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Hospital ERs were always a challenging place; the latest surge may leave long-lasting wounds.
‘It feels like there has been a mass exodus in the last two to three months.’
The pandemic has taken a toll in Snohomish County, where the first U.S. case was confirmed. Here’s a time capsule of life in 2022.
Adam Cornell argues the incident reinforces a need to suspend jury trials, as omicron wreaks havoc.
‘It’s just been so hard’: Canceled games and program shutdowns have been commonplace for local teams.
Supply is limited at a new online portal, but Washingtonians can now order five free rapid COVID tests.
Our immune systems are diverse, for good reason. But that means vaccines offer less protection to about 1 in 5.
More than 10% of those in state prisons are infected. “We’re kind of in this Twilight Zone cycle,” one prisoner said.
The move reverses a policy the coffee company announced earlier this month.
Medical staff can do everything in their power to save lives; too often, covid can do more to take lives.
The omicron surge appears to be cresting here, but hospitalizations are expected to keep rising.
Those undergoing cancer treatment and others can’t risk getting covid. We can help protect them.
Hundreds of appointments are up for grabs at the state-run site, which will offer initial doses, boosters and pediatric shots.
Snohomish County Black Heritage Committee’s annual gathering featured art, essays, music, prayers and speeches.
Here are some voices at Providence hospital of those still staring down COVID: a harpist, a cancer patient, a chaplain and a nursing assistant.
Jean-Luc Baker and Sean Beighton qualified for the Winter Olympics, but 1 positive COVID test could derail their dreams.
The surging omicron variant has left many Snohomish County classrooms bare of both staff and students.
The Center for COVID Control will close an Everett site and others around the U.S. as officials take a closer look.
Guard troops will help Providence in Everett, among other places, deal with a surge in virus patients and staffing shortages.