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Snohomish County

Latest Snohomish County coronavirus information

According to the department, as of Thursday, April 2nd, 6,966 Washington State residents are known to have contracted COVID-19, of which 1,317 are from Snohomish County, 2,711 are from King County, 433 are from Pierce County, 119 are from Island County, and 150 are from Skagit County. All counties have reported at least one infection.

The Washington State Department of Heath continues to receive a large amount of data and now reports consolidated reports once per day.

According to the department, as of Thursday, April 2nd, 6,966 Washington State residents are known to have contracted COVID-19, of which 1,317 are from Snohomish County, 2,711 are from King County, 433 are from Pierce County, 119 are from Island County, and 150 are from Skagit County. All counties have reported at least one infection.

Snohomish County Fire Service Agencies establish Fire Coordination Center in response to COVID-19 outbreak

Snohomish County fire service agencies established a Fire Coordination Center to provide unified tracking, planning, and response to the coronavirus outbreak.

Snohomish County fire service agencies established a Fire Coordination Center to provide unified tracking, planning, and response to the coronavirus outbreak. 

Together, these fire departments serve about 680,000 residents, nearly 83% of the county’s population.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish Country offers all-day childcare in response to COVID-19

In response to COVID-19, the needs of first responders, health care workers and school closings, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County is open and offering discounted all-day childcare. Free childcare to all first responders and health care workers is offered in appreciation of their vital work in our community.

In response to COVID-19, the needs of first responders, health care workers and school closings, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County are open and offering discounted all-day childcare.

Free childcare to all first responders and health care workers is offered in appreciation of their vital work in our community.

New Drive-thru COVID-19 Testing Option available in Snohomish County

High-risk Snohomish County residents with symptoms of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), including those who work in healthcare, public safety or critical infrastructure, now have another option for free testing. People who do not have symptoms or do not meet the criteria will not be eligible for testing appointments.

High-risk Snohomish County residents with symptoms of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), including those who work in healthcare, public safety or critical infrastructure, now have another option for free testing.

People who do not have symptoms or do not meet the criteria will not be eligible for testing appointments.

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