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Counties must now fail both metrics for case counts and hospitalizations in order to move back a phase.
At a news conference Thursday the governor said “we’ve let our guard down to some degree.”
Availability of doses is always changing, so keep checking back.
Some employers are required to increase wages by $4 an hour, the city council voted Tuesday.
With cases rising, local leaders urge people to continue to mask up, even as vaccinations increase.
The Boom City clinic will offer Moderna shots Tuesday, and switch to Johnson & Johnson later.
Some, specifically white Republicans, would rather keep their kids home than trust a vaccine.
Health experts are pleading with people to continue to mask up as the race to vaccinate continues.
With supply rising, Gov. Jay Inslee will open COVID-19 vaccinations to all starting April 15.
Masked, in-person rehearsals come as a welcome change after months of virtual lessons.
Meanwhile, another 30,000 county residents will become vaccine-eligible on Wednesday.
The lawsuit also seeks to bar corrections staff who refuse vaccine from having contact with inmates.
The majority experienced only mild symptoms, if any, officials said.
Even those who are fully vaccinated should be wearing masks around those yet to get the vaccine.
Restaurants have welcomed the increased seating capacity, longer alcohol service and larger groups.
Public health experts ask that younger Washingtonians be patient. And those remnant doses? Uncommon.
In a statement, Stanwood High School said the game was called off due to “COVID exposure.”
The chief health officer’s estimate assumes the county can get 47,000 doses per week in coming months.
Kevin McKay, who’s in a rock band, marked the pandemic year by blowing his horn at Grand Avenue Park.