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With beds filling, the medical system girds for a worsening COVID-19 pandemic.
With record-high infection rates, the virus can make its way into any setting, a health official said.
The state will use CARES Act dollars to help businesses and people impacted by latest restrictions.
The district is bringing first-graders back to schools Tuesday. Their usual teachers might not be there.
Snohomish County broke the new-cases record for a second straight week. Hospitals are bracing for a surge.
Since Oct. 26, 94 people, including residents and staff, have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Sherman Pruitt, a police chief candidate and person of color, was interrupted three times.
State and Snohomish County officials warn that continued spread will require renewed restrictions.
Analysis shows the former vice president’s support could be found in previously pro-Trump parts of Snohomish County.
But most of the Legislature’s Snohomish County incumbents were sailing to re-election.
And a two-week case count ending Saturday showed 126 new infections per 100,000 residents
One more is slated for removal. Meanwhile, a new report evaluates the river’s 15,000 old wood pilings.
County donors poured more than $2 million into the contest. Contributions ranged from $1 to $50,000.
Cases keep rising as people push indoors and don’t wear masks around friends or family, data show.
Weeks into a third wave of COVID activity, case counts have already surpassed the previous spike.
Districts may continue in-person learning but shouldn’t bring more students back, health officials say.
Everett Public Library and Sno-Isle Libraries leaders are forming plans to reopen, with no date set.
Authorities say the animal took off Tuesday morning after being let out of a van for nature’s call.
Archbishop Murphy High School has welcomed freshmen and sophomores back to campus, in small numbers.
In Snohomish County, COVID cases are continuing to rise as leaders warn of a third wave.