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Top Seattle news: Nonprofit helps feed hospital staff; high schools adopt new grading model; more

Top Seattle news: Nonprofit helps feed hospital staff; high schools adopt new grading model; more
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By Hoodline - Published on April 22, 2020.

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Seattle.

'No good choices': At the 1st US hospital network to knowingly battle the coronavirus, a struggle over protective equipment

Early in January, Providence Regional Medical CenterĀ in Everett, Washington, ran an elaborate pandemic training simulation.

Read the full story on FRONTLINE | PBS.

Nonprofit helps Seattle restaurants feed hospital workers during pandemic

With so many clinicians working overtime during the coronavirus pandemic, a nonprofit seeks to solve a dual crisis.

Read the full story on KING5.

Inslee: Covid recovery will take many months, restrictions to be lifted slowly

Gov. Jay Inslee Tuesday said recovery from the coronavirus outbreak will be gradual, data-driven and health-focused and take many months.

Read the full story on tdn.com.

Seattle's Canlis adds virtual bingo and piano livestreams to its COVID-19 menu

As if deliverable gourmet family meals and porch-side bottle service wasn't enough, Seattle's Canlis restaurant is back at it with quarantine creativity outdoing our own newfound embroidery and cooking skills.

Read the full story on SeattlePI.

Seattle Public Schools adopts new grading model for high schools during closures: A or incomplete

Seattle Public Schools will be adopting a new temporary grading model for high school students for the rest of the academic year as students settle into remote learning.

Read the full story on SeattlePI.


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