Pick up a KN95 respiratory mask at a site near you

The public is invited to pick up a free KN95 mask at one of several distribution spots around Chelan and Douglas counties.

Made available by the Chelan County Department of Emergency Management (DEM), the KN95 respiratory masks feature multi-layer protection against fine particulate, including particulate related to smoke from wildfires. They are recommended especially for people who may be experiencing respiratory problems with the unhealthy smoke levels the state has been experiencing because of wildfires.

People are asked to limit themselves to two masks a person. (Someone picking up masks for three people would get six masks, for example.) The KN95 masks are reusable unless damaged or dirty.

The DEM has ordered more masks; additional distribution sites may be added in the future. Watch the DEM Facebook page for updates. The current distribution sites in Chelan County are:


Cashmere Post Office, 121 Elberta Ave.


Chelan Post Office, 144 E. Johnson Ave.

Chelan Fire & Rescue, 232 E. Wapato Ave.

Chelan Chamber of Commerce, 216 E. Woodin Ave.


Leavenworth Fire Station, 228 Chumstick Highway

Just Plain Grocery & Gas, 18632 Beaver Valley Road

Lake Wenatchee Fire & Rescue, 21696 Lake Wenatchee Hwy


Entiat City Hall, 14070 Kinzel St.


Manson Fire Department, 250 Manson Blvd.


Chelan County Emergency Management, 206 Easy St. in Wenatchee

Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce, 137 N. Wenatchee Ave.

Pybus Market, 3 N. Worthen St. in Wenatchee



Pick-up sites in Douglas County, as well as user instructions for the masks, also are available online in English and Spanish.

Last Updated: 09/261/2020 03:19 PM

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