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Recent articles by Deedee:

Drones detecting body temperature being used in COVID-19 response

All over the world, public health and safety groups are starting to use drones to slow coronavirus spread. In the United States, they’re already being used to monitor public spaces and enforce social distancing. Canadian company Draganfly announced it’s in talks with private companies in the Seattle area and could be coming to the Pacific Northwest within months. The drones can detect social… → Read More

Drones detecting body temperature part of COVID-19 response

All over the world, public health and safety groups are starting to use drones to slow the spread of the coronavirus. → Read More

Drones detecting body temperature being used in COVID-19 response

All over the world, public health and safety groups are starting to use drones to slow coronavirus spread. In the United States, they’re already being used to monitor public spaces and enforce social distancing. Canadian company Draganfly announced it’s in talks with private companies in the Seattle area and could be coming to the Pacific Northwest within months. The drones can detect social… → Read More

Parks, trails reopening and 80 degree weekend have doctors warning, COVID isn’t over

Parks are open again in Seattle and it was a non-stop bustle at Green Lake Park on Tuesday afternoon. It’s the first day of Washington’s “Phase 1” of reopening. → Read More

UW starts testing people with COVID antibody test that boasts nearly 100% accuracy

The UW Medicine Virology Lab is one of the first in the country to get a new Abbott test that checks your blood for a special COVID-19 antibody. → Read More

HIV drug showing signs of successfully treating coronavirus patients

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HIV drug showing signs of successfully treating coronavirus patients

A drug used to treat HIV and cancer patients has shown success in treating some of the most severe coronavirus patients and was just cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to start a phase two clinical trial. Much of the work behind the drug is happening in Washington state. The drug was developed by a company called CytoDyn in Vancouver, Washington. It is manufactured by a company in… → Read More

HIV drug showing signs of successfully treating coronavirus patients

A drug used to treat HIV and cancer patients has shown success in treating some of the most severe coronavirus patients and was just cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to start a phase two clinical trial. Much of the work behind the drug is happening in Washington state. → Read More

HIV drug showing signs of successfully treating coronavirus patients

A drug used to treat HIV and cancer patients has shown success in treating some of the most severe coronavirus patients and was just cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to start a phase two clinical trial. Much of the work behind the drug is happening in Washington state. → Read More

First look inside Shoreline field hospitals to be staffed by Kaiser Permanente nurses

Two field hospital tents in Shoreline are just about ready for COVID-19 patients. The tents are on top of a soccer field and cost more than a million dollars each. → Read More

Coronavirus: University of Washington, NYU researchers testing malaria

SEATTLE - A new study is seeking to determine if a decades-old drug used to treat malaria and lupus might be effective at stopping the spread of COVID-19. Researchers at the University of Washington are leading the potentially groundbreaking work on hydroxychloroquine. They’ve teamed up with New York University to work on the study. Right now, researchers are looking for participants who’ve been… → Read More

Coronavirus: University of Washington, NYU researchers testing malaria drug for use against COVID-19

Researchers at the University of Washington are leading the potentially groundbreaking work on hydroxychloroquine. They’ve teamed up with New York University to work on the study. Right now, researchers are looking for participants who’ve been exposed to COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus: University of Washington, NYU researchers testing malaria

A new study is seeking to determine if a decades-old drug used to treat malaria and lupus might be e → Read More

Sewing community steps up to help with COVID-19 medical mask shortage in Washington state

Major supply shortages at hospitals have the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advising using bandannas and scarves as a last resort when treating patients with COVID-19 if no face masks are available. → Read More

Sewing community steps up to help with COVID-19 medical mask shortage

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Sewing community steps up to help with COVID-19 medical mask shortage

Major supply shortages at hospitals have the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advising using bandannas and scarves as a last resort when treating patients with COVID-19 if no face masks are available. Providence Saint Joseph is instead calling on people who can sew to help with homemade masks. The hospital is distributing kits of medical-grade material and asking people who have sewing… → Read More

Sewing community steps up to help with COVID-19 medical mask shortage

Major supply shortages at hospitals have the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisin → Read More

King County to buy Kent motel to house COVID-19 patients

COVID-19 cases are spiking daily in Washington, with the epicenter in King County. County leaders say hospital beds must be saved for only the most serious coronavirus cases, and are working on other options to isolate people who are sick. → Read More

COVID-19 isolation site getting set up in White Center

COVID-19 cases are spiking daily in Washington, with the epicenter in King County. County leaders say hospital beds must be saved for only the most serious coronavirus cases, and are working on other options to isolate people who are sick. → Read More

WA health departments already ‘burning’ through money to prepare for COVID-19

SEATTLE — More than a half-million dollars is being spent every week on the coronavirus response in Washington state – at least. But health officials say resources are stretched thin and the situation could get even more dire. The Centers for Disease Control announced Tuesday morning that it expects there will be a COVID-19 outbreak in the United States. “Ultimately, we expect we will see… → Read More