A health expert, an economist and an education professor walk into the question of where covid has left us.
State says prevention efforts will continue.
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Under a tentative deal state employees would get $1,000 bonuses for receiving a COVID-19 booster shot.
A Mill Creek mother of four was out of work after heart surgery. The YWCA helped with truck repairs, rent and her resume.
The new bivalent shot offers some protection against the variant now causing nearly all infections.
Gov. Jay Inslee announced Thursday the order will end nearly three years after he first issued it.
Relying on remote learning during covid did too much harm to children and with little health benefit for kids and adults.
Seattle and King County health officials are urging people to get the new COVID-19 booster.
Snohomish County published a report on how it intends to spend a one-time cash influx from the federal American Rescue Plan Act.
The agency needs to be clear about what it didn’t know and what the purpose of its guidance was.
The nurse described an overwhelmed emergency department, as staff have pleaded with the Everett City Council for hazard pay.
Projects span from Edmonds to Sultan. Each city is using American Rescue Plan Act money, with the county contributing, too.
The now repealed policy had required grocery stores to pay employees an additional $4 per hour.
With new covid boosters ready this fall, they can be paired with flu shots. But Congress has to fund them.
Hospitalizations in King County have increased three-fold since April, resulting in talk of mandates.
Council members agreed to review their options to support nurses, but mandating extra pay may not be possible.
Rep. Robert Sutherland and five colleagues fought a requirement barring access to the House floor unless vaccinated
Jay Inslee also wants to require current and future state employees keep up with their shots, if they want to keep their jobs.
The outgoing health officer has “nothing but confidence” in his successor. The two say they had similar approaches to COVID.