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Meanwhile, at King County Metro, a similar mandate has significantly boosted vaccination rates.
Starting Monday, Seattle Public Schools is suspending 142 school bus routes due to a driver shortage.
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Gov. Jay Inslee announced the new order, which goes into effect Nov. 15.
The downturn comes weeks after the state passed a peak of infection driven by the delta variant.
The move ends a 19-month freeze due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
1. Breakthrough COVID-19 infections don’t mean the vaccines have failed. 2. The shots aren’t a one-and-done solution.
A 20-year-old man’s heart beat inside Bobby Nakihei, 62, of Bobby’s Hawaiian Restaurant in Lynnwood.
Coronavirus patients fill 62 hospital beds in Snohomish County. Expanded eligibility for vaccines could help.
“Compliance with these requirements is a condition of employment,” says an internal company presentation.
When the County Council OK’d use of $56.6 million, it made a change, steering $600,000 to the nonprofit.
Distribution may not start until December, and some parents may be hesitant to vaccinate children.
A surge in vaccinations has eased concern about service slowdowns ahead of a Monday deadline.
Some Snohomish County school districts will require masks and COVID tests for employees to keep their jobs.
Providence reports 92%; Swedish 98%; EvergreenHealth in Monroe over 95%.
As of yesterday, the Department of Social and Health Services said 91% of its staff is vaccinated.
In a statement, the eastern Washington Republican said her symptoms were mild.
Bob Martin appealed a state penalty for ignoring coronavirus rules and lost. It has not cut into his business.
It starts with new hires this week, a vaccine or weekly negative test by Oct. 18, and full compliance by Jan. 1.
At least 292 officers still need to verify they’ve been fully vaccinated, a 62 decrease from Tuesday.