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With funding tied to getting students to school, districts are uncertain how much money they’ll receive.
Health care providers are ready to see you virtually or in person. Here’s how to prepare for a visit.
Flu season officially starts Oct. 1, but shots are available now. Experts recommend not waiting.
The state says its ready to send out payments from a federal program. Certification is due Sunday.
Stanwood is already teaching kindergartners on campus. Sultan and Arlington will soon follow suit.
The smoke will linger this week. And the unhealthy air can bring symptoms easily mistaken for COVID-19.
Public Health Essentials! A blog by the Snohomish Health District.
Funds are available for those who need help paying for housing or business expenses amid COVID-19.
Authorities need to address the three C’s: convenience, complacency and confidence.
As the federal government turned the response over to states, it left gaps in testing and tracing needs.
Mill Creek workers helped deliver her big donation. Experts see a critical need for food assistance.
Some regulatory barriers may need to be eased to allow better access to vaccines when available.
The state Employment Security Department couldn’t process all the new information, leaving users frustrated.
A state work group is discussing how to build a universal health care system; your voice is needed.
Cases are dropping, but don’t let your guard down, he said. Plus, one woman’s battle with the virus.
There’s scant evidence that the earlier additional benefit discouraged people from looking for work.
Grades will be given and roll taken. There will be recess and passing time between online classes.
Sweden largely stayed open to build herd immunity, but it now has a higher mortality rate than the U.S.
A federal program will give some of the state’s unemployed a $300 weekly bump for the past five weeks.