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- Calendar updated 3-2-2021 for March 2021
- News > COVID-19: COVID Vaccination Application period extended to 3/7
- News > Newsletter: 2-22-2021
Application period for COVID Vaccinations extended to Sunday Night March 7th.
Drop your Yellow Application Form into the office rent box.
The vaccine provided by Harborview is Moderna.
CDC: What to Expect after Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine
3/1/2021 COVID Vaccine Resources Display PDF
How Do I Get the two Covid-19 Vaccines?
Emily Lord, MSW Student, Community Life Foundation
If you need assistance making an appointment, contact Mona Sanger
STAT NEWS: Comparing the Covid-19 vaccines developed
by Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson
02/25/2021 COVID Rehabilitation / KUOW Podcast
A new sort of rehab facility. Harborview Medical Center now operates a rehabilitation clinic for “COVID long-haulers” — those who still feel the effects of the virus long after their initial diagnosis. It’s the only facility of its kind in the region.
02/24/2021 COVID Masks
Double-masking can increase your protection. But not all masks should be layered.
A reader asked us: “What is better? An N95 mask or two blue surgical masks?” We found the answer.
FDA: Authorized Surgical Masks
CDC: Factors to Consider When Planning to Purchase Respirators from Another Country
Including KN95 Respirators from China
02/22/2021 COVID Persistence
A longitudinal cohort study of adults with laboratory-confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection in Washington State found that persistent symptoms were common, reported by over 25% of patients and increasing with age, up to 9 months after infection.
The most common persistent symptoms were fatigue and loss of sense of smell or taste (14% for both)
02/22/2021 COVID Vaccination Data
King County, WA
COVID-19 data dashboards
Anyone on SNAP can get $150 toward the purchase of a tablet through Mona Sanger.
And get wi-fi for $15 a month. Contact Mona if you need help using Zoom.
Sacha Baron Cohen On 'Borat' Ethics And Why His Disguise Days Are Over
February 22, 20211:36 PM ET
Heard on Fresh Air / Terry Gross
Snoqualmie Tribe’s latest leap: Native blankets, made in Seattle
The tribe’s design brand, Eighth Generation, wants to take on the Pendletons of the world from its SoDo headquarters.
02/26/2021 Short audio recordings
NASA's Perseverance Rover Microphone Captures Sounds from Mars
02/25/2021 Art History
(August 26, 1925 – June 4, 2009) was an American painter.
He is known for satirical genre and crowd subjects, often conveying his exuberant, comical, or bitter reflections on being African American.
Page from an American History Textbook, 1975