Since the pandemic began, attention and praise have rightly focused on health care workers at hospitals. But there’s another group who provide critical care to...
How payroll-protection loans discriminate against some businesses hurt by coronavirus | Naomi Ishisaka
Businesses owned by people of color, women and those in rural areas have always been at the back of the line when it comes to...
King County needs to dramatically scale up the number of individual rooms available to people who are unsheltered -- units with doors and sanitation connected...
While coronavirus might not discriminate, the impact on different communities is far from equal nationwide. Statewide data for Washington has been hard to come by.
Children in foster care experience the same coronavirus anxiety and fear as everyone else, coupled with being separated from their families.
The coronavirus pandemic turned what were long-ignored priorities for disabled and sick people into priorities for everyone.
Some Seattle-area hospitals report being days away from running out of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Fear might bring out some of our worst instincts, but crises bring out the best in humanity as well.
Coronavirus facts in Spanish, Chinese, Amharic, Tagalog and other languages for Seattle-area residents
Public Health – Seattle & King County released recommendations in multiple languages for the prevention of COVID-19.