Visit the City’s COVID-19 Update page daily for more in-depth information from local, state and federal sources.
Fraudulent Home COVID-19 Tests. Over the weekend, the U.S. Food & Drug Admdinistration (FDA) released an announcement warning consumers about unauthorized fraudulent home coronavirus tests. We want to alert residents that, at this time, the FDA has not authorized any COVID-19 home tests. Fraudulent health claims, tests, and products can pose serious health risks. If you are aware of fraudulent test kits for COVID-19, please report them to the FDA. Reports may be sent via email to: FDA-COVID-19-Fraudulent-Products@fda.hhs.gov.
Health District Launches Drive-up Testing. The Snohomish Health District launched drive up testing on Sunday, with reservations required. You have to be in a healthcare field/a first responder, or a high risk group to qualify. See info here: http://www.snohd.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=300
City of Mukilteo Blood Drive April 3 at Rosehill. We have a blood drive scheduled at Rosehill next Friday April 3. Even though Rosehill is closed to the public, Bloodworks NW will be fully sanitizing the space and ensuring social distance is respected. Stay tuned for a link/number to make an appointment.
Lighthouse Park is Closed to the Public. The Mayor announced today that until further notice, Lighthouse Park is closed to the public. Large crowds entered the Park over the weekend, prompting the park closing to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Restrooms at 92nd Street Park Closed. The restrooms have been locked for the public’s safety. Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers announced the closure and gating of all County parks and restrooms.
QFC to Have “Seniors Only” Hours. QFC will offer seniors and at-risk populations the opportunity to shop at QFC from 7am – 8am Monday through Thursday. Safeway will offer special senior hours on Tuesday and Thursday from 7am to 9am.