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Update for Clinicians
December 2, 2020
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Public Health Advisory: Increased Suicide Risk
November 18, 2020
Since August of 2020, there have been four student suicides in Snohomish County reported to public health. These tragedies appear to be unrelated to one...
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Approach to Influenza Season in the COVID-19 Era
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COVID-19 Vaccination Program Information
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Ongoing wildfires in the Pacific Northwest region have caused a substantial decline in air quality that is expected to last through the coming weekend, with a forecast for improvement by the beginning of next week. As you are aware, this may lea...
COVID-19 incidence continued to increase for the sixth consecutive week through July 25, with the most recent 2-week period being 97 confirmed cases per 100K*14days (see Figure 1 below). When this metric approaches or exceeds 100,...
Update on COVID-19 Testing for Healthcare Providersc/o Kathy Lofy, MD (State Health Officer, Washington State Department of Health [DOH])
We recently became aware of significant delays in obtaining COVID-19 test results from some of the large...
Update for CliniciansCOVID-19 Cases Increasing in Snohomish CountyJuly 7, 2020
Snohomish County health care providers:If you identify someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or has test results pending, does not need hospitalization, and cannot isolate themselves in a safe/secure environment, you can refer the person to Snohomi...
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Augmented Case & Contact Investigations for ...
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*Guidance is compiled from CDC and ADA sources. See Resources section ...
COVID-19 Update for VeterinariansMay 5, 2020
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Please note that the referral process for the isolation-and-quarantine (I&Q) facility at Angel of the Winds Arena has been simplified. To launch a referral, please just contact the I&Q facility directly at 425-238-3439. Criteria for eligibility ar...
Health District After-Hours Calls
Our after-hours communicable disease (CD) reporting line (425-339-5278) prompts clinicians to...
COVID-19 Update for CliniciansApril 13, 2020
Isolation & Quarantine Site Update
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Taken together, these data provisionally suggest that COVID-19 transmission is decreasing in ...
COVID-19 Data Update
Taken together, these data suggest that COVID-19 transmission is increasing in the community and that an increasing proportion of emergency department visits and hospital admissions for febrile respiratory disease over the past ...
COVID-19 Updated Guidance for CliniciansMarch 19, 2020
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COVID-19 Updated Guidance for Clinicians March 9, 2020
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The attached outpatient guidance for the COVID-19 response is being shared from Washington Department of Health and Snohomish Health District.
Please see the DOH document here: https://alertsenseadmin.blob.core.windows.net/snohomish-county-wa/Out...
• Surveillance data through March 2, 2020
Corrected March 1, 2020
Clinical Guidance & Requested Actions
Health Alert: Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Respiratory Infection Updated Guidance for Health Care Providers February 6, 2020
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, state and local health departments, and other clinical and public health partners are investigating a multistate outbreak of vaping-related lung injury...
Health Alert: Outbreak of Severe Lung Disease Associated with E-cigarette Use or Vaping
Three Cases Identified in Washington State
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August 6, 2019
Washington State Department of Health (DOH) has announced the outbreak of Hepatitis A within Washington State. Multiple states across the country have reported outbreaks of Hepatitis A, primarily among...