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Everett Schools Will Not Require Masks On Campus After March 21st

February 18, 2022

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A decision out today from Everett Schools on how they will deal with masks as of March 21st. Masks will be optional but recommended. Here’s a letter explaining the decision and details on the policy sent out to parents Friday from Dr. Ian B. Saltzman, superintendent of Everett Public Schools. Good afternoon families, I hope […]

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Masks Again Mandated Indoors In Many Locations In Everett And Snohomish County

August 10, 2021

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Word in from Snohomish Health that starting Thursday the 12th the indoor mask order is back in effect in public areas. Here is the directive that came out today. Dr. Chris Spitters, health officer for the Snohomish Health District, issued a¬†new masking directive¬†today. Effective August 12, everyone 5 years of age and up in Snohomish […]

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Face Coverings Now Required In All City Of Everett Buildings

August 7, 2021

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Early last week the City of Everett, Washington declared that all visitors to the two library branches must wear face coverings whether vaccinated or not. On Friday Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin expanded that order to all City of Everett buildings. Here’s the notice she posted on Facebook. The delta variant of COVID-19 is driving a […]

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First Responders Masking Up Again In Everett And Snohomish County

August 6, 2021

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Area fire departments have announced a return to PPE and closing of stations. Here’s an update out Friday from Everett Fire. In response to the growing concerns of the COVID-19 Delta variant, which is roughly twice as contagious as the original COVID strain and may cause more severe disease, our fire stations are closed to […]

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Masks Again Required At Naval Station Everett

July 29, 2021

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This message out from Naval Station Everett Thursday afternoon. Effective Immediately: All personnel at Naval Station Everett and its properties are required to wear a mask indoors regardless of vaccination status. The requirement follows updated guidance for all DoD installations. Those with base access using the gym and recreational areas indoors are required to wear […]

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Vaccinated Or Not Masks Required At Paine Field

May 1, 2021

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On Friday, Paine Field passed along this update on the use of masks at the airport in south Everett. In accordance with Federal Requirements implemented by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) promoting increased COVID-19 safety at airports, masks continue to be required at all U.S. commercial airports. Masks are to be worn, covering the mouth […]

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Everett Fire Partnering With Schools For Mask Distribution

July 5, 2020

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Everett Fire and Emergency Management are partnering with the Everett School District this week to give out masks. The giveaways will happen during meal distribution events at various school sites around the district over the next two weeks. Schools include: Cedarwood Elementary Monday July 6th and 13th Hawthorne Elementary Monday July 6th and 13th Jefferson […]

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Give A Face Cover, Get A Face Cover Events In Everett Wednesday And Friday

May 5, 2020

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The City of Everett’s Department of Emergency Management is holding events at different locations in Everett this month to collect face coverings from people who have been sewing them and giving free face overs to people who need one. The first event was held Monday at a drive-thru and walk-up location at Thornton A Sullivan […]

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