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Top Seattle news: 10 more dead; sick staff fueled outbreak in area care centers: officials; more

Top Seattle news: 10 more dead; sick staff fueled outbreak in area care centers: officials; more
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By Hoodline - Published on March 19, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Seattle.

10 more dead in and around Seattle

At least 10 more people who had tested positive for coronavirus in and around Seattle have died, bringing that local death toll to 56, authorities said Wednesday.

Read the full story on NBC News.

Sick staff fueled outbreak in Seattle-area care centers

Staff members who worked while sick at multiple long-term care facilities contributed to the spread of COVID-19 among vulnerable elderly in the Seattle area, federal health officials said Wednesday.

Read the full story on SFGATE.

Microsoft extends work-from-home orders for Seattle and San Francisco Bay Area employees through April 7 amid coronavirus crisis

Microsoft notified employees in the Seattle and San Francisco Bay areas to work remotely through at least April 7, Business Insider has learned.

Read the full story on Business Insider.

'You don't expect it to happen to you': When your job is suddenly gone

When Kary Wayson walked through empty Seattle streets last week, she didn't realize she was heading to her last shift at work.

Read the full story on KAZU 90.3.


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