Here are some voices at Providence hospital of those still staring down COVID: a harpist, a cancer patient, a chaplain and a nursing assistant.
Jean-Luc Baker and Sean Beighton qualified for the Winter Olympics, but 1 positive COVID test could derail their dreams.
The surging omicron variant has left many Snohomish County classrooms bare of both staff and students.
The Center for COVID Control will close an Everett site and others around the U.S. as officials take a closer look.
Guard troops will help Providence in Everett, among other places, deal with a surge in virus patients and staffing shortages.
The state’s health board debunked rumors from social media users, politicians and conservative pundits.
What worked — and what didn’t — changes as the virus mutates; our response must adapt, too.
As much as half of the county could be infected by the variant; and hospitalizations are surging.
The Snohomish County Black Heritage Committee will host a small in-person event that will also be live-streamed.
“You can’t just wait until the fog clears,” says one business owner. Here’s what he and others are planning.
New versions of the N95 offer better breathability and more protection against virus transmission.
“Everyone should assume that they’re going to be exposed,” Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers said.
Parents find they have to be flexible as districts react to outbreaks and shortages of staff and test kits.
Meanwhile, traffic caused by an overwhelmed north Everett COVID-19 testing site has been resolved.
Vaccine availability and other measures are better at protecting kids than closures of schools.
Meanwhile, state Sen. John Lovick has tested positive. Some jury trials are suspended. And a pivot to remote learning is possible.
Everett joined 15 WHL clubs Friday in announcing a halt to team activities until next week.
With bands reluctant to play and few people buying tickets, local music venues wonder: Will we be able to stay open?
Reserving care for the most likely to survive leaves difficulties in how doctors, others make that call.
City officials are looking to relocate a test site on Wetmore Avenue as demand soars amid an omicron-fueled surge.