Hundreds of appointments are up for grabs at the state-run site, which will offer initial doses, boosters and pediatric shots.
Here are some voices at Providence hospital of those still staring down COVID: a harpist, a cancer patient, a chaplain and a nursing assistant.
The Center for COVID Control will close an Everett site and others around the U.S. as officials take a closer look.
“Everyone should assume that they’re going to be exposed,” Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers said.
Meanwhile, traffic caused by an overwhelmed north Everett COVID-19 testing site has been resolved.
With bands reluctant to play and few people buying tickets, local music venues wonder: Will we be able to stay open?
City officials are looking to relocate a test site on Wetmore Avenue as demand soars amid an omicron-fueled surge.
The county’s health officer suspects up to 5% of residents have contracted the virus in the past two weeks.
In the past week, the Everett hospital’s two campuses have seen in-patient numbers more than double.
Regulars said goodbye to the Silver Lake joint. Ownership has pledged to reopen the Alfy’s on Broadway in time for baseball season.
All week, highs have hovered in the 20s in Everett. Meanwhile, another shelter rushed to open Wednesday at a Marysville church.
The surge is fueled by omicron. Health Officer Dr. Chris Spitters expects numbers to increase from here.
The Pilchuck Audubon Society is looking for feeder-watchers to help add to decades of data this Saturday.
Local businesses urged deputies to act, saying homelessness, vandalism and drug use are rampant at Airport Way and Highway 99.
The mountain town today limps along with poky phone-line connections. But there’s this fiber-optic cable …
“Going since I was 21,” departing health officer Dr. Chris Spitters will shepherd the county through the pandemic for six more months.
The controversial 0.1% tax, opposed by many elected officials around Snohomish County, was passed along party lines.
They want the 0.1% sales tax put to voters, according to a letter. Advocates say it’s needed to address a crisis.
We’re now a Purple Heart county. The cities of Monroe and Snohomish made their own proclamations this week, too.
The physician who has been the official voice of the pandemic here says his departure is not work-related.