1. Local health officials announce new recommendations to reduce risk of spread of COVID-19  King County
  2. King County releases list of 31 confirmed coronavirus victims  KOMO News
  3. CORONAVIRUS: King County leaders' recommendations for you, as new case numbers are announced at 'critical moment' in local fight  West Seattle Blog
  4. NHS hospital in 'lockdown' after two patients test positive for coronavirus  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. 9 deaths, 31 coronavirus cases confirmed in King County  Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle)
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Local health officials announce new recommendations to reduce risk of spread of COVID-19 - King County

Officials are recommending, though not mandating, that people at a higher risk of developing serious symptoms from COVID-19, the illness caused by the new coronavirus, stay home and avoid large...Officials are recommending, though not mandating, that people at a higher risk of developing serious symptoms from COVID-19, the illness caused by the new coronavirus, stay home and avoid large groups (defined as 10 or more people).

As coronavirus spreads, King County recommends companies allow employees to work remotely when possible | The Seattle Times

SEATTLE - Health officials released an update on all 31 of King County's confirmed coronavirus cases Wednesday, including 22 illnesses and nine deaths. A large number of the cases so far stem from an outbreak at Life Care Center of Kirkland, according to health officials. The list includes 10 new cases: A female in her 60s, Life Care resident, hospitalized at EvergreenHealth. A male in his 50s, associated with Life Care, not hospitalized.SEATTLE - Health officials released an update on all 31 of King County's confirmed coronavirus cases Wednesday, including 22 illnesses and nine deaths. A large number of the cases so far stem from an outbreak at Life Care Center of Kirkland, according to health officials. The list includes 10 new cases: A female in her 60s, Life Care resident, hospitalized at EvergreenHealth. A male in his 50s, associated with Life Care, not hospitalized.

King County releases list of 31 confirmed coronavirus victims | KOMO

SEATTLE -- King County has announced sweeping new recommendations for its residents to reduce their risk of exposure to COVID-19 as officials somberly announced a 10th death in the Puget Sound region with confirmed cases now reaching over three dozen. "We understand these actions will have a tremendous impact on the lives of people in our community," officials said.SEATTLE -- King County has announced sweeping new recommendations for its residents to reduce their risk of exposure to COVID-19 as officials somberly announced a 10th death in the Puget Sound region with confirmed cases now reaching over three dozen. "We understand these actions will have a tremendous impact on the lives of people in our community," officials said.

King Co. advises high-risk residents to stay home as 10th COVID-19 death announced | KATU

King Co. advises high-risk residents to stay home as 10th COVID-19 death announced

“CNN: A 10th person has died from Coronavirus in Washington state, the state’s health department website confirmed. The death occurred in King County.”

Jake Tapper on Twitter: "CNN: A 10th person has died from Coronavirus in Washington state, the state’s health department website confirmed. The death occurred in King County."

“If you are in King County & believe you were exposed to a confirmed case of #COVID19, or if you are a healthcare provider w/questions about #COVIDー19, contact the King County novel #coronavirus call center: 206-477-3977. The call center will be open daily from 8 AM to 7 PM PT.”

Rep. Pramila Jayapal on Twitter: "If you are in King County & believe you were exposed to a confirmed case of #COVID19, or if you are a healthcare provider w/questions about #COVIDー19, contact the King County novel #coronavirus call center: 206-477-3977. The call center will be open daily from 8 AM to 7 PM PT."

“Latest update from @KCPubHealth on the situation in Seattle. 10 new reported cases, still mostly clustered around the LifeCare facility. Not sure what that means for the breadth of the testing program. Also: beginning to ramp social distancing measures. https://t.co/BsxA2NveKp”

Alexis C. Madrigal on Twitter: "Latest update from @KCPubHealth on the situation in Seattle. 10 new reported cases, still mostly clustered around the LifeCare facility. Not sure what that means for the breadth of the testing program. Also: beginning to ramp social distancing measures. https://t.co/BsxA2NveKp… https://t.co/uZqlrz81fh"

“Lotta interest in King County's updates on coronavirus. https://t.co/XUJsOLabi8”

David Kroman on Twitter: "Lotta interest in King County's updates on coronavirus. https://t.co/XUJsOLabi8… "

West Seattle news, 24/7 (Added: Archived video of today's briefing - starts 21 minutes in) While we've been publishing nightly roundups of each day's local coronavirus (COVID-19)-related highlights, and will continue to do that, today we're publishing King County's daily news release sooner, because it includes recommendations that everyone will want to consider. ...

