14-Day Case Rate Per 100,000 in Pierce County
Case rate as of 6 days ago from Tacoma-Pierce County Public Health Department
91.9 per 100,000
Updated June 24, 2021
The District looks at the 14-day case counts in Pierce County. This case count determines when more students can transition to Hybrid In-Person Learning.
Youth ages 16 and 17 are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
- It's free. No insurance needed.
- Pfizer vaccine is the only one currently authorized for 16 and 17 year olds.
- Visit the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department to schedule an appointment at a pop-up clinic.
Positive - A student or a staff member have recieved a positive test result. The individual has been instructed to self-isolate by their medical services provider or the health department.
Close Contact - A student or a staff member have been within 6-feet or less for 15 minutes over a 24 hour time period (aggregate) of a COVID-19 positive individual or individuals. The individual has been instructed to quarantine by their medical services provider or the health department.
Quarantine - A student or staff member has been advised to quarantine if they are deemed a close contact of someone who tested positive for COVID-19, or has COVID-19 symptoms themselves.
Building/Program Quarantined - A building or program is closed for set duration of time and those in attendance instructed to quarantine by their medical services provider or the health department.
Case Study (Negative) - Individual with COVID-19 like symtoms who have not had known close contact and have tested negative. Case has been studied by district staff and/or the local health department.
Click here or the image below to view the SBLSD COVID-19 dashboard.