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Resources

We’ve chosen these trusted public health resources so you can get the best information available about coronavirus. For the most accurate and up-to-date information, we recommend checking the websites listed below regularly.

Local Information

Public Health – Seattle & King County Coronavirus Hub

Seattle & King County’s public health agency provides a wide range of information about coronavirus, including the latest public health recommendations, daily updates on cases in our local community, and details on what to do to prevent and respond to the virus.

Washington State Department of Health Coronavirus Hub

The state Department of Health provides information and recommendations for the entire state of Washington, such as details on the number of cases in each county. The FAQ section answers a long list of questions about how to prevent, plan for, and protect against coronavirus.

Washington State Department of Health FAQs

This resource gives answers to frequently asked questions in 11 languages. Find out what coronavirus is, its symptoms, how it’s being treated, and more.

Public Health – Seattle & King County Recommendations

This is a list of the latest recommendations to slow the spread of coronavirus in our community and reduce the number of people infected. The recommendations are available in many languages and are made in consultation with the CDC, based on the best and latest information on how to protect public health.

National Information

CDC Coronavirus Hub

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is the nation’s health protection agency, with a mission of fighting disease and protecting communities and citizens. This site has details on who is at risk and how many cases exist around the world, and advice for individuals as well as schools and businesses.

International Information

WHO Coronavirus Hub

The World Health Organization (WHO) is a global organization that works to promote better health. Its coronavirus-focused website provides information and guidance with a worldwide focus, including travel advice, updates on the global situation, and insights into research activities.

How to Use a SCAN Kit

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Watch this 2-minute tutorial to see how to properly swab your nose and send the package to our labs.

SCAN SocialTips to Collect a Swab from Kids

How to swab for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.

Local Call Centers

King County Call Center

If you’re in King County and think you have coronavirus, or if you're a healthcare provider with questions about coronavirus, contact Public Health – Seattle & King County’s novel coronavirus call center at 206-477-3977. The call center is open daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Washington State Coronavirus Call Center

For general questions about coronavirus or the state’s response, please call the Washington State Novel Coronavirus Call Center at 800-525-0127.