King County Covid-19 Relief Fund Application Now Open

For Independent Live Music Venues, Science Organizations, and Arts/Culture/Science Education NOTE: The application period is now closed. Applications will be reviewed and notification sent to all applicants by Friday, August 14. King County is providing one-time grants as economic support to certain types of organizations in King County experiencing business interruption caused by the requiredContinue reading “King County Covid-19 Relief Fund Application Now Open”

Updates From Public Health: Friday April 10

Today’s Public Health Update: Preliminary data shows COVID-19 impacting all races and ethnicities. Also, a conversation a Public Health officer about the dangers of ending social distancing too early. In addition, Public Health—Seattle & King County reported 231 new cases, bringing the official case count in King County to 4,117, and 19 new deaths, bringingContinue reading “Updates From Public Health: Friday April 10”

Updates From Public Health: Thursday April 9

Today’s Public Health Update: Public Health – Seattle & King County is distributing over 20,000 test kits to high priority areas, thanks to donations from UW Medicine and the Seattle Flu Study. Public Health urges everyone to continue practicing social distancing, even while outdoors, in order to maintain progress in slowing the spread of COVID-19.Continue reading “Updates From Public Health: Thursday April 9”

Updates From Public Health: Wednesday April 8

Today’s Public Health Update: Public Health – Seattle & King County provides tips to minimize risk when traveling to necessary medical appointments – including for people who have symptoms of COVID-19. They have also provided tips for staying safe while you are outside. In addition, Public Health reported 202 new cases of COVID-19 today, bringingContinue reading “Updates From Public Health: Wednesday April 8”

Be Counted!

Be counted!  Make sure the impact of COVID-19 on the creative sectors is known. The impacts of the COVID-19 crisis hit the artists and creative businesses first and dramatically.  However, there aren’t a lot of ways to make those impacts visible collectively, which is why there are so many surveys going around.  These are reallyContinue reading “Be Counted!”

Updates From Public Health: Tuesday, April 7

Today’s Public Health Update: Public health resources are available in multiple languages. In addition, Public Health—Seattle & King County reported 155 new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the official case count in King County to 3,486, and eight new deaths, bringing the total of COVID-19 deaths in King County to 230. Coronavirus resources available inContinue reading “Updates From Public Health: Tuesday, April 7”

Updates From Public Health – Monday April 6

Today’s Public Health Update: Public Health—Seattle & King County urges everyone, even people who are young and healthy, to stay home to slow the spread of COVID-19. There are also tips for household safety, specifically for gun owners. In addition, Public Health reported 164 new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the official case count inContinue reading “Updates From Public Health – Monday April 6”

Updates From Public Health – Saturday April 4

Today’s Public Health Update: Public Health – Seattle & King County continues to focus on preventing COVID-19 outbreaks in congregate settings, including jails. The Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention has taken steps to create greater social distancing in their facilities. There is also critical need for blood donations. Public Health reported 111 new casesContinue reading “Updates From Public Health – Saturday April 4”