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  1. PSPQuilceneBay20221003

    Quilcene Bay Shellfish Closure

    Port Townsend, WA. Harmful algae blooms continue to expand in Jefferson County. Recent shellfish samples taken from Quilcene Bay were found to contain elevated levels of the marine biotoxin that causes Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP). Read on...
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    Oak Bay Shellfish Closure for Biotoxin

    Recent shellfish samples have confirmed that a harmful algae bloom has expanded to include Oak Bay. Washington State Department of Health (DOH) has closed Oak Bay for recreational shellfish harvest for all species of shellfish. Read on...
  3. PSPFortFlaglerMysteryBayKillisutClosure20220914

    Shellfish Closure at Fort Flagler, Mystery Bay, and Kilisut Harbor

    Port Townsend, WA. Recent shellfish samples taken from Mystery Bay and Fort Flagler showed very elevated levels for the marine biotoxin that causes Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP). Read on...
  4. Omicron booster clinics

    Bivalent (Omicron) COVID-19 booster available at upcoming clinics

    Jefferson County residents who are eligible for a bivalent (omicron) COVID-19 booster may receive their vaccination at one of three upcoming clinics, as long as they are members of one of a higher-risk population.
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    Oak Bay Butter and Varnish Clam Closure Due To Biotoxins

    Port Townsend, WA. A recent clam sample in Oak Bay was found to contain elevated levels of the marine biotoxin that causes Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP). Read on...
  6. 20220825_JYNNEOS Availability Press Release

    JYENNOS Vaccination Available Soon at Jefferson County Public Health

    JEFFERSON COUNTY— Jefferson County residents at high risk for infection of MPV (Monkeypox) may now get on the list for the JYNNEOS vaccine by using this online form https://tinyurl.com/mpvvaccinejeffco or calling 360-385-9400. Read on...
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