West Seattle Blog… | CORONAVIRUS: King County leaders’ recommendations for you, as new case numbers are announced at ‘critical moment’ in local fight

The county has canceled all non-essential meetings for the next three weeks.The county has canceled all non-essential meetings for the next three weeks.

King County Executive Tells People to Stay Home to Avoid Coronavirus - Slog - The Stranger

King County health officials announced 10 newly confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the total throughout the county up to 31 as of 1:15 p.m. Wednesday. The 10 cases included one death, which means now nine people have died due to COVID-19 in King County, or 10 statewide. The person whose death was announced Wednesday was a resident of Life Care, a nursing and rehabilitation facility in Kirkland. She was a woman in her 90s, hospitalized at Evergreen Health and died on Tuesday.

10 more coronavirus cases confirmed; King County officials roll out more recommendations - seattlepi.com

As the coronavirus epidemic widens, public health officials in Seattle-King County are recommending that people work at home if possible.As the coronavirus epidemic widens, public health officials in Seattle-King County are recommending that people work at home if possible.

Officials advise people to work at home to slow spread of coronavirus – GeekWire

Read Two patients at London's King's College Hospital test positive for coronavirus latest on ITV News. All the Health newsHealth experts are busy tracing contacts amid fears visitors to a major London hospital may have been exposed to coronavirus after two patients tested positive for Covid-19. The ward at King's College Hospital that the patients were on is under restricted access to staff and visitors in a bid to try to reduce the chances of cross-contamination. It has not been revealed whether the patients caught the virus while at the hospital or where they are now being treated. Officials from Public Health England have since begun carrying out contact tracing to find anyone who may have been exposed to the respiratory illness. A King’s College Hospital spokesperson told ITV News: “The Trust has had two recent patients who have tested positive for Covid-19. "We have strict protocols in place to manage the control of infection and to reduce the possibility of cross-infection, and this includes restricting access for staff and visitors to the ward. “Public Health England experts are carrying out contact tracing and will be in touch with individuals who may have been exposed to the virus to provide them with advice." They urged anyone who believes they are showing symptoms of Covid-19 to call NHS 111 or visit the website for more advice. Anyone who believes they have the illness should self-isolate at home in a bid to stop the spread of the infection. On Wednesday, the number of cases of coronavirus in the UK rose to 87, amid fears of a mass outbreak. Many of those were infected following visits to infected areas abroad, though a number have caught the illness within the UK.

Two patients at London's King's College Hospital test positive for coronavirus - ITV News

Coronavirus could be spreading in hospitals, it was feared on Wednesday, as NHS patients were among 36 sufferers identified in a trebling of new cases overnight.Coronavirus could be spreading in hospitals, it was feared on Wednesday, as NHS patients were among 36 sufferers identified in a trebling of new cases overnight.

NHS hospital in 'lockdown' after two patients test positive for coronavirus

Two recent patients of King's College Hospital in South London have been diagnosed with coronavirus. It was confirmed today the pair were among the latest infections as the toll across the UK hit 87. A statement from the hospital, based in Camberwell, said: "The Trust has had two recent patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Two recent patients of King's College Hospital in South London have been diagnosed with coronavirus. It was confirmed today the pair were among the latest infections as the toll across the UK hit 87.

Two recent King's College Hospital patients test positive for coronavirus | London Evening Standard

Local health officials announce new recommendations to reduce risk of spread of COVID-19 - King County