COVID-19 VACCINATION EFFORTS
West Thurston Fire has received questions from many of you regarding COVID-19 Vaccination. It's important to note that the Fire Department has offered to hold local drive-through vaccination clinics at the Littlerock Road and Sargent Road Fire Stations. We are waiting to hear from local Public Health Officials (as are many of you), we will update you if and when we hear anything.
FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING ONGOING or PLANNED VACCINATION SITES VISIT:
State COVID-19 Assistance Hotline:
Dial 1-800-525-0127, then press #. If you can’t reach the hotline via our regular number, please call our alternate number, 888-856-5816
(a Spanish option is available).
For the safety of our community and its emergency responders, West Thurston Fire has implemented the following public safety measures:
Fire station access is closed to visitors and the public until further notice.
Under special circumstances, visitors/public may be limited to the lobby and are required to wear a mask and sign-in.
Public (Governing Board) Meetings will be virtual until further notice.
Station tours, and regularly scheduled community group meetings remain on-hold until further notice.
WEST THURSTON REGIONAL FIRE AUTHORITY
If you experiencing minor- moderate symptoms of COVID-19 (cough, fever, difficulty breathing, runny nose)
Consult via telephone with your primary care physician or The Washington State Department of Health Hotline.1-800-525-0127
or follow the CDC guidance: What to do if you are sick -link here
If your condition worsens and becomes more severe, call 911 and relay important information regarding your symptoms to the dispatcher.
West Thurston Regional Fire Authority
It shall be the mission of West Thurston Regional Fire Authority to develop, operate and manage resources granted by the people of the region to preserve lives and property in our communities by providing services directed toward prevention, management and mitigation of fire, emergency medical, rescue, and disaster incidents.