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Asks residents to forego traditional holiday gatherings due to COVID-19
The governor will not announce new restrictions, but he might soon if spread of the virus cannot be slowed.
The recent Lost Wages Assistance program pumped an extra $625 million to Washington’s unemployed.
New rules come as coronavirus cases are on the rise statewide.
A video posted by kindergarten teacher Mackenzie Adams has been viewed more than 10 million times.
A jump in tax collections cuts a projected $9 billion shortfall in half, acccording to new forecast.
With funding tied to getting students to school, districts are uncertain how much money they’ll receive.
A federal program will give some of the state’s unemployed a $300 weekly bump for the past five weeks.
A team of computational scientists has developed web-based software that maps the virus’ protein spikes.
Gov. Jay Inslee and other Democrats are waiting to see what Congress does.
Bringing students back in any capacity will lead to new infections, the report found.
Starting Wednesday, a four-phase plan will allow restrictions at nursing homes to gradually be relaxed.
King County among high-risk counties; several school districts will have remote learning in the fall.
The governor urges young people, who are not getting infected the most, to curb their social habits.
Don’t bully schools into reopening. Protect our students.
A spike in cases could cause hospitalizations and deaths to rise soon.
Gov. Jay Inslee has revised rules to allow self-serve food areas in Phase 2 of the state’s reopening.
“Just do not ring up the sale,” Gov. Jay Inslee said about customers who do not don the proper masks.
Inslee: Starting July 7, businesses do not serve those who do not wear a mask
His order requires masks and physical distancing, among other measures, to help prevent infections.