As we reopen, there will be more opportunities for COVID-19 to spread, That is why it is even more important to do everything we can to prevent transmission.
Most businesses will be required to operate at reduced capacity and hours, and all will be required to follow state health and safety guidelines.
Despite having the first major COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S., Washington state kept its death rate the lowest among all states that have had major outbreaks.
Some governors and local officials are sidelining public health professionals in a rush to reboot their state economies, even as infections increase
Some states, like Washington, have reopened more slowly with a set of specific benchmarks for different regions, but Arizona took a more aggressive approach.
Creating a clean air space inside your home is likely your best option to get relief from wildfire smoke this season.
A U.S. National Academy of Sciences panel have identified seven numbers decision-makers should follow to guide their response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Given the virus, and now the civil unrest, people need God. People need God all the more right now.”
Measures implemented in six major countries have substantially slowed the spread of the novel coronavirus – study
Contact tracing is how public health workers identify people who may have COVID-19 and not know it and help them avoid spreading it to others.
The more strain on personal finances people experience, the less likely they will seek medical care.
Health departments across the U.S. are working to create diverse teams of contact tracers to control the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
What happens after the diagnosis is crucial for changing the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a Q&A, Dr. Jeff Duchin, Health Officer for Public Health – Seattle & King County explains what the dashboard’s indicators mean.
Kittitas, Thurston, and Walla Walla counties have been approved to move into Phase 2 of the Washington state Governor Inslee’s Safe Start plan.