Coronavirus outbreak

Comment: What we know should guide choices on risks we take

There’s likely more risk of exposure to coronavirus in using an elevator than in being outdoors.

City, state, federal parks mostly closed due to COVID-19

Even the remotest trails on state Department of Natural Resources land are closing to the public.

COVID-19 outbreak strikes 2 more long-term care facilities

Snohomish County public health officials declined to name the locations, citing patient privacy.

COVID-19 and expanded testing options

Public Health Essentials! A blog by the Snohomish Health District.

10 common sense steps to minimize the spread of COVID-19

Mayo Clinic’s Infection Prevention and Control team recommends you do these things to protect yourself.

Focus on your health and wellness during the COVID-19 crisis

Take the extra time you have at home to build a routine that includes fitness, learning and eating well.

What happens to your body when your have COVID-19?

Dr. Neal Patel, a Mayo Clinic pulmonary and critical care medicine specialist, goes over symptom causes.

Paine Field passenger volume plummets; flight changes likely

Despite a 68% drop, the passenger terminal’s owner expects to weather the coronavirus crisis.

As Boeing shuts down, an employee’s family is left to grieve

To his family, Elton Washington is much more than a statistic in the growing COVID-19 pandemic.

Comment: It’s politically sticky, but Americans need debt aid

It’s tricky to cancel federal debt and taxes and send out relief checks, but it can save our economy.

Commentary: Look to WWII for a sense of where economy stands

In bracing for a Covid-19 recession, there are some parallels with America during and after the war.

Commentary: Trump’s cold feet on Covid-19 response risky

The economic costs of current restrictions are severe; lifting them early could be even more damaging.

COVID-19 rocked his world — and he’s young and healthy

Tyler Chism, 33, an Everett city worker and man about town, tells what it’s like to have the virus.

Temporary site allows 250 more coronavirus tests per day

Tests are free for those who qualify. The center opened Monday near Everett Memorial Stadium.

Edmonds-Woodway alumna’s basketball career cut short by virus

Mady Burdett and the Whitman women’s basketball team were set to make a run at a national title.

Editorial: Stay home as much as possible. Please.

Every trip outside your home puts you and others at risk. Keep those trips to the absolute minimum.

The last picture show: COVID-19 closes Blue Fox Drive-In

In days before the stay-at-home order, families took in movies. Now you have to get your popcorn to go.

Everett care center administrator: ‘Am I scared — yes’

The COVID-19 outbreak has struck Sunrise View Assisted Living, with one person dead.

Not everything is closed as businesses evolve to stay alive

Places are offering curbside pick-up and online orders and are banding together to draw wary customers.

Watch Gov. Jay Inslee’s statewide TV address on Monday here

Gov. Jay Inslee ordered Washington residents to stay at home for the next two weeks.

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