A Conversation on Hope and Hopelessness

Adjusting to the changes COVID-19 has imposed has been very difficult for everyone. We talked with Diana Cortez Yanez, a King County resident who has lived with depression and found hope. She shares about her journey through feelings of despair and loneliness, reaching out for support, and the tools that helped her navigate this time.

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Why flu vaccine is more important during COVID-19

Flu will likely arrive while COVID-19 is still circulating, and that makes it even more important to get a flu vaccination. We asked Dr. Jeff Duchin, Health Officer for Public Health – Seattle & King County, to explain why.

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SCHOOLS PREPARING FOR A MEASURED RETURN TO IN-PERSON LEARNING

King County’s K-12 schools are back in session. For most students, the 2020-2021 school year is starting remotely and Zoom is the new classroom. At Public Health – Seattle & King County (PHSKC), we are supporting schools and communities across the county as they prepare for in-school learning.

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