Housing for people who are unable to isolate and recover in their own homes
Responding to the unprecedented public health crisis, King County and the City of Seattle are working with partners across the region to create additional shelter space and a range of temporary housing options for people who are unable to isolate and recover in their own homes, or do not have a home. These actions will help slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout the region and preserve critical hospital beds for the most acutely ill.
King County COVID-19 infection by neighborhood
King County just released a COVID-19 Dashboard for Seattle residents to quickly and accurately follow the spread of COVID-19 virus in your neighborhood. Excellent resource to stay up to date on the local conditions. The dashboard will be updated daily and provides an unprecedented resource for learning more about the outbreak throughout the city, including Magnolia and surrounding neighborhoods.