Of the 33 new cases reported today, two are deaths. In addition, one person who was previously reported as a positive case has now died.
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Twelve new cases of COVID-19 have been reported to Public Health – Seattle & King County through Saturday, March 7th. Of the 12 two are deaths.
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They can close schools, businesses, and transit systems. They can cancel concerts, sporting events and political rallies. They can call up the National Guard.
Experts say only a handful of states have done the work necessary to prepare for such worst-case scenarios.
In addition, seven new COVID-19 cases confirmed in King County, raising total number of cases to be identified in the county to 21.
All of these newly identified cases are among residents of LifeCare, the skilled nursing facility in Kirkland that was previously identified to have two associated cases.
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If you have symptoms like cough, fever, or other respiratory problems, contact your regular doctor first. Do not go to the emergency room.
As coronavirus spread, CDC lost valuable weeks that could have been used to track its possible spread in the US because it insisted upon devising its own test.
Though this closure is not necessary from a public health point of view, public health recognizes schools act out of extra special caution to protect children.
People living in a 20-minute neighborhood can meet most of their everyday needs within a 20-minute walk, cycle or local public transport trip of their home.
Fear has played a particularly vital role in coverage of the coronavirus outbreak.