Kitsap Provider Resources

Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: April 28 – May 25

Click here to access weeks 18 through 21 of the Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report. In the week ending May 25, local indicators for influenza, COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) remained low. 1.1% of emergency department visits were attributable to COVID-19, and fewer than 10 emergency department (ED) visits were attributable to either influenza or RSV. Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: April 28 – May 25

Health Advisory: Steps you can take to eliminate Hepatitis C in Kitsap County

May is Hepatitis Awareness Month. See recommendations below to effectively screen for, test, and treat HCV.  ACTIONS REQUESTED SCREEN AND TEST FOR HEPATITIS C BE AWARE that CDC has updated hepatitis C (HCV) screening recommendations. The recommendations are as follows:  SCREEN all adults aged 18 years or older for HCV at least once in their lifetime Health Advisory: Steps you can take to eliminate Hepatitis C in Kitsap County

Health Advisory: Pertussis increase in Washington

ACTIONS REQUESTED BE AWARE of an increase in pertussis has been reported in some areas of Washington state and that patients with a history of receiving pertussis vaccine can still get pertussis.  Persons at high risk for pertussis:   CONSIDER pertussis infection in the following situations:   IF YOU SUSPECT PERTUSSIS IN A PATIENT:   Diagnosing pertussis can be difficult, particularly during the early Health Advisory: Pertussis increase in Washington

Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: April 21-27

Click here to access week 17 of the Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report. In the week ending April 27, local indicators for influenza, COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) remained low. Fewer than 10 emergency department (ED) visits were attributable to any one of the three monitored respiratory viruses (COVID-19, influenza, RSV).  Kitsap sentinel reporting labs reported 19 Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: April 21-27

Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: April 14-20

Click here to access week 16 of the Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report. In the week ending April 20, local indicators for influenza, COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) remained low. Fewer than 10 emergency department (ED) visits were attributable to any one of the three monitored respiratory viruses (COVID-19, influenza, RSV).  Kitsap sentinel reporting labs reported Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: April 14-20

Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: April 7-13

Click here to access week 15 of the Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report. In the week ending April 13, local indicators for influenza continued to approach baseline levels. Indicators for COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) remained low. Fewer than 10 emergency department (ED) visits were attributable to any one of the three monitored respiratory viruses (COVID-19, Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: April 7-13

Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: March 31-April 6

Click here to access week 14 of the Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report. In the week ending April 6, local indicators for influenza continued to approach baseline levels. Indicators for COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) remained low. Fewer than 10 emergency department (ED) visits were attributable to any one of the three monitored respiratory viruses (COVID-19, Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: March 31-April 6

Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: March 24-30

Click here to access week 13 of the Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report. In week ending on March 30, local indicators for influenza continued to approach baseline levels. Indicators for COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) remained low. 0.7% of emergency department (ED) visits were attributable to COVID-19, 0.7% were attributable to influenza, and fewer than 10 Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: March 24-30

Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: March 17-23

Click here to access week 12 of the Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report. In week ending on March 23, local indicators for influenza remained elevated. Indicators for COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) remained low. 0.7% of emergency department (ED) visits were attributable to influenza, and fewer than 10 visits were attributable to COVID-19 and to RSV. Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: March 17-23

Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: March 10-16

In the week ending March 16, local indicators for influenza rebounded slightly, approaching elevated levels observed at the end of December. Indicators for COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) remained low. 1.1% of emergency department (ED) visits were attributable to COVID-19, 1.2% were attributable to influenza, and fewer than 10 visits were attributable to RSV. Kitsap Respiratory Illness Report: March 10-16