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1 Whatcom County COVID-19 Cases on the Rise, Risk Remains High
2 County Covid-19 testing resumes after air quality closures
3 Whatcom County adds four more COVID-19 cases, as young adults see recent increase
4 County's COVID infection rates headed in positive direction
5 Here’s why Whatcom COVID test results that used to take days are now ready hours later
6 Low-barrier Covid-19 tests available weekly in Birch Bay
7 Whatcom County has dealt with COVID-19 for six months. Here’s a look at the milestones
8 Is Whatcom County ready to answer call to declare racism a public health crisis?
9 In its second week, mobile COVID-19 testing will be at these locations in Whatcom County
10 Fears that WWU students will spread COVID-19 being addressed
11 Amid ‘COVID fatigue,’ Western launches student-to-student safety campaign
12 Bloodworks Northwest to test donations for convalescent plasma
13 Advisory board votes to declare racism a public health crisis in Whatcom County
14 Weekly line: How to (politely) stand your ground on social distancing
15 Parties — Not Protests — Are Causing Spikes In Coronavirus
16 Whatcom County Health Department Director on coronavirus outbreak
17 Health advisory board taking applications for Covid-19 business task force until 5 p.m. Thursday
18 Health officials emphasize mask use with signs, displays at Whatcom businesses
19 Fourteen new positive COVID-19 tests in Whatcom County, state reports Friday
20 Sixty beds for coronavirus isolation and quarantine could cost Whatcom $4 million
21 No drive-thru COVID-19 testing in Bellingham this weekend
22 Virus cases increasing locally
23 County issues directive to wear face masks, beginning May 22
24 COVID-19 Activity Slowing in Whatcom County
25 Health Department recommends cancellation of summer events, Ferndale responds
26 ‘We were really disappointed’ — changes delay Whatcom from filing for Phase 2 Monday
27 County says to avoid Birch Bay for Fourth of July
28 Task force to begin working through how to reopen Whatcom from coronavirus shutdown
29 County's first low-barrier Covid-19 testing site opens July 10
30 Whatcom reports 3 new coronavirus cases Tuesday, but remains below Phase 2 threshold
31 Summer events should be canceled due to coronavirus, Whatcom Health Director says
32 COVID here until vaccine is found, Whatcom officials say
33 Whatcom County Health Department sweating forecast of first sunny, 70-degree day
34 County model suggests that COVID-19 infections may have peaked for now
35 Coronavirus simulation shows Whatcom County might be past initial peak of infections
36 The number of new virus cases is on the rise in Whatcom County
37 Whatcom residents strongly urged to wear masks when out in public, starting Friday
38 Many summer events canceled following health department's guidance
39 As re-opening begins, local infections rise
40 State reports 22 new positive COVID-19 tests in Whatcom County Tuesday
41 Rise in COVID-19 cases threatens early advance to Phase 3 for Whatcom County
42 Testing, tracing, masks help Whatcom reduce COVID-19 cases
43 Health department recommends local school districts start remotely
44 Point Roberts is still a good place to avoid Covid-19
45 Regional Economic Partnership and Whatcom County Health Department Working Together to Reopen Economy
46 For every 10 people with coronavirus, eight others are infected, Whatcom model shows
47 COVID-19 spike means Phase 3 application unlikely as Whatcom becomes eligible this week
48 Low-barrier Covid-19 testing coming soon to Birch Bay
49 Bellingham Motel 6 identified as isolation, quarantine site by Whatcom Unified Command
50 Orcas Island 4th of July fireworks canceled; Whatcom Health Dept. recommends canceling summer events
51 Lynden summer events take wait and see approach despite county’s coronavirus suggestion
52 Secretary of Health: face covering exemption cards are not real
53 Health Department urges residents to continue social distancing even as COVID-19 cases decline
54 To curb Whatcom COVID-19 cases after spike, officials say keep July 4 parties small
55 Low-barrier Covid-19 test site too expensive to continue
56 Long lines continue at Whatcom COVID-19 testing site Saturday
57 Whatcom County residents seem to tire of stay-at-home order to fight coronavirus
58 Whatcom County in Phase 2
59 Whatcom County to increase COVID-19 testing Friday
60 Whatcom asked for $1.3 million for a coronavirus isolation site. How many have used it?
61 Task force will work together to reopen Whatcom County businesses
62 County just misses Monday Phase 2 application deadline | News
63 State reports 13 new positive COVID-19 tests in Whatcom County Sunday
64 Can Whatcom County Move to Phase 2?
65 Bellingham nursing home reports death of eighth resident linked to coronavirus
66 6-23-2020 We discuss the new mask mandate with the Health Dept Director and callers
67 Leaving your home Friday, Whatcom County? Don’t forget to wear a mask when in public
68 Whatcom County's Face Covering Directive
69 Ad campaign to seek COVID ‘buy-in’ from teens, young adults
70 Here’s when you can be tested for COVID-19 at new drive-thru site in Bellingham
71 Here‘s who in Whatcom County is increasingly getting COVID-19
72 Business reopening to be 'peer-led' | News |
73 Washington issues statewide facial covering requirement
74 Whatcom County advises you avoid this popular July 4 fireworks spot
75 General mobile testing begins | News |
76 Anti-Racism Protests Are Not Causing Coronavirus Spikes, Data Suggests
77 Whatcom County issues new face covering directive
78 Ferndale updates construction guidelines, some projects will continue
79 City officials say they are producing an entertaining video complete with a radio drama
80 New COVID-19 Emergency Shelter Construction Complete, Ready for Occupancy
81 More Whatcom County workers will be taking unpaid leave as cost-cutting measure
82 PeaceHealth reports no resource-straining COVID-19 case surge
83 Mississippi governor blames 'liberal media' for not linking coronavirus surge to protests | TheHill
84 Task force will plan business reopening
85 Hannigan is new Squalicum basketball coach
86 UW model suggests social distancing in WA could be relaxed May 18
87 Ferndale cancels summer events | News
88 Government officials planning next phase in virus battle
89 Must-Reads Of The Week
90 This One Thing Is Spreading Coronavirus Faster Than Anything Else
91 Whatcom County Health Officer Recommends Remote Start for Schools
92 Batter Up! Baseball, soundtrack of summer, is back
93 Wondering why Whatcom isn’t enforcing its face-covering directive? These are the reasons
94 Whatcom coronavirus updates: City payments, snow tire deadlines extended
95 Do you wear a mask to fight the pandemic? Here’s what your Whatcom neighbors are doing
96 As Whatcom emerges from COVID-19 lockdown, these disease detectives will play key role
97 HBO to adapt Ta-Nehisi Coates' 'Between the World and Me'
98 Whatcom Unified Command COVID-19 Response By the Numbers
99 Bellingham's Fourth of July festival and fireworks officially canceled by coronavirus
100 Whatcom County has had two active outbreaks of coronavirus in the past month