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The State of Washington has removed most COVID-19 restrictions, but COVID-19 is still present in our communities. If you're not vaccinated, masks are still required in most settings. For more information about what's required, please see our Safe Reopening FAQ and blog. We are working to update our webpages to reflect these changes.

By now, most of us know the symptoms of COVID-19, which include fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath, and body aches. And we understand the importance of wearing a snug-fitting mask, keeping 6 feet apart, and limiting indoor gatherings.

The resources on this page are here to support you in maintaining habits that will keep all of us safe. Thank you.


Woman and child wearing masks

If you test positive, you will hear from a contact tracer – either with Public Health – Seattle & King County or the state Department of Health. They will share some of the resources on this page. It’s important to answer their call .

Masks
What makes a
good mask?
After You Get Tested
Next steps if you
get a positive test
Isolation and Quarantine
When, where, and how long to isolate or quarantine
Caring for Yourself
and Others

What to do if you or
your loved one is sick
Emergency Food
A list of food
programs and
services
Household Assistance Request Program
To help cover utilities, phone, or internet

For testing and medical advice, connect with your healthcare provider or a nurse consulting line.

Where to get more information from King County

Language assistance is available.

  • Medical questions related to COVID-19?
    Contact the call center between 8 a.m.‑7 p.m. at 206‑477‑3977
  • Non-medical questions about COVID-19 including compliance and business related issues?
  • Need isolation or quarantine for COVID-19?
    Contact the call center between 8 a.m.-10 p.m. at 206‑477‑3977.
  • General questions about COVID-19 in Washington State
    Contact the Washington State COVID-19 Information Hotline at 1‑800‑525‑0127.
  • Send us an email* using our online form or email us directly at coronavirus@kingcounty.gov
    *Due to a large number of incoming emails regarding COVID-19, we may not be able to respond to you immediately.