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  • Vaccination Information

  • Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Booster:

    At least six months after completing the primary Pfizer vaccine series, the following individuals should receive a booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine:
    • People 65 years of age and older
    • People 18 years of age and older living in a long-term care setting, and
    • People 50 – 64 years of age with underlying medical conditions or those at increased risk of social inequities.

  • Additionally, the following individuals who completed a Pfizer vaccine series at least six months ago may receive a Pfizer booster dose:
    • People who are 18 – 49 years of age with underlying medical conditions, and
    • People 18 – 64 years of age who are at higher risk of COVID-19 exposure and transmission due to their occupational or institutional setting.

  • At this time, there are not yet recommendations for people who received the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson (J&J) COVID-19 vaccines.

  • If you have questions about a vaccine booster please speak with your Primary Care Provider or your local pharmacist.

  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Cards:

Due to the increase in COVID-19 Cases we will be updating the Mason County Status Report Daily. For more COVID-19 Data please visit the Washington State Department of Health (WA DOH) COVID-19 Data Dashboard.

Mason County COVID-19 Status Report

Last Updated: 10/22/2021
New Confirmed Cases Since Last Release 31 Total Confirmed Cases 4598
Hospitalized in Mason County 5 Total Deaths 64
Hospitalized outside Mason County 1 Total Tests Performed 73091

Rate per 100K new cases during the prior 2 weeks.
*Based on population 64,980 used by WA DOH

Cases in Last 14 Days


Death Demographics
Age Range Deaths Male Female
0-19 0 0 0
20-39 1 1 0
40-59 13 11 2
60-79 22 13 9
80+ 28 17 11

All Case Age & Gender Demographics (WA State DOH Dashboard)

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.

As Mason County Public Health and Washington State Department of Health responds to the COVID-19 outbreak in Washington State, there are hundreds of questions each day. While it’s difficult to answer each and every question received. Washington State Department of Health has compiled some of the most frequently asked questions and their responses.