COVID-19 in Washington: Links and resources to help you during coronavirus pandemic

Q13 News is committed to helping our community through the COVID-19 crisis. We will continue to update this page with useful links and resources as we fight coronavirus together.

Interactive map:

Courtesy: Johns Hopkins University

Quick Links:

    How to get a free COVID-19 test in your area:

    UW Medicine: COVID-19 Drive-up Testing

    City of Seattle: How to register for free testing

    King County: Free COVID-19 testing locations

    Tacoma-Pierce County: COVID-19 testing sites

    Snohomish Health District drive-thru testing info

    Thurston County drive-thru testing

    Kitsap County testing sites

    Skagit County drive-thru testing

    More COVID-19 testing options:

    Medical Teams International is partnering with Mary’s Place to provide free COVID-19 testing to individuals and families this Wednesday, June 17 through Friday, June 19. The testing is part of Medical Teams’ broader, ongoing effort with Seattle and King County Public Health to reach people at heightened risk of the illness who lack access to testing.

    Wednesday, June 17, 2020
    2:00-5:00 pm
    Mary’s Place White Center, 10821 8th Ave SW Seattle, 98146

    Thursday, June 18, 2020
    9:00 am-2:00 pm
    Mary’s Place Women’s Day Center, 1830 9th Ave Seattle, WA

    Friday, June 19, 2020
    2:00-5:00 pm
    Mary’s Place Family Diversion Center, 712 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA

    Information from Washington state:

    Washington State Department of Health COVID-19 web site

    State's official web site: Washington State Coronavirus Response (COVID-19)

    What are essential businesses during Washington’s ‘stay at home’ order? Check this list

    Still not sure if your business is considered essential? Fill out this form to ask the state.

    How to report violations of the Governor's 'Stay Home-Stay Healthy' Proclamation

    Washington State Employment Security Department COVID-19 page

    Information from local counties:

    Public Health Seattle-King County

    King County coronavirus web site

    Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department COVID-19 web site

    Pierce County coronavirus impacts

    Snohomish Health District COVID-19 web site

    Snohomish County COVID-19 web site

    Kitsap Public Health District COVID-19 web site

    Jefferson County Public Health COVID-19 web site

    Kittitas County COVID-19 web site

    Lewis County COVID-19 web site

    Mason County COVID-19 web site

    Thurston County COVID-19 web site

    Information from the Federal government: Official COVID-19 web site by The White House, CDC & FEMA

    Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) web site about COVID-19

    CDC: Symptoms for COVID-19

    CDC: Testing for COVID-19

    CDC: If You Are Sick or Caring for Someone

    CDC: Facts about COVID-19

    CDC: COVID-19 FAQs

    CDC: Managing Anxiety and Stress

    How to help:

    Donate to Food Lifeline

    Donate Protective Gear to Seattle

    Seattle Sounders FC Relief Fund

    100 Million Mask Challenge

    United Way of King County 

    Transit information:

    Sound Transit reduced service

    King County Metro reduced service

    Pierce Transit reduced service

    Community Transit reduced service (Snohomish County)

    Information from other essential services:

    How Seattle City Light can assist with your City Light bill during the COVID-19 outbreak

    Puget Sound Energy COVID-19 response

    Tacoma Public Utilities COVID-19 response

    Other useful links:

    Latest Q13 News coverage of COVID-19

    EPA recommended products to protect against Coronavirus

    University of Washington COVID-19 projections

    Support small businesses in Seattle

    Frequently asked questions:

    How do I make my own hand sanitizer?

    Do face masks help?

    How to stop touching your face

    Can you get it from packages?

    How can I safely shop for groceries?

    Is there anything I need to know about eating takeout?

    How do I protect my mental health?

    How do I avoid going stir crazy at home?