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COVID-19: Duvall Information, Updates, Resources, Links
The City of Duvall is posting info with resources for our local residents, businesses, and agencies.These pages are expanding daily. The City is monitoring the local, regional, and national response to the novel coronavirus outbreak and COVID-19. Emergency proclamations are in place for the City of Duvall, King County, the State of Washington, and the United States due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The City of Duvall Emergency Management Team continues to monitor the local risk of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19. The Team is actively involved in meetings with local and regional agencies including King County, Public Health – Seattle and King County, and the Washington State Department of Health, and others.
The most accurate and up-to-date information about COVID-19 developments is available from the following trusted agencies. While it’s understandable that people are concerned, it is important to have the facts directly from reliable sources.
State of Washington Information:
Risk Assessment Dashboard - This tool helps gauge when and how to best lift restrictions around ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy” in Washington.
COVID-19 website- Washington State’s official website for all COVID-19 related information.
Washington State Department of Health - Comprehensive information about the disease, symptoms, testing, risk factors, case updates, and guidance for many sectors of our community.
Governor Jay Inslee's Office - State Emergency Proclamation, restrictions on public gatherings, school closure information, financial support information for businesses, employers, and workers.
King County Information:
COVID-19 data dashboard - King County outbreak summary
Public Health - Seattle & King County - Local information regarding health measures for all populations, school district closures, fact sheets, case updates, and information in many languages.
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) - Regional updates and recommendations, regional mitigation strategies, global locations and statistics, travel restrictions, and educational materials.
Stay at Home if You Are Sick
The best ways that you can help reduce the spread of this illness is to stay home if you don't feel well and to wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Dry hands with a clean cloth, paper towels or air dry. Watch this Video with Kids.
A public hotline has been set up by Washington State Department of Health for individuals seeking information about their personal situations: 1-800-525-0127.