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Submitted by Washington State Governor Gov. Jay Inslee announced progress toward the state’s goal of administering 45,000 vaccine doses a day. As of Monday, the state’s current seven-day rolling average was 23,960 doses administered. The governor also announced a record number of COVID-19 vaccines administered in a 24-hour period, with around 40,000 doses reported as […]
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All Kids Win, a nonprofit organization in Thurston County formerly known as Homeless Backpacks, may have started the New Year out with a different name, but their mission of serving homeless and food-insecure teens and children by providing weekend backpacks full of food remains the same. The all-volunteer organization started over 15 years ago with […]
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Submitted by Clark County Earlier this month, Clark County Public Health began accepting requests from people eligible for COVID-19 vaccination in Phase 1a and needing help accessing vaccine. On Tuesday, Public Health began accepting requests from people eligible in Phase 1b Tier 1. Public Health continues to support the requests through local health care facilities, […]
Submitted by Clark County Clark County Public Health is now accepting requests for COVID-19 vaccination for those who are eligible in Phase 1b Tier 1 of the state’s vaccination plan. All requests for vaccine must be made through a webform on the Public Health website. People who are eligible to be vaccinated in Phase 1a […]
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Submitted by Clark County Gov. Jay Inslee announced the state is moving into Phase 1b of the COVID-19 vaccination plan. Clark and Cowlitz counties will continue to prioritize those who are eligible in Phase 1a for COVID-19 vaccination. Health officials expect both counties will be ready to move to Phase 1b later this week. In […]
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Inslee Announces State Plan for Widespread Washington COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution and Administration
Submitted by Washington State Governor Gov. Jay Inslee today announced an updated statewide vaccine distribution and administration plan to increase the number of Washingtonians vaccinated and establish infrastructure capable of mass vaccinations in the coming months. With the expanded vaccine distribution system, the state set a goal of vaccinating 45,000 Washingtonians per day. Included in […]
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Submitted by Clark County Clark County Public Health continues to work with local health care facilities to vaccinate people who are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The Washington State Department of Health has prioritized the groups of people to be vaccinated in Phases 1a and 1b. Clark County and Washington state are currently in […]
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Submitted by Rene Carroll Remote learning has been a challenge to navigate for all students, teachers and administrators. But for two first-year teachers at Washougal High School, the challenge comes as they begin their careers in education. Jered Barker, WHS 9th and 10th Grade Algebra/Geometry teacher said his biggest challenge has been to build a […]
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Submitted by Clark County The Clark County Council will consider revising the county’s fireworks rules during a public hearing at 10 a.m. Tuesday, February 2. The council will consider repealing code language it adopted in December 2020 that restricted sales and use of fireworks to “safe and sane” fireworks. The “safe and sane” provision prohibited […]
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Submitted by Washington State Governor Gov. Jay Inslee signed the “Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery” proclamation on January 11, which he had initially announced last week. The new plan, which follows a regional approach, will ease some restrictions while focusing on the health and safety of all Washingtonians. The plan outlines the metrics that […]
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