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.
July 28, 2021.Reading time 13 minutes.
There have been 227 new cases of COVID-19 daily in the last seven days—that’s a 59% increase from the previous week. Anyone with signs or symptoms of COVID-19 should get tested as early as possible regardless of vaccination status.
March 18, 2021.Reading time 5 minutes.
Following the one-year anniversary of the first detection of community transmission in the United States, the Seattle Coronavirus Network (SCAN) study is redirecting resources to address priorities that reflect knowledge gained from the past 12 months, as well as the changing state of the pandemic.
December 4, 2020.Reading time 12 minutes.
The holiday season has arrived as COVID-19 continues to spread throughout our communities. Two major ways to help protect our communities is by limiting our travel and testing for the coronavirus.