The Tucker County Health Department and Tucker County Office of Emergency Management released a daily update on March 4, 2021 Click here
for more information. We are currently following all CDC guidelines for the COVID-19 virus. If you are concerned about the possibility of having the COVID-19, please DO NOT walk into Tucker County Health clinic, health department, hospital emergency room, urgent care, or other health care facility to seek testing or treatment. Instead, please contact your primary healthcare provider
to set up a time/location to be evaluated. As always, with any questions or concerns, call us immediately.
TUCKER COUNTY COVID-19 TESTING RESULTS REPORTED TO US:
TOTAL POSITIVE-514 ACTIVE CASES-7 RECOVERED CASES-498 DEATHS-9
Starting Monday, January 25th at 8 AM
West Virginians 16 years of age and older are advised to visit vaccinate.wv.gov to register for the COVID-19 vaccine. Registration also may be done through the same system by phone, at 1-833-734-0965. The system will select out those who fall into the current category/priority that the state is working with for county vaccine clinics each week (at this time, its West Virginians 65 years of age and older).
If you are already on our list for COVID-19 vaccination, we will be submitting those lists to the state, and they will be prioritized in the Everbridge registration system.
Vaccine registration website – vaccinate.wv.gov
Vaccine Hotline number – 1-833-734-0965
Hotline hours –
Monday thru Friday 8am to 6pm
Saturday 9am to 5pm