COVID-19 Public Information


Links Disclaimer: The views expressed in the following links are those of the author(s); they do not necessarily reflect the views of the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce, its staff, or board members.

Video Announcements from

Seattle and King Country Public Health

including foreign language instructions

General questions about COVID-19 in Washington State:

Medical questions related to COVID-19?


Contact the call center between 8 AM to 7 PM PST

Non-medical questions about COVID-19 (compliance and business related)


 King County COVID-19 Business/Community Line (Mon–Fri 8:30 AM-4:30 PM)

CDC’s One-Stop Shop provides quick access to communication resources. Topic-specific toolkits make it easy to access, leverage, and share CDC resources. These new toolkits contain videos, social media posts, PSAs, print resources, checklists, FAQs, and web resources for the following populations

  • Young Adults: Age 15-21
  • Childcare Programs and Summer Camps
  • Youth Sports
  • K-12 Schools
  • Business and Workplaces
  • Community and Faith-based Organizations
  • General Public
  • Domestic Travelers
  • Shared and Congregate Housing
  • Parks and Recreational Facilities

Inslee announces additional COVID-19 financial support

Inslee announces cap on third-party delivery fees to help restaurants

Inslee announces statewide restrictions for four-weeks. The restrictions are statewide and will take effect Monday, November 16 at 11:59 PM and will remain in effect until Monday, December 14. The modified restrictions of restaurants, however, will take effect Wednesday, November 18 at 12:01 AM.

Effecting (please read the full details linked above from the Governor’s Office):

  • Long-term facilities
  • Restaurants and bars
  • In-store retail, grocery and personal services
  • Religious services, weddings, funerals
  • Fitness facilities and gyms
  • Bowling alleys, museums, zoos, aquariums, and movie theaters will be closed for indoor services.

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced updated guidance for religious and faith based organizations as part of Washington’s Safe Start phased reopening plan. 

The religious and faith-based guidance is updated to:

  • Clarify that physical distancing between non-household members must be 6 feet in all directions; and



  • Permit brief physical contact among up to five individuals, excluding religious leaders, if the brief contact is a critical component to the organization’s religious service, so long as masks are worn and hands are sanitized immediately before and after the contact.

City of Kirkland opens playgrounds, September 21, 2020.

WA State: Where you can get tested:
You may make an appointment through your medical provider. If you need help finding a testing site near you, check with your local health department or district. You may also call 211 for more resources.

Washington State Department of Health Testing for COVID-19.

Inslee announces education recommendations for 2020–2021 school year-The plan includes several different considerations for deciding whether or not to return to in-person learning, but no matter the county, when COVID-19 infection rates are high, the state strongly recommends school districts move to mostly online or remote learning.




Price Gouging
What To Do

Office of the Attorney General of Washington State

How to File A Price Gouging Complaint with Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s Office

Consumer Protection

Call centers are open M-F 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • 1-800-551-4636 (in-state only)
  • 1-206-464-6684 (out-of-state callers)
  • 1-800-833-6388 (Washington State Relay Service for the hearing impaired)

Video Announcements from

Seattle and King Country Public Health

Stand Together | Stay Apart

Public Service Announcement Videos


by Dr. Jeff Duchin, Chief Health Officer, Public Health – Seattle & King County

Other Languages Below

error: Content is protected !!
Share This