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Lewis County, Thurston County and the rest of Washington state will remain in Phase 1 of the statewide recovery plan until at least Feb. 1. The Washington state Department of Health released data … more
For teachers in Spokane and the rest of the state, the confusion surrounding distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine just got worse. Earlier this week, the Washington State Department of Health … more
Washington state lawmakers Friday afternoon released the outline of a new COVID-19 relief bill aimed at boosting vaccine distribution and contact tracing, and aiding schools, renters and small … more
Four mass COVID-19 vaccination sites are expected to open next week in Washington state, though none are in King County, which is working toward a February debut of its own sites in the county's … more
In Seattle University's Campion Ballroom, which in non-pandemic times is used as a large conference room and event space, more than 2,000 people a day are being vaccinated against COVID-19 through a … more
From his home in Battle Ground, Clark County, middle school teacher William Baur has paid close attention to any COVID-19 news about schools. He has dug up available data on infections in his … more
In the county’s largest one-off COVID-19 vaccination event yet, public health officials will partner with Providence in a drive-through clinic at the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds this Sunday. … more
After penning an open letter to Gov. Jay Inslee requesting “the immediate rollback of current lockdown mandates,” Lewis County Commissioner Sean Swope says he would have liked to do things … more
A proposed Washington state bill to force some public schools to reopen under certain COVID-19 metrics was met last week with support from several parents citing frustrations about local power … more
Thurston County’s health officer on Thursday gave the OK for public schools to again begin slowly transitioning to a hybrid learning model that includes in-person instruction, starting first with … more
After public testimony for a bill to rapidly reopen businesses, co-sponsor Sen. John Braun, R-Centralia, commended the “staggering number” of people — largely business owners — who signed up … more
In his latest press conference regarding Washington state’s ongoing efforts to fight COVID-19 Jan. 21, Gov. Jay Inslee noted it was the one-year anniversary of the first confirmed case of the … more
Lewis County Public Health and Social Services reported 43 newl COVID-19 cases Thursday, along with three additional deaths. Since March, the county has seen 2,709 cases of the virus, and 34 … more
After a full day vaccinating seniors and health care workers, Mark Tan has gone home and spent hours manually entering their data into the state's immunization registry. That laborious process, … more
Teachers and other school staff returning to in-person school in Washington state could be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine earlier than expected. Changes to the state Department of Health … more
In a sign of mounting frustration over Washington's COVID-19 restrictions, more than 1,500 people urged state lawmakers to support a bill that would speed the reopening of businesses and put … more
Just when residents of Washington will have access to a COVID-19 vaccine depends on how many doses the federal government delivers and how many the state can administer in a day.Currently, the state … more
After weeks of offering indoor dining and rebelling against statewide orders meant to slow the spread of COVID-19, Spiffy’s in Napavine has finally come into compliance, and a superior court judge … more
Washington’s unemployment rate rose like a hot air balloon in December, soaring to 7.1 percent from November’s rate of 5.7 percent and October’s 6.0 percent.According to the state Employment … more
While the state struggles to speed up its vaccination distribution efforts, the Washington Department of Health (DOH) on Tuesday began reporting the state's most updated vaccination numbers on its … more
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