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Demand expected to double this week to 1.6 million people in need
Some work will continue
The man is the first person in Washington to contract the disease while in a state prison.
Monday’s decision applies to all schools — public, private and charter.
At facilities in Kent, Seattle
The study, under peer review, was led by an Everett Clinic doctor. It could speed up testing nationwide.
The facility has until Sept. 16 to pay or address areas of concern or it will be terminated.
The Arcora Foundation is also attempting to expand its urgent care database, allowing those with different insurances to use its services during the outbreak.
As in other states, demand for intensive health care due to COVID-19 is expected to peak later in April.
Police given peace of mind amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Advocacy organizations are adjusting their services to meet survivor needs
The governor said Wednesday that the state must become self-reliant in the fight against COVID-19.
For first responders and other essential workers during COVID-19 crisis
Four state lawmakers gathered for a webinar with the East King Chambers Coalition.
State Employment Security Department commissioner releases details
Scammers already targeting COVID-19 payments
This only affects those who pay their property taxes themselves.
Fulfillment Center employee tested positive for COVID-19; facility remains open
Due to the coronavirus, the deadline for responding to the census is Aug. 14, 2020.
But heath officials say more progress needed | Public Health – Seattle King County