Public Health – Seattle & King County closes Oliver’s Club in Burien

Oliver’s Club, located at 12610 Des Moines Memorial Drive in Burien’s Boulevard Park neighborhood (map below), was closed by Public Health – Seattle & King County on May 26, 2023 […]

Woman who was at Sea-Tac Airport was infected with measles

Rabid bat found near Alki Beach Pier in West Seattle

King County ending vaccination verification policy Mar. 1 as new COVID cases and hospitalizations decline

Limited supply of COVID-19 Test Kits available at eight libraries

King County purchasing additional 400,000 COVID-19 home test kits; 700,000 secured

King County purchases 300,000 COVID-19 home test kits for residents

Public Health urges public to prepare for rapid surge in local COVID-19 Omicron cases

Businesses can get free HEPA filters from King County – here’s how to apply

Starting today, proof of COVID vaccination or negative test now required at many establishments

Vaccine verification launches Oct. 25; King County kicks off awareness campaign

Burien Community, Moshier Art Centers to require vaccine verification or negative COVID-19 test results

King County to require proof of vaccination or negative test for many events & businesses starting Oct. 25

FREE COVID-19 vaccinations will be given at Para Los Niños in Burien Thursday

King County seeking vaccine verifications for some indoor businesses starting in October

King County will now require masks at large outdoor gatherings

King County hits 70%, Burien area 80.2% for single dose vaccine milestone

Health officials recommend everyone wears face masks in indoor public spaces

County’s mask directive ends as COVID-19 rates drop & vaccination rates rise

King County hits 70 percent vaccination mark (we’re at 71.3%); mask directive to end June 29

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

Eligibility expanded to 65 and over at Kent and Auburn vaccination sites

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

Upthegrove, Public Health Director Hayes hosting virtual Town Hall on COVID-19 Wed., Dec. 9

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