Burien’s Kennedy Catholic High cancels classes Friday due to COVID-19 outbreak

Burien’s Kennedy Catholic High School canceled classes on Friday, Dec. 17, 2021 due to an outbreak of COVID-19 among 13 students and staff, President/Principal Matthew Mohs announced in a video […]

Health officials recommend everyone wears face masks in indoor public spaces

COVID vaccination rate for Burien area at 32.5 percent, above county average

COVID-19 vaccines to be focus of Town Hall with Dave Upthegrove & Patty Hayes on Wed., Feb. 3

Roadmap to Recovery: Burien will move to Phase 2 reopening on Monday, Feb. 1

Public Health: New COVID-19 variant has been detected in Washington State

Sea-Tac Airport in 2020: passenger traffic down over -61%, domestic air cargo up +15%

Gov. Inslee expands plans for widespread COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Upthegrove applauds $7 million to increase COVID-19 vaccine availability in South King County

Number of WA Notify users tops 1.5 million, exceeds 25% of adults in state

King County Councilmember Dave Upthegrove: Protecting Our Community & Loved Ones

First batch of COVID-19 vaccines arrive in King County; state releases distribution plan

Infected employee at Burien Fred Meyer concerned about recent COVID outbreak at store

Gov. Inslee extends statewide COVID-19 restrictions to Jan. 4

More than 1 million users enable ‘WA Notify’ COVID exposure app within first four days

King County Councilmember Dave Upthegrove: Serious Response for South King County

Round 3 of Working Washington Small Business Grant program opens this week

New COVID-19 exposure notification smartphone tool ‘WA Notify’ launched

Burien’s St. Anne Hospital say it’s ready for recent COVID-19 surge, shares survivor’s story

FREE COVID-19 testing expands at Highline College

Supply chains are ‘currently robust’ and experts are asking you to please stop panic shopping

Gov. Inslee announces new restrictions relating to COVID-19 pandemic surge

Over 500 Nurses urge King County to confront recent COVID-19 surge

Increase in COVID-19 activity ‘extremely concerning’ to health officials as holiday season nears

COVID-19 risk remains high in state despite decreasing activity; plus latest Burien rates