Shopping when you’re already stocked up puts you at risk of getting sick or infecting others, including workers who have no choice but to be there.
As community transmission becomes more widespread, Public Health is learning of positive cases across businesses and organizations in King County.
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Their hope is to buy time to develop a vaccine and prevent health systems from being overwhelmed.
Mixed messaging from all levels of government is putting Americans at risk. No matter what politicians say, stay home, even if you feel fine.
Why are schools closing but not childcare? Parents still need to work and children need safe and enriching spaces to spend their days.
Stop handshaking. Clean hands. Promote “tap and pay.” Avoid touching faces. Cover coughs and sneezes Disinfect frequently-touched surfaces. Increase ventilation
Thirty-six new cases were reported today bringing the total in King County to 270. In addition, one new death is reported, bringing the total deaths to 27.
People who have been exposed to the coronavirus are being given incomplete or misleading information about whether they should quarantine themselves.
Public Health – Seattle & King County is not recommending closure of schools and childcare programs when cases of COVID-19 have not been identified in the school community.
In addition to the governor’s ban on events with more than 250 people, the county is prohibiting those with fewer unless organizers take steps to minimize risks
Starting today, events that take place in King, Snohomish, and Pierce counties with more than 250 people are prohibited by the state.
Libraries aren’t just libraries anymore. Libraries are becoming community centers.
Officials urge King County residents to take seriously the recommendations to limit social contacts and minimize the spread of COVID-19 in the community.