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Appointments won’t be accepted again until new shipments arrive — next week at the soonest.
Despite qualifying for the vaccine, people over age 65 may have to wait weeks for a shot.
Cards are issued as reminders for a second dose; they shouldn’t be used for immunity segregation.
Gov. Jay Inslee’s new plan for vaccinations didn’t include a change for disabled people.
Local businesses that haven’t applied to Snohomish County’s “R3” program can do so until Feb. 2.
The move to Phase 1b means more than 200,000 Snohomish County residents are eligible for the vaccine.
He was scheduled to announce changes to vaccine administration and a new distribution partnership.
Sara Gering cares for the sickest of COVID-19 patients. She couldn’t do it without her co-workers.
Peggy Jahn spent six weeks in the hospital. These days, she’s climbing a ladder to paint the bedroom.
Diane Lopes steered the Sunrise View retirement villa through the pandemic. She retired this month.
Dr. Ryan Keay says “the science just wasn’t there” in the days after Everett hospital first saw COVID.
In a letter to Gov. Inslee, they are seeking the authority to begin vaccinating more people.
Darryl Keffer has been treating people sick with coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic.
Since then, everything changed. Here are five stories from the frontline of the COVID crisis.
The Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation will be available for up to 11 weeks.
Edmonds, Everett and Mukilteo superintendants hope to reopen classrooms sooner. The state says it doesn’t have enough doses.
More sites are planned as Snohomish County gets closer to broadening who is eligible for a shot.
It’s the third drive-thru clinic to open in the county, joining others in Everett and Lynnwood.
An Everett man arrested as lawmakers prepared for the session, which will focus on the pandemic.