Starting Saturday, March 12, King County will stop requiring masks in many indoor public spaces. What does this mean for you?Read More
We will most likely be dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic for a while longer. So, it’s a good time to assess your mask supply. There’s a good chance it’s in need of a refresh! Here are reminders on what to look for in a high quality mask and when to consider wearing a mask like an N95 or KN95.Read More
This virus is significantly nastier than previous COVID-19 viruses, and it’s challenging us in new ways. The bottom line: vaccines offer excellent protection against hospitalization and death from Delta. But if you aren’t vaccinated, you are more likely to be infected, hospitalized or die from COVID-19.Read More
Wear a mask in indoor, public spaces. This unified recommendation comes as case counts in our region are rising again, driven largely by the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant of COVID-19.Read More
Washington state is about to reopen with 70% of people 16 and older initiating the vaccine series. For families and caregivers with children under the age of 12 who are not yet eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, re-opening may cause concern and raise a lot of questions on how best to protect our kids who are still at risk of getting COVID-19.
Here are ways you can continue to keep children under the age of 12 safe.Read More