Rates among youth age 10-17 in Washington state was 11.9 percent, among adults over 20, 28.3 percent.
At our current level of COVID-19 transmission, DOH guidance recommends distance learning for the vast majority of students.
Snohomish Health District recommends opting for household-only and/or virtual activities.
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With many schools opting for remote learning, pods are an agreement between families to have their kids come together in person to learn.
Even though most schools are starting with online learning this fall, more than 30 campuses will be open for in-person health-care services.
There is no ‘zero-risk’ scenario for resuming in-person instruction but there are pathways to resuming limited in-person instruction for younger students.
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County’s case rate has climbed for more than a month and is now at nearly 100 cases per 100,000 population, the rate in March when schools were first closed.
The recommendation for remote learning is a shift from the district’s previous hybrid plan that included in-person/in-school learning and remote learning.
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Although the syndrome is rare, parents should call their care providers if their children develop new or unusual symptoms, such as a persistent fever, headache, abdominal pain and respiratory symptoms.
Providers in Washington’s Childhood Vaccine Program report they give 30% fewer vaccines to 0-18 year olds in March than they usually do.
An estimated 4.5 million youth ages 16-24 are considered disconnected — not going to school or working. Such “disconnected” youth have poorer economic prospects.