Last updated: April 2, 2020
Stay Home, Stay Healthy is the current statewide order for all Washington State residents.
Read Governor Jay Inslee’s statement here: https://medium.com/wagovernor/inslee-announces-stay-home-stay-healthy-order-4891a7511f5e.
Washington State has set up an online hub for resources about the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic.
The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak is leading to many changes in how communities live and businesses operate. At ECOSS, the health and safety of those we serve are a top priority. To help communities and businesses navigate this stressful and uncertain period, below are links to information and resources.
Because situations are evolving rapidly, this page is intended to be a compass to resource centers rather than a comprehensive source of info; essentially, this is a list of lists.
Just because something is not found here doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. Please let us know how we can support you, your community or your business. Contact us at 206-767-0432 or email@example.com.
Languages we can assist with: Cantonese, Hindi, Korean, Mandarin, Nepali, Punjabi, Spanish, Swahili, Vietnamese
Washington State: https://coronavirus.wa.gov/
King County: https://kingcounty.gov/covid-19 (contains public health recommendations in multiple languages)
Snohomish County: https://www.snohd.org/484/Novel-Coronavirus-2019
Tacoma-Pierce County: https://www.mytpu.org/covid19/
Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish County: https://delbene.house.gov/constituent-services/covid-19-recovery-guides.htm
Coronavirus video explanations in language (shoutout to ECOSS staff who helped!)
Resource hubs (start here for assistance)
Resources for Immigrants and Refugees (multiple languages)
- General COVID-19 Information
- Federal Resources
- County Resources
- City Resources
- Education Resources
- Unemployment Resources
- Resources for Undocumented Folks
- Government resources
- Private sector resources
- Public school meal distribution
- Expense saving measures
- Mutual aid resources
City of Seattle resource hub (some resources apply elsewhere too)
- Healthcare & Hygiene Support
- Immigration-related Information
- Food Support
- Internet Access
- Rent and Utility Bill Support
- Worker Support
- Artists/Creatives Support
- Small Business/Nonprofit Support
- Home Education Support
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Small business resources
- Communications and Marketing
- Community resources
- Support small businesses
- Household resources
- Unemployment resources
- Financial assistance
- Export assistance
- Employer and worker assistance
- Insurance assistance
Financial resources for Washington State residents (English/Español)
If the above links did not contain what you need, here are some additional resources:
* The above graphic details state-wide measures, but check your local/county government websites for additional restrictions.
What should I do if I was in close contact with someone with COVID-19 while they were ill, but I am not sick? Please contact your medical provider for specific guidance. In general, you should monitor your health for fever, cough, and respiratory problems during the 14 days after the last day you were in close contact with the sick person with COVID-19. You should not go to work and should avoid public places for 14 days.
What should I do if I am a close contact to someone with COVID-19 and I get sick? If you get sick with fever, cough, or respiratory problems (even if your symptoms are very mild), you likely have COVID-19. You should isolate yourself at home and away from other people and contact your health care provider.
More information about what to do including when to discontinuation home isolation can be found at: https://www.doh.wa.gov/Portals/1/Documents/1600/coronavirus/COVIDexposed.pdf