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Amid Washington COVID summer surge, booster rates are low

July 1, 2024, 6:00am Health

COVID-19 infections, emergency department visits and hospitalizations are rising in Washington this summer — but most of the state’s residents have yet to get the most updated vaccine booster for… Read story

Summer COVID surge approaches in Seattle area as travel season begins

June 17, 2024, 10:20am Health

A summer COVID-19 surge is on its way through Seattle and the region. Read story

What are current COVID guidelines?

July 16, 2024, 6:03am Health

COVID is going around again this summer, with infections rising across the country. Read story

300 deaths a week marks pandemic low

June 28, 2024, 4:31pm Health

Here’s a look at the state of COVID-19 in the U.S. as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention establishes its latest advice on vaccinations. Read story

Attorney General Bob Ferguson, who is running as a Democrat for governor this year.

Federal judge dismisses John Stockton’s lawsuit against Washington AG over COVID bans

Attorney General Bob Ferguson, who is running as a Democrat for governor this year.

May 23, 2024, 7:39am Latest News

A federal court judge dismissed basketball legend John Stockton’s lawsuit against the Washington State Office of the Attorney General Wednesday over pandemic rules that restricted doctors from speaking out against “the mainstream COVID narrative.” Read story

FILE - A security guard waves for journalists to clear the road after a convoy carrying the World Health Organization team entered the Huanan Seafood Market on the third day of a field visit in Wuhan in central China&rsquo;s Hubei province on Jan. 31, 2021. The hunt for COVID-19 origins has gone dark in China. An AP investigation drawing on thousands of pages of undisclosed emails and documents and dozens of interviews found feuding officials and fear of blame ended meaningful Chinese and international efforts to trace the virus almost as soon as they began, despite years of public statements to the contrary.

Toxic: How the search for the origins of COVID-19 turned politically poisonous

FILE - A security guard waves for journalists to clear the road after a convoy carrying the World Health Organization team entered the Huanan Seafood Market on the third day of a field visit in Wuhan in central China&rsquo;s Hubei province on Jan. 31, 2021. The hunt for COVID-19 origins has gone dark in China. An AP investigation drawing on thousands of pages of undisclosed emails and documents and dozens of interviews found feuding officials and fear of blame ended meaningful Chinese and international efforts to trace the virus almost as soon as they began, despite years of public statements to the contrary.

April 22, 2024, 8:23am Health

The hunt for the origins of COVID-19 has gone dark in China, the victim of political infighting after a series of stalled and thwarted attempts to find the source of the virus that killed millions and paralyzed the world for months. Read story

A health worker prepares a dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

OHA study finds no link between COVID-19 vaccine and cardiac deaths

A health worker prepares a dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

April 12, 2024, 5:09pm Health

During the pandemic, reports linked the COVID-19 vaccine to cardiac deaths, especially among young people, but a new study by the Oregon Health Authority found no connection between the two. Read story

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Washington Department of Health releases updated guidance for COVID-19

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March 18, 2024, 4:17pm Clark County Health

The Washington State Department of Health released updated guidance Monday for how to protect against COVID-19, influenza and respiratory syncytial virus, also known as RSV. Read story

FILE - This undated, colorized electron microscope image made available by the U.S. National Institutes of Health in February 2020 shows the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, indicated in yellow, emerging from the surface of cells, indicated in blue/pink, cultured in a laboratory. The National Institutes of Health is opening a handful of studies to start testing possible treatments for long COVID, an anxiously awaited step in U.S. efforts against the mysterious condition. The announcement, Monday, July 31, 2023 comes amid frustration from patients who've struggled for months or years with sometimes disabling health problems.

COVID-19, respiratory ailments ‘slowing down’ in Clark County

FILE - This undated, colorized electron microscope image made available by the U.S. National Institutes of Health in February 2020 shows the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, indicated in yellow, emerging from the surface of cells, indicated in blue/pink, cultured in a laboratory. The National Institutes of Health is opening a handful of studies to start testing possible treatments for long COVID, an anxiously awaited step in U.S. efforts against the mysterious condition. The announcement, Monday, July 31, 2023 comes amid frustration from patients who've struggled for months or years with sometimes disabling health problems.

March 13, 2024, 6:08am Clark County Health

“Respiratory illness in general in Clark County seems to be slowing down,” Clark County Public Health spokesperson Marissa Armstrong said, and that includes COVID-19. (See the data for yourself at clark.wa.gov/public-health/respiratory-illness-data.) Read story

A nurse administers a flu shot at Legacy Salmon Creek .

As cold sets in, Clark County Public Health urges caution over respiratory ills

A nurse administers a flu shot at Legacy Salmon Creek .

January 13, 2024, 6:07am Clark County Health

With the onset of cold weather, respiratory illnesses are usually not far behind. Read story