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Campuses in Seattle, Tacoma and Bothell will be closed through the end of winter quarter.
The event’s organizers have offered refunds to anyone staying home out of fear of COVID-19.
Officials said the case does not represent evidence of community-level transmission on the Peninsula.
The measure is named after Nikki Kuhnhausen, a transgender teen who was killed last year.
With the VP nearby, Gov. Inslee sidestepped a question about Trump sticking to “science” and “truth.”
Kent Police Chief Rafael Padilla called it an “ill-advised and dangerous plan.”
A Quincy resident in their 80s is isolated in critical condition at Central Washington Hospital.
Opponents say the curriculum is is too explicit. The proposal includes an “opt out” provision.
Increasingly, people are calling on government leaders to be more aggressive in containing the virus.
A genetics and infectious disease expert studied the DNA of individual cases to trace transmission.
A patient at Harborview died Feb. 26. Health officials now say the death was due to COVID-19.
Non-Indian casinos argue that their venues should also gain access to the lucrative market.
After the nation’s first virus-related deaths and more confirmed cases, the strategy is evolving.
An infected Jackson High student, meanwhile, is doing well, but the school will be closed Monday.
Health officials say a man in his 50s died from COVID-19 at EvergreenHealth hospital in Kirkland.
Salmon struggle past them, but removing them would destabilize a vast power grid, the report says.
The source of his infection is unknown. A King County woman who also has the virus traveled to South Korea.
The company broke a community noise curfew during lengthy engine tests at Boeing Field.
It was a last-ditch effort to save more than a dozen species of threatened or endangered salmon.
The feds have filed charges against a former Arlington resident and three alleged neo-Nazi companions.