Although Halloween this year looks a little different-the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urged traditional trick-or-treating treatment to risk the spread of the coronavirus, but local health officials promised that there is still a lot of fun. Here are some ideas on how to celebrate spooky holidays during the pandemic.
At the same time, since mid-July, the number of daily reports in Washington has set a record. Health officials announced the arrival of the autumn tide after confirming 1,016 new COVID-19 infections on Friday.
Throughout Saturday, on this page, we will post the latest information about the pandemic and its impact on the Seattle area, the Pacific Northwest, and the world. The update from Friday is here, and all our coronavirus reports can be found here.