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Medic One Foundation’s Gratitude Meals offer support to first responders, local businesses

The initiative provides hearty lunches to first responders staffing the COVID-19 testing sites as they work to test their colleagues.

Report shows severity of COVID-19 impacts on hotels nationwide

70% of employees laid off or furloughed, eight in 10 hotel rooms empty

Two former King County jail inmates test positive for COVID-19

First confirmed cases at two correctional facilities

PSE Foundation, PSE commit to over $1 million to support community efforts

Donations to help community groups, food banks during COVID-19 pandemic

State processes record number of applications for unemployment benefits

Employment Security Department had challenges with the volume

Cantwell calls for nationwide support for local media hurt by COVID-19 pandemic

Remarks come on Senate floor: ‘We need the media. …and need to help them’

Ferry schedule tightens further, but some hope in horizon

“We don’t make these decisions lightly,” said Amy Scarton, head of Washington State Ferries.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee.

Washington, Oregon and California announce Western states pact

To work together on reopening economies, controlling COVID-19

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee.

PSE offers bill assistance for customers impacted by COVID-19

$11 million available to help pay bills

April free state park days postponed

A date has not been set, though two more free days are approaching in June.

Inslee, nonprofits launch fund for state’s food banks as supply levels drop

Demand expected to double this week to 1.6 million people in need

First WA state prisoner tests positive for COVID-19

The man is the first person in Washington to contract the disease while in a state prison.

King County domestic and sexual violence services available during COVID-19 outbreak

Advocacy organizations are adjusting their services to meet survivor needs

County Council approves $2.2M for emergency childcare

For first responders and other essential workers during COVID-19 crisis

Retroactive unemployment payments ensure full benefits for eligible Washingtonians

State Employment Security Department commissioner releases details

State attorney general warns to beware of scams related to stimulus checks

Scammers already targeting COVID-19 payments

New report indicates positive impact in King County of social distancing on COVID-19 epidemic

But heath officials say more progress needed | Public Health – Seattle King County

This illustration provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows COVID-19, the 2019 Novel Coronavirus.
This illustration provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows COVID-19, the 2019 Novel Coronavirus.