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I am beginning a daily update on COVID-19 response in Mukilteo. Please forward as widely as you would like.

I want to hear from you, contact me anytime.

The Basics, First

What if I or someone I know has COVID-19? March 19, 2020 Health District post:

Community Transit, Metro Transit, and Sound Transit rides are now free. Everett Transit will be soon.

Federal student loan payments have been suspended without penalty or interest for at least 60 days. You must contact your loan servicer to activate this.

The federal government announced that all taxpayers and businesses will have until July 15, 2020 to file taxes and make payments without interest or penalties.

Watch Governor Inslee's press conference. It's a great reminder of why physical distance matters and the importance of reminding others to stay home:

What Can You Do?

Follow Physical Distancing Guidelines, stay 6 feet away from anyone you don't live with.

Tell Others to also stay at home and stay apart.

Give blood- schedule online (to help minimize social contact) at

Providence 100 Million Masks Challenge
Providence Hospitals launched the 100 Million Masks Challenge to
ensure that caregivers have the isolation masks they need to do their
jobs safely until the regular distribution channels ramp up. Volunteers signed up and filled the queue right away! Visit to learn more and monitor if more volunteers are needed.

Leave Some for Your Neighbors, Your Healthcare Providers, and Emergency Responders
• Your actions matter!
• Buy what you need and leave supplies for your neighbors, healthcare providers, and emergency responders.

City Information

Nothing new to report, playgrounds are closed by the beach, at 92nd Street Park and in a number of private neighborhoods, but trails and sidewalks are open for your physical activity!

All City Facilities closure: City operations will continue via primarily phone, email and online. The public is encouraged to call (425) 263-8000 for assistance with City services or visit our website at

Remember the non-emergency number at (425) 407-3999. If you have an emergency, call 911.

For more information on facilities, see this link.

Business Info For All of Us

No updates, but good information to keep, below:

Restaurants that are open- access this list, developed by city staff with great support from business owners in the community. This is another countywide link, with similar info.

Special Shopping Hours for Seniors, Other At-Risk People
A number of local grocery stores have announced special shopping hours for senior citizens and others with vulnerable immune systems.
Albertsons, Haggen, and Safeway Tues. & Thurs. from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.; Target Wednesdays, first hour after opening; Whole Foods Daily, one hour before opening to the general public.

What’s closed until at least March 31, 2020:
• Restaurants, bars, taverns, and food courts, including sit-down airport restaurants and bars.
• Wine, beer, and spirits tasting venues.
• Coffee shops, doughnut shops, and ice cream parlors.
• College and higher education campus dining halls
• Entertainment facilities: theaters, bowling alleys, non-tribal card rooms, museums, and art galleries.
• Gyms and fitness centers.
• Tattoo parlors.
• Barber shops, hair salons and nail salons.
• Youth sports and youth clubs.
• All gatherings with over 50 participants are prohibited.
• All gatherings with 50 participants or less are prohibited, UNLESS public health and social distancing criteria are met.

What’s open:
• Grocery stores and pharmacies.
• Banks.
• Childcare and daycare facilities.
• School-based food distribution programs.
• Convenience stores.
• Take-out, delivery and drive-thru food and beverage services.
• Sit-down restaurants may continue take-out and delivery service ONLY.
• Retail outlets can stay open with reduced capacity.

Resources for Businesses

Case Count

There are 8 confirmed or probable COVID-19 cases in Mukilteo. County case counts are available at this link, updated each day at 2pm.

General Resource Links

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