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Snohomish County offers drive-thru testing again, with appointments
Snohomish County transfer stations are open 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily to both hand-unload, self-haul customers and mechanical-unload customers.
Snohomish Health District COVID-19 phone line: 425-388-3944
What to do if you are sick: CDC Resources
Snohomish County Office of Economic Recovery Resiliency – Help for Businesses Affected by COVID-19
Snohomish Health District released this blog post: What if I or someone I know has COVID-19?
The County released a great infographic on “fact or fake” questions with answers! Check it out: https://infogram.com/rumor-control-32420-1hkv2n1zrkwp6x3?live
Watch out for COVID related scams. If you are unsure about whether something is real or a scam, the Justice Department created a central fraud hotline (1-866-720-5721 or email@example.com). You can also call the local emergency line at 425-407-3999.
From the County and Health District: If you see someone violating the Governor’s Order to “Stay Home, Stay Healthy,” and if you feel safe, we encourage you to respectfully share your concerns with the business, organization, or individual If the individual, business owner or organizer isn’t open to the conversation, direct concerns to the Snohomish Health District Environmental Health Division at 425-339-5250. Keep in mind that during this public health emergency, it may take time for someone to follow-up on a violation. Do not call 911.
Check out GiveWellLocal.org to find and give resources! This county-wide site has great volunteering requests, and resources for those in need.
The state’s latest reopening guidelines can be found here.
Safe Start Washington, the Governor’s Phased Approach to Reopening
Grocery Shopping Tips from the State Department of Health.
Contact the State Department of Health coronavirus hotline at 1-800-525-0127, press #. This hotline has been overwhelmed with calls, please call back if you cannot get through.
Looking for work? The 2020 Census is hiring!
New Washington Portal Small Businesses: https://coronavirus.wa.gov/
Employment Security Department (ESD) Overwhelmed with Applications for Assistance – Please do not call their toll free number, instead do this:
- Visit their website at esd.wa.gov.
- Sign up for their COVID-19 action alerts to receive the most recent information possible about benefits.
- View their Frequently Asked Questions for Workers and for Businesses.
- Use their checklist before applying for benefits.
Stay Home Order: The Governor’s Stay Home order has been extended. If you are looking for ways to help, this state site is a good one stop shop for individuals and businesses: https://www.coronavirus.wa.gov/how-you-can-help