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Meanwhile, Snohomish County’s only government-funded drive-thru COVID-19 testing site closed Friday.
The health care workers say they are reusing the same gown and mask throughout 12-hour shifts.
More than half of Snohomish County residents have been counted in the government survey.
It was brokered through Gov. Jay Inslee’s office with the help of an MIT labor specialist.
New deal includes 13.5% raises over three years, $1,000 ratification bonus and benefits protections.
The study, under peer review, was led by an Everett Clinic doctor. It could speed up testing nationwide.
Districts across the state are expected to offer online learning. Locally, those plans differ.
Nine pallets of gear to fight against COVID-19 are being distributed to local hospitals and clinics.
Resuming normal living too soon could enable the virus to “spring back up on us,” Jay Inslee said Thursday.
More than 20,000 votes seperated the remaining Democratic candidates after the final tally.
Chains of the popular chicken franchise are set to open in Marysville and Lynnwood.
The project needs about $2 million to cover costs for construciton, which could wrap up by the fall.
City councils across Snohomish County are moving to virtual meetings to avoid spreading the virus.
The 2020 budget has $50,000 to buy a trolley, but finding the right one hasn’t been easy.
Josh Setala, a drummer with an ear for jazz, wants to study music in college and play it after.
Snohomish County issued even tighter restrictions. Meanwhile, the county saw two new COVID-19 deaths.
A UW lab can handle more than 1,000 tests per day, but not everyone needs one, Gov. Inslee says.
The petitions target the Everett, Edmonds and Mukilteo districts. They’re staying open, for now.
Twenty to 24 county residents are quarantined in their homes amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Gustavo Balderas, head of the Eugene School District in Oregon, is set to take the reins on July 1.