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Public Health - COVID 19 Resources: Vaccine Verification Ends on March 1st, Indoor Mask Mandate to End After March 11th

Vaccine Verification Ends March 1st

  • Seattle Metro Chamber of Commerce is providing resources for businesses during the vaccine verification transition. Businesses can choose to continue vaccine verification. Visit kcvaxverified.com for webinar recordings, toolkits, and sign templates.


King County’s Indoor Mask Mandate Ends After March 11th

  • Based on our current downward hospitalization and case rates, our review of CDC’s guidance, and today’s state action, King County’s indoor mask order will end concurrently with the state’s order on 11:59 p.m. on March 11, 2022.  In addition, King County will not be extending a local mask order for schools and childcare beyond the state’s order.  Masks will still be required in certain settings including health care, correctional facilities and long-term care facilities.  Businesses and organizations may continue to implement their own mask rules for their establishments.  Read and share this blog for the latest information.
  • In-language resources are in the works and will be shared when they are ready.


Small Business COVID Survey

  • Public Health Seattle & King County works to support the safe operations of small businesses during the challenges of COVID.  We would like to hear from those involved with small businesses located in King County to better understand your experience during COVID-19.  Your input helps us improve our services, resources, website content so that we can better support you in the future.   The survey is anonymous, takes less than 10 minutes, and is available in multiple languages. Click on the link below and check your preferred language on the top right side of the screen.


PPEs and Over the Counter Test Kits

  • Masks for Community Based Organizations and Faith Based Organizations.  Use this form, on the Office of Emergency Management site, to request masks for your organization. May reorder weekly.
  • New PPE eligibility criteria effective Feb. 23. Please see Office of Emergency Management site (PPE and Other Supplies) for more information.
  • Last OTC test kits requests must be received by noon March 1st. This program was a 7-week project and Public Health extended it for 2 more weeks to end ordering on March 1. Use this form to order test kits.


Bi-weekly Community Partners’ Call – Wednesday, March 2nd from 3:30-5:00 pm

WhenEvery other Wednesday, 3:30 to 5 pm.

  • Presented in English, with live interpretation in ASL, Somali, Spanish and French


The Community Partners’ Calls focus on updating community organizations, local businesses, and community members about all things new in COVID, including:

  • Business/organization reopening
  • Vaccine updates and access
  • Community resources
  • and more information for your community



  • Live interpretation is provided in Spanish and Somali.
  • Language interpretation available upon request. Email PHPartnerships@kingcounty.gov to request a language.
  • ASL interpretation and Closed Captioning in English is available.

Kind regards,



Diane Agasid Bondoc, REHS/RS

Workplace Prevention Liaison

Office of Equity and Community Partnerships - COVID-19 Response

Public Health – Seattle & King County

Direct phone: (206) 263-2157 | Eastgate mainline:  (206) 477-8050

Email: diane.agasid@kingcounty.gov






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