Gone But Not Forgotten – Indigent Remains Ceremony 2022

Grave marker with flowers and painting

Every few years, the King County Medical Examiner’s Office (KCMEO) hosts a unique memorial to ensure that every King County resident is remembered. The KCMEO’s Indigent Remains Program provides burial for King County residents who have died without resources or family to claim their remains for a proper burial.

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Latest updates on monkeypox vaccine in King County

Public Health has received the next distribution of vaccine for monkeypox. With this limited supply, read an update on our planning for getting theses doses to people at highest risk for recent exposure.

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Video & Transcript: Press briefing with Dr. Duchin & Dr. Friedly on COVID-19 and long COVID

On July 14, 2022, Public Health – Seattle & King County’s Health Officer, Dr. Jeff Duchin was joined by Dr. Janna Friedly of UW Medicine’s Post-COVID Rehabilitation and Recovery Clinic to discuss long-COVID, including impacts and resources. Dr. Duchin also provided an update on current COVID-19 trends. A transcript of the briefing is now available, […]

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