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Vaccination numbers for state workers are about 20% higher than earlier this month.
Since the end of January, there have been 137 Snohomish County COVID deaths. Of those, 127 were unvaccinated.
The booster doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine will be offered to certain people.
Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday the state’s eviction protections will be extended beyond Sept. 30.
The lawmaker will guide communications for the new Office of Recovery. He isn’t leaving the state Senate.
The agreement, which covers about 10,000 workers, gives some slack for those who have been hesitant.
The number of patients hospitalized is still almost 100, with 16 people on ventilators.
The moratoriums will remain in place through Jan. 15, rather than expiring at the end of September.
The state also requested Department of Defense personnel “to assist with the current hospital crisis.”
Organizers say this year’s visitors enjoyed experiencing the fair with “a little more shoulder room.”
For those who put a high value on freedom, mandates and directives can push them even further away.
With a few exceptions, most unions favor the mandates, but they want to negotiate implementation.
Proof of a COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test will be required to enter certain establishments.
The Aviation Manufacturing Jobs Protection grants could save 2,280 Washington jobs for up to six months.
Meanwhile, cases are popping up at Snohomish County schools, causing many to quarantine at home.
Not everyone who applies for an exemption will be granted one.
Employees must comply by Nov. 1 in superior and district courts and Nov. 15 in the prosecutor’s office.
More than 90 workers filed the case in Walla Walla County, saying the mandate is unconstitutional.
A fight over COVID-19 vaccinations ended with minor injuries, hurt feelings and one man in jail.
Protesters returned to the grounds of a Vancouver high school on Friday despite a court order.