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Everyone should take precautions, especially infants, children, and people over 65, or those that are pregnant, have heart or lung diseases, diabetes, stroke survivors, and those suffering from COVID-19.
Deaths due to COVID-19 in King County have slowed dramatically since the early peak in April. However, COVID-19 still ranks as the 6th leading cause of deaths
Instead of treating COVID-19 patients with plasma, hospitals want to conduct a gold-standard clinical trial to determine whether the treatment actually works.
Oxfam America study ranks Washington best state — based on worker protections, healthcare and unemployment during COVID pandemic
Health departments say they currently lack the staff, money and tools to educate people about vaccines and then to administer hundreds of millions of doses.
The lack of consistent asymptomatic testing guidelines means that from state to state, county to county, a hodgepodge of strategies are being used.
The safety net providers that take all patients regardless of ability to pay have sustained enormous financial losses during the COVID-19 crisis.
Even though most schools are starting with online learning this fall, more than 30 campuses will be open for in-person health-care services.
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FDA’s repeated departure from standards and long-tested and proved procedures will soon translate into a poorly considered authorization of COVID-19 vaccines.
I’m a public health researcher, and I’m dismayed that the CDC’s missteps are causing people to lose trust in a great institution
With all the news swirling around convalescent plasma, we thought we’d break it down for you.
“Everyone goes along with the idea that we’re all in the same boat together. But, really, it’s like we’re all on the Titanic and it’s sinking.”
Wear it, says a UW sports medicine doctor who runs. “Out in the community, any type of face covering is going to do fine,” he says.