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This is a timeline of COVIDrelated milestones affecting our city, county, and state, beginning on the date a person with the illness was brought to Walla Walla County for treatment. If you know of an item we should add to this timeline to make it more complete, please use the "" form to let us know. The City provides guidelines to help people avoid contracting COVID, and links to websites and phone s people can use to get more information. There have been no cases of the illness among residents of Walla Walla County.
Whitman College encourages students to cancel spring break travel and stay in Walla Walla for the break. Jay Inslee issues new rules to protect older adults living in nursing homes and assisted-living facilities. Inslee announces a mandatory ban on all gatherings over people in King, Snohomish, and Pierce counties. Walla Walla County health officials do not recommend canceling community gatherings at this time. Whitman College announces it will move to an online learning model at the end of spring break. Inslee orders all schools in the state closed for six weeks due to coronavirus. WWPS announces its last school day will be March 16, and campuses will close to the public from March 17 until April WWCC announces its last in-person school day will be March 16, and instruction for the rest of the quarter, and spring quarter, will be conducted online.
The City's Leadership Team begins meeting at 10 a. Development Services Director Elizabeth Chamberlain will serve as representative for the City at the daily 9 a. City buildings will close to the public starting the next day. The library suspends its curbside delivery service until at least April 8, and details the online services it has available. WWPS unveils a distance learning program for all students preschool through grade 12, to begin March The Communications Division announces the creation of a COVID on the City website, with updated information, news, and resources from a variety of official sources.
County Emergency Management asks the public for donations of personal protective equipment for local first responders and health care workers. Whitman College announces it will not have an in-person commencement ceremony this spring.
After Gov. Inslee announces measures for businesses, workers, renters, and other residents who may struggle financially to pay utility bills while dealing with loss of income during the COVID outbreak, the Finance Department announces the City will not shut off water service for nonpayment during the emergency. The Human Resources Department issues a call for people who are willing to volunteer to help the community. The Library announces members of the public can get a free library card online. President Donald Trump issues a disaster declaration for Washington and orders federal assistance for the state in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Trump also activates the National Guard to help respond to the coronavirus outbreak in Washington and two other states. Inslee issues a "Stay home. Stay healthy. City parks will remain open for exercise, but playground equipment is considered off-limits. The Public Works Department announces reductions in hours, days, and services at the Sudbury Landfill in order to help preserve the health of employees. The Walla Walla Police Department announces changes to some services and an extension of the closure of its lobby.
Providence St. Inslee releases information about what Washington residents will receive as a result of the federal stimulus package. Public Works announces the Sudbury Landfill will only be open to self-haulers and members of the public on Wednesdays in order to minimize contact between customers and staff. The City announces the City Council at its April 8 meeting will consider enactment of an ordinance imposing a moratorium on commercial and residential tenant evictions.
The state Department of Licensing announces it will temporarily close driver licensing offices as of March The library announces it is now closed until further notice. The Walla Walla County Sheriff's Office announces members of the National Guard will be deployed to the county to assist with food distribution.
PSMMC holds a drop-off event for volunteers who are sewing masks. The CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings to slow spread of COVID in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. The latest three cases, along with one from the week, are related. Inslee announces he's extending the state's school closure through the end of the school year.
The state Department of Licensing announces drivers with s that are set to expire between March 1 and June 30 have another 90 days to renew them. Inslee, nonprofits, and philanthropies launch a coordinated, statewide food relief fund. The City Council votes to not approve an ordinance that would have imposed a moratorium on commercial and tenant evictions in the City during the current state of emergency.
The state's moratorium on evictions is already in place. Due to the demand for services at the Sudbury Landfill, Public Works officials reopen the facility to the public six days a week. Inslee announces the Department of Defense field hospital currently stationed at the Century Link Field Event Center will be returned to FEMA so it can be deployed to another state facing a more ificant need.
PSMMC holds its second drop-off event for volunteers who are sewing masks. The Washington Supreme Court orders Gov. Inslee to take "all necessary steps" to protect inmates from the coronavirus. Inslee, California Gov. Gavin Newsom and Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announce an agreement on a shared vision for reopening their states' economies and controlling COVID into the future. In addition, the Benton-Franklin Health District reports 28 lab-confirmed cases in Benton and Franklin Counties, with two additional probable cases.
The library begins " Babytime At Home ," a regular video series featuring Library Technician Yvette Selfa and her little one presenting songs and play, deed especially for children from birth to 3 years. Inslee issues new proclamations on criminal statutes and wage garnishments. Organizers of the Downtown Farmers Market postpone its opening to June 6. The state Department of Social and Health Services announces it will provide disaster cash assistance for some residents.
The County health department releases a video featuring officials from numerous local agencies, providing information for area residents and thanking them for staying home and taking other precautions. Inslee allows some construction projects to reopenwith safety rules.
Positive cases later updated to 55 due to duplicates appearing and then being removed from the State tracking database. The U-B reports local agencies and Providence St. Mary are providing funds to purchase a machine that can process up to tests for COVID in a day.
Inslee announces Colorado Gov. Jared Polis and Nevada Gov. Inslee announces a partial re-opening of some outdoor recreation activities. Positive cases later updated to 57 due to duplicates appearing and then being removed from the State tracking database. Positive cases later updated to 62 due to duplicates appearing and then being removed from the State tracking database. County health officials announce they are still waiting for test from Tyson Fresh Foods.
He says he will have more details on May 1.
Inslee issues guidance to clarify limits on elective surgeries. The County health department's noon update announces four new positive COVID tests among residents, bringing the total to 72, with 32 recovered. The County health department's evening update announces five new positive COVID tests among residents, bringing the total to 77, with 34 recovered. Out of tests, 56 are positive, including four County residents. The County health department's noon update announces 13 new positive COVID tests among residents, bringing the total to 85, with 34 recovered.
The County health department's evening update announces one new positive COVID test among residents, bringing the total to 86, with 34 recovered. Out of tests, are positive, including nine County residents. Inslee extends the "Stay Home. Stay Healthy.
The funds came from local donors and public entities. The County health department's daily update announces two new positive COVID tests among residents, bringing the total to 88, with 34 recovered. Out of 1, tests, are positive, including 15 County residents. The City posts the first in a series of City Update videos to provide Valley residents with the latest information about what's happening locally with the COVID situation. The library introduces home delivery service of books.
Inslee s an order for phased re-opening of the state's economy. The County health department's noon update announces six new positive COVID tests among residents, bringing the total to 94, with 34 recovered. The County health department's evening update announces two of the ly reported positive COVID tests were actually in another county, bringing the total in Walla Walla County to 92, with 34 recovered.
The Tyson Fresh Meats plant reopens. City Update video for May 6. DCH announces one new recovery, bringing the total to There are still 94 cumulative cases. There are no changes on the evening update. Inslee releases additional Safe Start Phase 1 guidance. Neighboring Columbia County is one of five counties to receive approval to move into Phase 2 of Gov. City Update video for May 8.
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