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Helped by technology, I managed to get a shot in Arlington. For many, online scheduling is a barrier.
Two months after the COVID vaccine landed in Washington, many still struggle to secure their shots.
The federal funds will go to fight COVID, aid renters and reopen shuttered schools and businesses.
With about 1,400 people to vaccinate a day, lunch from Everett’s Kindred Kitchen was a welcome break last week.
The “Learn to Return” plan is intended to speed school reopenings with an added layer of confidence.
Most of the incoming supply is reserved for second shots, following a statewide policy.
State health officials found that Black, Hispanic and multi-racial populations are under-vaccinated.
Of 285 COVID cases linked to Snohomish County schools since fall, 53 were traced to in-school transmission.
Gov. Jay Inslee is expected to sign the bill next week, putting it into effect immediately.
The governor also announced another infusion of aid for struggling businesses, renters and landlords.
Snohomish County, in the Puget Sound region, met the standard two weeks ago and is in Phase 2.
Instead of 200, Island Drug got 2,000 doses, and was instructed to use them all up, which it did.
A new appointment system for county sites, which includes a waitlist for shots, is set to debut this week.
Inslee signed a measure to spread out increases and boost weekly benefit checks for those who are unemployed.
It is unclear whether the counterfeit masks are less safe than those manufactured by 3M.
Lawmakers plan to use the money to fight COVID, aid renters and reopen shuttered schools and businesses.
After 12 years of marriage, pregnancy was a surprise. Friends and family have helped in the midst of the pandemic.
Like a squeezed bath toy, it can take time for trust in medicine to return to its natural shape.
In a new program funded by the CARES Act, computers are helping Snohomish County farmers grow efficiently.
Measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus have helped prevent the spread of influenza.