On April 9th, Health Officer Dr. Jeff Duchin discussed recent increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in King CountyRead More
It can be hard to understand where we are with the COVID-19 pandemic recently. On one hand, it’s great that many people are getting vaccinated in our community. That’s bringing so much hope and relief as it helps reduce infections, hospitalizations and deaths.
On the other hand, not everyone is vaccinated yet, and we are hearing about increases in cases and increases in new coronavirus “variants” that are more contagious.
On April 2nd, Health Officer Dr. Jeff Duchin discussed recent increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in King County:Read More
As of March 17, pregnant people in Washington state are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. If you are pregnant or considering a future pregnancy, you probably have lots of questions around risks and benefits of the vaccine. We’ve provided answers to some of the questions you might have surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine.Read More
On March 19th, Health Officer Dr. Jeff Duchin provided updates on trends in COVID-19 cases and shared information on COVID vaccination efforts.Read More
It’s been one full year since Governor Jay Inslee announced the closure of school buildings across the Puget Sound region, including all schools in King County. What we thought might last a few weeks quickly turned into months, and now, for many, over a year.Read More