COVID-19 Resources for Our Community
As the City of Snoqualmie perseveres through the "new normal" with measures to avoid the spread of COVID-19, the city's Department of Emergency Management continues to monitor the local risk of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19. It is actively involved in meetings with local and regional agencies including King County, Public Health – Seattle & King County, and the Washington State Department of Health, among and others.
The most accurate and up-to-date information about COVID-19 developments is available from the following trusted agencies. While it’s understandable that people are concerned, it is important to have the facts directly from reliable sources.
- Public Health - Seattle & King County
Local information regarding health measures for all populations, school district closures, fact sheets, case updates, and information in many languages.
- Washington State Department of Health (DOH)
Comprehensive information about the disease, symptoms, testing, risk factors, case updates, and guidance for the many sectors of our communities.
- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
Regional updates and recommendations, regional mitigation strategies, global locations and statistics, travel restrictions, and educational materials.
- Governor Jay Inslee's Office
State emergency proclamation, restrictions on public gatherings, school closure information, financial support information for businesses, employers, and workers.
- Snoqualmie Valley School District
Updates on school closures and the impact on classes, childcare, meals, athletics, facilities, and measures to assist students and families.
Stay Home if You Are Sick
The best ways that you can help reduce the spread of this illness is to stay home if you don't feel well and to wash hands frequently with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Dry hands with a clean cloth, paper towels or air dry. Watch this video with kids.
Health recommendations are provided by Public Health - Seattle & King County
- Guidance for people at high risk
- Guidance for workplaces and businesses
- Guidance for the general public
- Directives for large events and gatherings
A public hotline has been set up by Washington State Department of Health for individuals seeking information about their personal situation: 1-800-525-0127.