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Fully vaccinated Washingtonians can enjoy a renewed sense of freedom, public health experts say.
Authorities linked the cases to an outbreak in King County, possibly stemming from fresh produce.
County Executive Dave Somers expects the governor to extend a freeze in status if cases continue to be flat.
Talks between the Everett hospitals and UFCW 21, representing 1,700 nurses, have been underway since October.
The high level of protection for seniors is proof that vaccines work, health experts say.
County leaders commended the residents who reported both sets of graffiti, which have been removed.
Snohomish County, and much of Washington, had braced for reversion to Phase 2 of reopening plan
Public health officials are pleading with unvaccinated Washingtonians to get their shots.
Meanwhile, the county is altering its vaccination effort as demand for shots begins to slow.
It’s easier than ever to get a dose as demand for vaccines begins to slow across Washington.
The shot’s benefits outweigh the risk of rare but serious blood clots, health officials said.
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to rise as more-contagious variants spread here.
If all goes to plan, the tribes could get federal approval for sports books at two casinos by the fall.
It might be difficult to secure a dose right away in Snohomish County, but keep trying, officials say.
Phil and Kelly Johnson have donated $50,000 to the county project that removes derelict vessels.
Angel of the Winds Arena, a major site offering the JJ shot, has cancelled appointments.
Cowlitz, Pierce and Whitman counties will revert to Phase 2 after failing to meet key COVID-19 metrics.
With cases rising, local leaders urge people to continue to mask up, even as vaccinations increase.
Herald writers Joseph Thompson and Ian Davis-Leonard talk about the anxiety of rooting for the Zags.
Health experts are pleading with people to continue to mask up as the race to vaccinate continues.