AlertSeattle: COVID-19 Weekly Update – July 10 – July 17, 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.

City of Seattle Free COVID-19 Testing

  • The City of Seattle, King County, and UW Medicine are now offering free COVID-19 testing for people who live, work, or regularly visit Seattle. Drive-through testing is available. You must first register online or over the phone. While testing is free, if you have medical insurance, please bring your insurance card or proof of insurance. To learn more about these sites, please visit the City of Seattle COVID-19 Free Testing page.

Public Health and Community Health Center COVID-19 Testing

  • Public Health – Seattle & King County is regularly updating their list of free testing sites located all over King County, which also includes community health centers and UW Mobile Clinics. Language and mobility access varies by location. Learn more at Public Health – Seattle King County’s website.

UW Mobile Clinic Drive-up and Walk-up Testing in Rainier Beach and South Seattle College

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 Protects (Access to Cloth Face Coverings)

COVID-19 Assistance Eligibility and Public Charge Information for Immigrants (Updated)

Maps to Find Food Banks, Farms, and Restaurants (Updated)

Find a Nearby Farm to Purchase Produce in the Tri-county Area (New)

Find a Nearby Food Bank in the Seattle Area

Find a Nearby Open Restaurant for Takeout in the Tri-county Area

  • As part of Seattle’s new #SupportPugetSoundSmallBiz campaign, the City of Seattle has relaunched this interactive map that can help residents in King, Pierce, and Snohomish County find small businesses providing takeout or delivery in their neighborhood. You can search for open small businesses in your neighborhood and navigate directly to a business’ website or third-party delivery service page. You can access that map here.

Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) (Updated)

Donations and Volunteer Opportunities

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