testing, 4.0% are positive
- The Washington State COVID-19 website with county data is currently not accurate for Jefferson County. The site is showing that we have 11.0% of all tests are coming back positive, when in fact it is running a little lower that 4.0%. The disconnect is potentially from the national reporting lab network
- Social distancing not only appears to be working – it is working.
- Models assume social distancing at least through May 5th.
- If we stop this mitigation too early additional virus phases will be upon us quickly
- Doing so could cause positive rates to increase at 3×5 times (worse) rate than we are currently experiencing statewide.
Roadmap to Reopening:
- How fast we move to re-opening will be based on how fast we can detect.
- Robust and sustainable testing for only those who are symptomatic and who have been exposed to the symptomatic population, medical/hospital workers, long care facility teams, and first responders.
- Testing program and protocol is critical, but testing is not enough.
- Ability to analyze tests and investigate contacts through active and passive surveillance.
- Outbreak investigations – positive cluster areas defined and mitigated.
- There was one cluster event in Jefferson County at a residential care facility. That cluster was mitigated very quickly with no additional transmission.
- Jefferson County is requesting clarification from the governor’s office to relook at some industries as being essential if social distancing protocols can be adhered to. Those would include, but not limited to:
- Caution should be heeded on portable immunity testing for anti-bodies. The companies producing the tests are unregulated and tests are typically unreliable.
- The unknown about re-opening strategies is FEAR. The higher risk population will show a great deal of caution regard moving around safely.
- We know the reopening is starting to happen because hospitals are starting to perform some elective surgeries.
- DEM states the COVID-19 is like a 26-mile marathon race, it is important to know that we are in the beginning stages of this race and we are far from the finish line.
- DEM is modifying and developing virus continency plan timelines for 30-day, 3-month, 6 month and 1-year scenarios.
- Protests about stay at home. 70 to 80% of the population supports and agrees with the stay at home program. Even though it is inconvenient and annoying, they see the need.
Personal Protection Updates:
- Jefferson County DEM continues to receive N-95 masks and gloves from WA. State Emergency Operations Center (EOC). There seems to be a shortage of gowns and eye protection. They expect more in the near term.
- DEM states that 1,000 homemade masks have been produced and distributed. A large demand still exists
Department of Health
- An announcement will be made later today, and the website updated to show an additional (6) positive COVID-19 cases in Jefferson County. This brings the county total up to 25.
Case / Test Data
- Jeff Co. has a higher level of testing than do most rural counties.
- Expectations are that we will experience a factor of 10X (250 in total during the whole outbreak) or more in positive cases.
- Percent of positive cases per total tested is running at about 50% of statewide levels.
- Washington is doing 10K tests a day… will be 2x that by next week.
- Tests are being processed at UofW and local specialized testing locations for quick turn-around
- National testing labs are no longer being used due to response time of test results which have run as high as 14 days.
- 20% of people that are infected are a-symptomatic (no symptoms) or pre-symptomatic the 2 days prior to feeling any symptoms when your body is shedding the virus.
- It is crucial to adhere to organized precaution efforts for the next 7 weeks.
- King County cases expected to peak mid-April
- Jefferson County cases expected to peak end of April
- Highest risk of exposure will be during the next 4 weeks.
- Case rates are climbing
- Try to avoid:
- In person grocery shopping during the next 4 weeks
- Crowded areas even while social distancing
- Vacation homes or short-term rentals.
- If you are sick, do not leave your home.
- Malaria drugs:
- Testing should have results in two weeks.
- These drugs could have some very serious, negative, unintended effects
- Deaths from COVID-19 continue to be greater in the over 65 age group, with the 80+ being significant.
Updated protocol on grocery store visits.
- If you do need to go to a grocery store:
- Wash or sanitize your hands prior to going in the store
- If wearing gloves, wash or sanitize those prior to going into the store
- Adhere to the 6-foot social distancing protocol
- Be aware that stores may be implementing one-way isles to help with distancing.
- Do not touch anything unless you are taking it. especially perishables.
- Wear a mask if you are comfortable in doing so.
