A reader asks: How will we know when it's safe to travel by airplane again?
Attending to our mental well-being was a struggle during better times. Now we really need more support.
A reader asks: If the U.S. is beyond contact tracing, how can we contain COVID-19?
As COVID-19 cases increase in these communities, a writer reflects on the lives behind the statistics.
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Seattle grandmother Sadie Pimpleton was hospitalized with COVID-19 and says she saw the end. She’s now back home with her grandkids, finding ways to help others.
I've been trying to answer a question all our bodies are asking: COVID or NOVID?
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The Seattle journalist doesn’t pull any punches, even when writing about herself.
A reader asks: Is it safe to wear a mask in a professional kitchen?
COVID-19 deaths are slowing in the state's largest county, but rising cases and contact tracing issues remain concerns.
Our end-times advice columnist reflects on starting something new when everything is falling apart.
Volunteer health workers worry Seattle police may continue using flash bangs, rubber bullets and tear gas to prevent them from helping injured protesters
A reader asks: When will it be safe to hug our loved ones?
After Seattle urged all protesters to get tested for the coronavirus at expanded facilities, fewer than 1% are coming back positive.
Crosscut reporter Margo Vansynghel reflects on her conversations with tattoo artist Jessica Henry, who became a death care worker during a pandemic.
Marcus Henderson’s edible act of resistance began with a single basil sprout. Now he wants to feed a revolution and redefine public space.