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Live. Daily Coronavirus Updates, April 11. What to Know About COVID-19 in Seattle, Washington, DC և Worldwide

As Governor Aye Insley prepares to announce on Monday that some areas of Washington will return to more restrictive coronavirus rules, nearly 70 state-owned businesses are pressuring him to reverse any such move.

All counties are currently in phase 3 of the state coronavirus restrictions. Moving countries to Phase 2 will hurt the struggling business while doing little to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Last week, Inslee changed public health standards to make it easier for current districts.

At the same time, the state legislature is close to passing the first bill in the country that would guarantee low-income tenants legal representation in the event of eviction. The state eviction moratorium expires on June 30, leading to fears that people will be forced out of their homes.

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How do epidemiologists spend their holidays with their unvaccinated children?

The epidemic has made it difficult for families to find safe travel options.  So we asked some experts what they are doing this summer.  (Rose Wong / The New York Times) - NOT FOR SALE;  FOR EDITORIAL ONLY NYT STORY VIRUS CHILDREN TR TR UNDERSTANDING ELLEN ROSEN APRIL 20, 2021  -

The epidemic has made it difficult for families to find safe travel options. So we asked some experts what they are doing this summer. (Rose Wong / The New York Times) – NOT FOR SALE; FOR EDITORIAL ONLY NYT STORY VIRUS CHILDREN WITH EL BLEN ROSEN FOR APRIL 2021. –

Families are facing a dilemma this year. They are itching for summer vacation, but their children are not vaccinated. What to do?

The mental gymnastics involved in answering this question is exhaustive. Our decision-making is overshadowed by unanswered questions about immunity, virus mutations and summer cases.

The most conservative approach would be to wait and see how things turn out. But people are burning with blockages, and vacation spots are being sold. At this moment we really want to know. What can we do this summer?

So we asked epidemiologists and other public health experts, who are a very careful group, what they plan to do for their summer vacation.

Read the rest of the story here.

– The New York Times:

Certificates for Immigrants Prove to Hinder Dose of Protection

19-year-old Andrea Susa shoots her mother, 43-year-old Maria Susa, receiving her first dose of the Moderna vaccine at the Immigrant in Boston on April 2, 2021 (Photo by Sophie Park for The Washington Post).

19-year-old Andrea Susa shoots her mother, 43-year-old Maria Susa, receiving her first dose of the Moderna vaccine at the Immigrant in Boston on April 2, 2021 (Photo by Sophie Park for The Washington Post).

Immigrants were recalled from pharmacies and other places after requesting driver’s licenses, social security numbers or health insurance cards. Special documents that are not mandated by the state or federal government but are often requested at vaccination sites across the country.

Often the request comes in English, a language that many vaccine seekers do not fully understand.

Some vaccination agencies have accepted the problem and promised to stop it.

Maria Susa’s family was not ready to take the risk.

Read the rest of the story here.

– The Washington Post:

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