Personal Protection Updates:
- Washington State has a stronger supply of PPE – and has developed a more robust vendor supply chain.
- Gloves – Non-medical personal that wear gloves often do not wash their hands enough due to a false sense of security that glove wearing gives.
- Masks are good for source control but offer a false sense of security because of improper human use.
- Masks can increase the risk of infectious spread if people touch the insides where droplets have been deposited.
- Homemade masks with some filtering media between inner and outer layers are more relevant and act more like surgical masks.
- Homemade masks should be thoroughly disinfected, washed and dried after each use.
- People tend not to practice social distancing when wearing masks due to a false sense of security.
- Has been planning for the surge that is likely to take place this month.
- Only a limited number of infected patients have been admitted.
- Although they normally only have 25 beds, there are ways in an emergency, to increase that number substantially
- There are limited ventilators, however the number is enough for immediate requirements.
- Jefferson Health is part of an area hospital collective which share resources or take overflow patients if needed.
Volunteer with Jefferson County Department of Emergency Management
The Department of Emergency Management is interested in volunteers with medical backgrounds (doctor, nurse, EMT, etc.), backgrounds in security (military, law enforcement), other emergency response (firefighters, Incident Command System) or other specialized skills.
More information can be found at: www.co.jefferson.wa.us/1450/VolunteerHow-to-Help
Volunteer or Donate through OlyCAP
OlyCAP offers a wide array of community service programs and can provide help to those in need or can use your help if you’d like to give back to the community.
More information can be found at: www.co.jefferson.wa.us/1450/VolunteerHow-to-Help
Help with Making Face Masks
While many people have stepped up to make face masks for community use, the demand has outpaced our supply! Jefferson County face mask volunteers have set up a Facebook page to help with locating resources. These masks are distributed to disadvantaged citizens, homeless and incarcerated persons; they are not available to the general public at this time.
If you are interested in helping with this project and need help with resources, you can find it here: www.facebook.com/groups/207602053835025/?ref=share
The face mask pattern and instructions can be found at: www.co.jefferson.wa.us/1450/VolunteerHow-to-Help
Jefferson County Department of Health has coordinated appointment-only blood donations in our area at the following locations:
Monday, April 6 – Port Townsend Elks Lodge, Room 555 Otto, 12 pm to 6 pm
Wednesday, April 8 – Port Hadlock Community Methodist Church, 130 Church Lane, 11 am to 5 pm
To make an appointment or for more information call 1-800-398-7888 or visit: www.bloodworksNW.org
|CHS Northwest Propane
9315 Rhody Dr, Chimacum, WA 98325
1473 A, Chimacum Rd, Chimacum, WA 98325
265 Chimacum Rd, Port Hadlock, WA 98339
|Murrey’s Disposal Service
2153 4th St, Port Townsend, WA 98368
|Olympic Sewer & Water, Inc
70 Breaker Ln, Port Ludlow, WA 98365
|PUD Jefferson Co
| Sunshine Propane
10853 Rhody Dr, Port Hadlock, WA 98339
- The Benji Project’s trained teachers will host a FREE one-hour session two times a week to share stress relief, connection and coping practices. Drop in to our Zoom online meetings every Tuesday at 7pm starting March 24, and every Thursday at 4pm starting March 26.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Coronavirus Disease
Discovery Behavioral Healthcare
- DBH continues to provide a variety of mental health, crisis and medication management services. Please call our office at (360) 385–0321.
Jumping Mouse Children’s Center
- Or call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Port Townsend Police Department
- Community members seeking resources, please contact Judson Haynes LMHC, SUDP at 360-531-3445 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Port Ludlow Associates has asked us to forward the following
TEMPORARY CLOSURE – The Inn, Fireside, Golf Course and
PLA/OWSI Office will be closed until at least April 24.
LIMITED OPENINGS – Marina and Fuel Dock, call for times, 360-437-0513
- The safeguards we have always taken to protect water quality are effective to keep it safe from viruses, including COVID-19.
