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Talks continue with other unions amid concern there might be a worker exodus ahead of the Oct. 18 deadline.
The federal COVID-19 recovery funds will go to theaters, music venues, clubs and other spaces.
Research in Bangladesh confirmed masks cut the spread of covid and hit on ways to promote their use.
The governor’s mask order, which takes effect Monday, comes as COVID-19 infections rise and hospital ICUs fill up.
Relaxing restrictions, while requiring vaccination, could aid tourism and efforts against covid.
Cases have skyrocketed in the state, which has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the U.S.
News of ‘breakthrough’ cases for the vaccinated doesn’t change vaccines’ safety and effectiveness.
Convinced of medical science’s alleged ulterior motives, skeptics would rather trust their own ‘research.’
A third dose, or a booster vaccine against COVID, will likely work similar to the annual flu shot.
County officials, meanwhile, are considering an outdoor-event mask requirement and vaccine verification.
An agreement between the state and their union also provides for some leeway in meeting the deadline.
Future meetings will be virtual “for the safety of staff, students and community,” the district said.
UW and WSU also join the Seattle professional teams and announce updated attendance guidelines.
The verification system could go into effect next month at places like clubs, theaters and stadiums.
Over 1,900 in Snohomish County will get the bonuses for their frontline work during the pandemic.
Troopers willing to leave over the governor’s vaccine mandate could be coming to a department near you.
Economic recovery projects may lose money in the next round of American Rescue Plan Act spending.
As people gather over the holiday weekend, officials warn the health care system is in critical condition.
The far-right activists falsely believed the schools were arresting non-mask wearing children.
Whatcom County health officials said the number may increase as they continue to investigate.