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Nonprofits are expecting dramatic increases in requests following layoffs and hour reductions.
“We’re all in this together,” Mike Pence told Washington state officials.
Masks, gowns and gloves are all in high demand.
The attorney general’s office warned of scammers and announced a formal investigation into price gouging.
King County releases details about purchase of Econo Lodge
Responding to the COVID-19 outbreak, non-essential in-person meetings for March have been called off.
A state Department of Health spokesperson said their phone system is being overwhelmed.
Over 200 people are being supervised for possible virus exposure
Those with underlying lung or immune system problems are more at risk for serious complications.
One staff member is at home recovering; 11 more tests are being examined.
Changes at Sea-Tac Airport include more hand sanitizer, training for biohazard cleaning.
Locations for the facilities will include Seattle and White Center.
The blood bank has lost 143 donations since March 1.
The Tukwila USCIS office will be closed for two weeks
Public health officials ask WA Legislature for $100 million.
Metro and Sound Transit continue to operate normal routes for now.
Animal products create a lot of emissions, but veggie alternatives are coming from King County.
One suggestion would empower law enforcement and remove barriers to prosecution.
Overseas port closures hurt WA companies that depend on international shipping.
The governor is orchestrating a four-day bargaining session with both sides led by an MIT professor.