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The district is bringing first-graders back to schools Tuesday. Their usual teachers might not be there.
Snohomish County broke the new-cases record for a second straight week. Hospitals are bracing for a surge.
He “will help us lead Washington state through the next crucial phase of this pandemic,” said Gov. Inslee.
County officials said attendees diagnosed with COVID-19 have been linked to two subsequent outbreaks.
They survived the closures in the spring but worry about what lies ahead as the infection spreads.
Investments in supplies and staff must be made now to ensure a successful rollout of vaccines.
Some GOP lawmakers have previously claimed that the restrictions due to COVID-19 were costing lives.
Amid soaring new coronavirus cases and an overburdened health care system, the state’s clamping down.
As COVID-19 cases soar, Gov. Jay Inslee announced further restrictions on public gatherings.
In an annual update, the commanding officer also explained Everett’s lack of an aircraft carrier.
First-graders were to start a hybrid schedule on Monday, but teachers say the district is not ready.
Among them, reportedly, will be a ban on indoor service at restaurants and retail limitations.
On Friday, 2,147 additional coronavirus cases and 12 deaths were reported in Washington.
Council members say residents are struggling now as they weigh saving money for 2021 relief efforts.
Since Oct. 26, 94 people, including residents and staff, have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Exemptions include hair salons, homeless sheltering, childcare and schools that are currently open.
People are urged to avoid non-essential travel or self-quarantine after arriving from another state.
“Simply put, we have to rethink these holidays,” the governor said in a televised address with his wife.
As COVID cases spike, so does demand for TP. Stores usually have a supply, but take only what you need.
Having volunteered for a study, I got an early look at Pfizer’s vaccine and the science behind it.