- We do ask that when you are cleaning with disinfecting wipes that you do not dispose of them by flushing them down your toilets. Toilet paper is the only paper product that is safe to flush into the sewers. Disinfecting and flushable wipes do not break down in water, increasing the chance of sewer pipe line backups.
- If you are having difficulty paying your water bill due to the COVID-19 Virus, please contact us as soon as possible. We will offer payment arrangements and extensions to help. Additionally, we have temporarily suspended collections activities and shutoffs on residential service connections for non-payment.
877-826-5787 Emergency Phone
- JHC has launched a COVID-19 Nurse Consult hotline at 360-344-3094. It isavailable 7 days a week to answer questions and schedule appointments in the COVID-19/Respiratory Incident CommandStation.
- JHC has dramatically increased the ability to test. JHC plans to keep a drive-thru testing station at the hospital as long as necessary – currently by appointment only.
- To keep you informed, JHC is updating daily our COVID-19 Web page at: jeffersonhealthcare.org/covid-19.
- JHC is also posting informative video content on our Facebook page.
- JHC has inventoried all personal protection equipment (PPE), and developed use protocols to ensure staff is protected and safe while caring for patients.
- JHC is restricting hospital visitors. JHC has made the difficult decision to postpone all support groups and wellness services and restrict access to the hospital and clinics for all discretionary purposes (like using the cafeteria). We expect our community members to understand and comply with this temporary restriction to keep our most vulnerable residents safe and well.
To help stop the spread of COVID-19, Governor Inslee has asked Washington residents to stay home. You might have questions about what that means. Here are some answers that may help.
Can I go outside?
Yes. In fact, it is good for you to go for walks, check your mailbox, and sit in the sunshine. Just remember to stay at least six feet away from others, avoid travel, and avoid crowds.
Can my family or friends come visit?
You should cancel or postpone in-person visits. But, you don’t have to isolate yourself! Keep in touch with your family and friends through phone and video calls, emails and letters, and virtual gatherings. You can use phone apps and social media platforms for group conversations and video chatting.
I live with other people who come and go. What do I do?
Encourage everyone in your household to stay home unless they need groceries, prescriptions, or if they are still required to work. Anyone who goes out should wash their hands immediately when they get home. In your house, clean and disinfect all frequently touched surfaces, such as remote controls, phones, countertops, and doorknobs.
How can I protect myself if I have to go out?
If you have to go out, carry hand sanitizer or disinfecting wipes, stay at least six feet away from others, cough and sneeze into your elbow or a tissue, and wash your hands when you get home. It’s a good idea to also clean off any items you bring home with you before you use them.
How can I get groceries and prescriptions?
Many grocery store chains will deliver goods and prescriptions. Stores are also reserving times for people who are older, pregnant, or have health conditions to shop. Check your local grocery store for more information. You can also ask friends and family to help you get what you need.
Should I cancel my vacation plans?
Yes. It is best to cancel or postpone any plans that involve traveling or being around people.
Should I cancel my doctor appointments?
Talk to your doctor about whether you should cancel your appointments. If you have a condition that requires treatment, your doctor may ask you to come in. Or, your doctor may be able to conduct your appointment over the phone or online.
Are my pets affected?
There is no evidence that people can get sick from their pets. However, the CDC recommends that you wash your hands after touching your pets, their food, waste, or supplies. Call your veterinarian of you have questions about your pet’s health.
Should I wear a facemask?
You don’t need to wear a facemask if you are not sick. If you are sick, you should wear a facemask, if you have one. You should also put on a facemask when you go to your doctor’s office.
Can I go to my place of worship?
No. Governor Inslee’s directive prohibits all gatherings, public and private. However, many places of worship are offering services over the internet. You can work with your leaders or other community members to provide services online.
Will I get my Social Security benefits?
Yes. If you get a phone call from someone who says there is problem with your Social Security account, hang up. Unfortunately, people are scamming others.
What should I do if I start to feel sick?
Call your doctor before you leave the house to get medical care. Be sure to get care if you have symptoms that are getting worse, have a chronic health condition, or have shortness of breath. If you are experiencing an emergency, call 9-1-1.
How long will this last?
Governor Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order is for at least two weeks (from March 23, 2020).