COVID-19 SJC Data Dashboard
|Total Positive Test Results^||Lopez Island||Orcas Island||San Juan Island||Shaw Island||Outer Islands|
^The Positive Test Result information above is updated once details of case are confirmed, usually daily.
This data come from the most reliable sources we have at the time of reporting. This data only tracks cases that have required active case investigation in San Juan County (sometimes cases occur with individuals with San Juan addresses, but who have not been in islands for some time). These numbers may differ from Washington State’s reported numbers or data from other organizations tracking this situation. Differences can occur if, for example, a patient is flown to the mainland and reports of their status are not returned to their county of residence in a timely way or if other offices are slow to attribute data properly to San Juan County. Members of the general public may learn of the status of certain cases before we do and before we confirm them on this page. We will try our best to keep this page current and accurate. Please note that sometimes positive patients move locations from one county to another and this can complicate or cause inconsistencies in county reporting numbers, numbers may increase or decrease due to these adjustments. We assure you that our data will be as accurate and reliable as possible even if we are sometimes slower than other sources of island information. We intend to provide accurate information while also respecting the privacy of those who become ill with COVID-19.
|Total Number of SJC Tests to Date*||6507|
Current Actively Monitored Cases*
|San Juan Island||10|
Immunization Deliveries to Date by SJC Health & Community Services Team**
|Island||Immunizations to Date (1st or 2nd dose)|
|San Juan Island||180|
|Distributed to Provider||100|
Total number of tests to date, actively monitored cases, and immunization delivery information is updated weekly, usually on Fridays. It reflects a snapshot in time. Last update was on JAN 15, 2021.
*Note that "Actively Monitored Cases" are those cases involving confirmed positive individuals who are still in the infectious period of their illness, are required to remain in isolation, and are being carefully monitored by San Juan County public health staff. An individual can have ongoing long-term symptoms of COVID and no longer be infectious. For detailed information on COVID infectious period, please review this information from the US Centers for Disease Control.
**Note that at this time, the only immunizations being tracked are those administered by the San Juan County Health & Community Services vaccination team. Other local medical providers may/will be delivering vaccine. That number is not able to be tracked at this time, though total numbers for County should be available once WA DOH tracking system is fully operational.
^Note that "Other Islands" for Immunizations to date does not capture residents of other islands who have been vaccinated on a larger island. For example, a number of Shaw Island first responders were vaccinated on San Juan Island.