You might have seen videos of COVID-19 survivors leaving intensive-care units, to applause and cheers, but that's not the end of patients' fight. The recovery journey can be long. Dr. Aaron Bunnell...
The sudden increase of COVID-19 cases in Yakima is straining resources there. Some patients are now being transferred to western Washington so they can get the critical care they need. Dr. Steven...
On Tuesday, Governor Jay Inslee announced an order for everyone to wear a face covering when out in public to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Dr. Chloe Bryson-Cahn, associate medical director...
UW Medicine has two mobile units offering COVID-19 tests in communities where data shows disproportionately high rates of COVID-19, specifically our Black, Latino, Pacific Islander, and limited-...
UW Medicine reports the lowest number of hospitalized COVID-19 positive patients since the crisis began. "In fact, a couple of our hospitals have zero or one covid patient and we only have 18 across...
UW Medicine has announced temporary furloughs for approximately 1,500 professional and classified non-union staff to help address the financial challenges caused by COVID-19. Leadership also notified...
It's understandable that people are worried during the COVID-19 pandemic. But they shouldn't avoid seeking the care they need. Dr. Tom Courtney, pediatrician at the UW Neighborhood Kent-Des Moines...
As we continue to see a gradual reduction in COVID-19 cases in our community, UW Medicine is welcoming more patients back for in-person visits. With that comes a variety of measures to keep patients...
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Starting April 27, all UW Medicine faculty and staff must wear masks on clinical sites. Masking at all times will reduce exposure and transmission, especially from individuals who are infected but...