EXPANDED FREE COVID-19 TESTING IN SOUTH KING COUNTY

June 11– Seattle & King County has expanded free COVID-19 testing resources in south King County, where communities have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. These three new free testing sites will provide ongoing access to testing in south Seattle and south King County. The sites will be located at Sea Mar Community Health Centers at SouthContinue reading “EXPANDED FREE COVID-19 TESTING IN SOUTH KING COUNTY”

FACE-COVERING DIRECTIVE GOES INTO EFFECT MONDAY

May 15-The King County directive requiring face coverings be worn in public goes into effect Monday, May 18. Health leaders are asking everyone to keep in mind that face coverings should not be worn by everyone and are committed to ensuring that individuals who are unable to safely wear face coverings are not harassed orContinue reading “FACE-COVERING DIRECTIVE GOES INTO EFFECT MONDAY”

King County reducing density in shelters by moving nearly 400 people to hotels; and Public Health—Seattle & King County announces 175 new cases for April 2, 2020

King County continues to reduce shelter concentrations by moving nearly 400 people to hotels In a continuing effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus and prevent the transmission of illness through the homeless shelter population, King County has negotiated with three local hotels to serve as temporary shelter locations for people experiencing homelessness. ThisContinue reading “King County reducing density in shelters by moving nearly 400 people to hotels; and Public Health—Seattle & King County announces 175 new cases for April 2, 2020”

City of SeaTac COVID-19 Update

March 6-The City of SeaTac continues to monitor the latest developments with COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Since the initial case was discovered in King County, City leadership has met several times to collect facts and determine the next steps forward for the City. The City is making its decisions based on facts from Public Health Seattle KingContinue reading “City of SeaTac COVID-19 Update”