Seattle, WA Coronavirus Updates & News For January 31

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The number of cases is declining and two regions are preparing to move to phase 2 despite the arrival of a contagious strain.

Washington National Guard medic, Caityln Smith, administers a COVID-19 vaccine to a patient at the Town Toyota Center on January 26, 2021 in Wenatchee, Wash.

Washington National Guard paramedic Caityln Smith administers a COVID-19 vaccine to a patient at the Town Toyota Center on January 26, 2021 in Wenatchee, Wash. (David Ryder / Getty Images).

SEATTLE – COVID-19 transmission rates are falling, cases and hospitalizations are falling, and leading Washington state health officials are cautiously optimistic for almost the first time this year. However, the arrival of a more communicable coronavirus mutation in Washington’s three largest counties could soon create new problems. Read more

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The more contagious variant of the B117 coronavirus was first discovered in King County on Friday.

SEATTLE – A more transmissible strain of the coronavirus was first detected in King County on Friday. It was found in a test sample analyzed by UW Medicine researchers, public health officials said. … Continue reading

Sammamish-Issaquah, WA |
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The number of cases is declining and two regions are preparing to move to phase 2 despite the arrival of a contagious strain.

SAMMAMISH, WA – COVID-19 transmission rates are falling, cases and hospitalizations are falling, and leading Washington state health officials are cautiously optimistic for almost the first time this year. However, the arrival of a more communicable coronavirus mutation in Washington’s three largest counties could soon create new problems. Read more

Renton, WA |
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The number of cases is declining and two regions are preparing to move to phase 2 despite the arrival of a contagious strain.

RENTON, WA – COVID-19 transmission rates are falling, the number of cases and hospitalizations are falling, and leading Washington state health officials are cautiously optimistic for almost the first time this year. However, the arrival of a more communicable coronavirus mutation in Washington’s three largest counties could soon create new problems. Read more

Redmond, WA |
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The number of cases is declining and two regions are preparing to move to phase 2 despite the arrival of a contagious strain.

REDMOND, WA – COVID-19 transmission rates are falling, cases and hospitalizations are falling, and Washington state health officials are cautiously optimistic for almost the first time this year. However, the arrival of a more communicable coronavirus mutation in Washington’s three largest counties could soon create new problems. Read more

Kirkland, WA |
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The number of cases is declining and two regions are preparing to move to phase 2 despite the arrival of a contagious strain.

KIRKLAND, WA – COVID-19 transmission rates are falling, cases and hospitalizations are falling, and leading Washington state health officials are cautiously optimistic for almost the first time this year. However, the arrival of a more communicable coronavirus mutation in Washington’s three largest counties could soon create new problems. Read more

Bellevue, WA |
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The number of cases is declining and two regions are preparing to move to phase 2 despite the arrival of a contagious strain.

BELLEVUE, WA – COVID-19 transmission rates are falling, the number of cases and hospitalizations are falling, and leading Washington state health officials are cautiously optimistic for almost the first time this year. However, the arrival of a more communicable coronavirus mutation in Washington’s three largest counties could soon create new problems. Read more

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Online registration starts on Saturday morning for the district’s first two communal vaccination centers for residents at the highest risk.

KING COUNTY, WA – Public Health Seattle & King County will open its first two high-volume vaccination sites on Monday, offering appointments to the area’s most vulnerable residents six days a week. Starting February 1, the locations will operate Monday through Saturday at the ShoWare Center in Kent and the General Services Administration Complex in Auburn. … Continue reading