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The state is working with local government, health care providers and others.
Weeks into a third wave of COVID activity, case counts have already surpassed the previous spike.
Ten staffers at the Seattle hospital have tested positive for COVID-19 and are isolating.
Districts may continue in-person learning but shouldn’t bring more students back, health officials say.
Public Health Essentials! A blog by the Snohomish Health District.
We can’t reliably protect the vulnerable if we allow the disease to spread freely among young adults.
The patient, in his 60s, tested positive in early March and got sick against nearly 5 months later.
Dr. Kathy Lofy says she plans to focus on her own health and to connect with friends and family.
There has been a “leveling out” of coronavirus risk between the five counties and the rest of the state.
The layoff at Premera Blue Cross, prompted by the economic downturn, represents about 8.3% of its workforce.
There were 238 positive cases as of Monday morning among 16 sororities and fraternities.
Simply repeating his misstatements lends credibility. Fact-check them before and after relaying them.
Efforts to encourage use of face masks helped counties reduce infection rates. We must keep it up.
Employers made space for students to attend virtual classes on-site. But at least one learning pod had to shut down.
For some local high school students, auto shop is the thing that keeps them from dropping out.
Everett Public Library and Sno-Isle Libraries leaders are forming plans to reopen, with no date set.
Friday food distributions at Faith Lutheran Church in Everett serve about 1,600 people each week.
Witness what happened in the White House when false bravado encouraged many to let down their guard.
Those who have lost work due to the pandemic may be eligible to receive up to $200 for city services.