May 16, 2023.Reading time 10 minutes.
Con Confianza y En Comunidad celebrates their 3rd year anniversary: Learn more about how the Latinx Community Response Team responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and how they’ve evolved to serve the needs of Latinos throughout King County.
May 10, 2023.Reading time 13 minutes.
We’ve updated our COVID-19 data dashboards. Our goal is to make it easier for people to find and understand the current data on Outcomes by Vaccination Status.
May 8, 2023.Reading time 10 minutes.
When the COVID-19 pandemic first began here in the US, the federal government put in place special emergency declarations that allowed them to rapidly respond to the spread of COVID-19 as well as addressing financial barriers to COVID-19-related care. On May 11, 2023, the Federal Public Health Emergency Declaration ends, which means there will be changes to how some people receive COVID-19-related care, like testing, treatment, and vaccines.
March 24, 2023.Reading time 7 minutes.
Public Health – Seattle & King County fully supports the decision by many healthcare organizations in our region to require masking in their facilities to decrease the ongoing risk of COVID-19.
March 9, 2023.Reading time 2 minutes.
Dr. Eric Chow, Chief of Communicable Disease Epidemiology for Public Health – Seattle & King County, held a media briefing on March 8, 2023, to share information and take questions about where we are in the COVID-19 pandemic.
March 3, 2023.Reading time 16 minutes.
Compared to earlier in the pandemic, we’re in a much better place with COVID-19, but it hasn’t gone away. We asked our Health Officer, Dr. Jeff Duchin, to share his thoughts on COVID-19 cases, vaccination, masking, and outlook in King County.