Update on King County’s Vaccine Verification Policy

Close up of a woman holding up a COVID-19 Vaccination Record card. The person is masked and standing outside.

It’s been almost a month since vaccination verification started in King County. THANK YOU to the many staff and businesses who adjusted operations to create safer spaces for customers and staff. Here’s an update on how it’s going and our enforcement process.

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Tips for Supporting Youth Mental Health

Versión en español As Washington state moves toward its second full winter of the COVID-19 pandemic, people of all ages continue to feel stressed, isolated, and experience grief and loss. Our community is particularly concerned about the well-being of young people, whose social networks and routines are disrupted. Vaccines for children and youth 5 years […]

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Do I need to get tested? Tips for travelers this holiday season

A family with two school-aged children walk through airport with suitcases. They are holding hands and wearing facemasks and appear excited to travel.

With the holidays fast approaching, and COVID-19 still present in our communities, many are wondering how to safely plan for events and travel, especially when people of all ages—and vaccination statuses—plan to gather in one household. As you make plans for the holiday season, follow these CDC guidelines for testing and safer ways to celebrate.

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Ask Miss Rona: Kids COVID-19 Vaccine

Miss Rona is a Q&A series started on Public Health’s Instagram to respond to community questions related to different topic areas of COVID-19. For this edition of Miss Rona, we answered your questions about Kids COVID-19 vaccines.

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