AlertSeattle: COVID-19 Weekly Update – May 30 – June 5, 2020

AlertSeattle: COVID-19 Subscribers This weekly alert provides new and updated information and links to City of Seattle programs and services for residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. It also contains helpful city, county, state and federal resources.    

News

Governor’s Office, WA State departments, and King County News

New OR updated Resources and Services

For the full list of resources and services, visit www.seattle.gov/mayor/covid-19.

Drive-up Testing in North Seattle and SODO

The City of Seattle, King County, and UW Medicine are now offering free COVID-19 testing in two sites across Seattle. Drive-through testing is available, but you must first register online or over the phone. Testing is available Monday through Saturday, 10am – 3pm at 12040 Aurora Ave N and 3820 6th Ave S. More information at: http://www.seattle.gov/covid19testing.

Drive-up and Walk-up Testing at South Seattle College

Free COVID-19 testing is available at South Seattle College’s north parking lot (6000 16th Avenue SW) every Friday from 10 AM to 3 PM. No appointments are necessary, and registration will be on-site. You will not be asked for your citizenship or immigration status.

Drive-up and Walk-up Testing in Rainier Beach (Updated)

Free COVID-19 testing is available at the Rainier Beach High School parking lot off of S Henderson St every Wednesday and Saturday from 10 AM to 3 PM. No appointments are necessary, and registration will be on-site. The site has the capacity to test 100 people per day. You will not be asked for your citizenship or immigration status. NOTE: The location has changed from the original location, which was at the nearby Atlantic City Boat Ramp.

City of Seattle Hygiene, Restroom, and Shower Facilities Map

The City of Seattle has conducted an extensive accounting of every City-funded hygiene resource available. As of May 20, Seattle Parks & Recreation, Seattle Public Utilities, The Seattle Public Library, and city-sponsored day centers account for more than 165 locations where hygiene resources are available, including 89 24/7 hygiene facilities that include toilets. Human Services Department’s hygiene map includes all locations that are open and will be updated weekly.

Seattle Area Food Map (Updated)

The Seattle Human Resources Department developed this interactive Food Resource Map that shows the locations of food banks, free meals, and student to-go meal pick-ups. You can access the visual map here or an interactive list of food resources. There is also a screen reader accessible version, where you can enter your address or use your device location to search for the food resources near you.

Donations and Volunteer Opportunities

For a full list of opportunities:
http://www.seattle.gov/mayor/covid-19#iwanttodonatevolunteer.