Providence Health Care in Spokane announced Friday it has requested federal resources to help address an increasing number of COVID-19 hospitalizations.
The Washington Medical Commission has suspended the license of a pediatric health care provider in southwestern Washington.
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Nurses around the U.S. are getting burned out by the COVID-19 crisis and quitting, yet applications to nursing schools are rising.
The analysis estimated how many COVID-19 deaths were among unvaccinated adults and could have been prevented since June 2021 “when safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines became widely available to all adults in the U.S.”
Police departments around the U.S. that are requiring officers to get vaccinated against COVID-19 are running up against pockets of resistance that some fear could leave law enforcement shorthanded and undermine public safety.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidance urges people to get vaccinated ahead of the holidays if they haven't done so already.
The Washington Medical Commission announced Friday that a Clark County physician assistant’s license was suspended over his alleged treatment for COVID-19.
An FDA panel on Friday voted to recommend a booster dose of the single-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at least two months later.
The White House is expected to announce fully vaccinated international travelers who are foreign nationals will be allowed into the united states starting Nov. 8.
The FDA’s independent advisory panel endorsed lower-dose Moderna booster shots for seniors and other high-risk groups.
Starting Nov. 15, large events in Washington state will be required to verify that all attendees 12 years or older are either fully vaccinated or test negative within the last 72 hours, Governor Jay Inslee announced on Thursday.
Seattle city officials say as of Wednesday, about 88% of the department’s employees have been vaccinated, but that means dozens of first responders are at risk of losing their jobs. One firefighter cleared out his locker on Thursday, ending a 16-year long career at the department.
With just a few days to go until the vaccine mandate takes effect, the Seattle Fire Department is making contingency plans for handling emergencies.
With the federal government’s vaccine requirement deadline approaching, some people worry about a possible TSA staff shortage and how it could impact holiday travels.
A new study suggests that certain molecules in the blood could indicate impending dementia.
The Washington State Department of Health says COVID-19 cases are down across all age groups, including school-age children.
Eric Robison, 23, lost his 22-year-old wife to COVID-19 and became a single father within the span of just two months. ICU nurse Ashlee Schwartz saw the young family’s tragic struggle and stepped in to help.
Starting Wednesday, Ash Way Park & Ride in Lynnwood will transition to a combination COVID testing and vaccine site.
In an online review, FDA scientists didn’t reach a firm conclusion, citing shortcomings with J&J’s data, including little information on protection against the extra-contagious delta variant of the coronavirus.