|The State of Affairs: WA Re-opening|King County is not close to transitioning to Phase 2 or re-opening under the current guidelines. Infection rates of Covid-19 remain too high. Non-essential travel remains banned under Phase 1. Meanwhile, the counties listed below have met the parameter to shift to Phase 2 of re-opening, which means open dining areas with significant restrictions. When will King County move to Phase 2? That depends on each of us; as soon as the infection rates decrease below set threshold. Stay strong; keep yourself and others safe.Counties moving to phase 2 as of May 27, 2020: Adams, Asotin, Columbia, Cowlitz, Ferry, Garfield, Grant, Grays Harbor, Island, Jefferson, Kittitas, Lewis, Lincoln, Mason, Pacific, Pend Oreille, San Juan, Skamania, Spokane, Stevens, Thurston, Wahkiakum, Walla Walla, Whitman, Clallam, Kitsap, and Klickitat.#oisgov... See MoreSee Less
|The State of Dining Out|If you read only one sobering article this week about the state of restaurants, then let it be this one. Some analysts predict that a quarter of French restaurants will not survive the pandemic and the future of the French bistro itself is in question. Restaurateurs there are hopeful they can open their dining rooms again next month. Meanwhile, nine out of ten Michelin star restaurants globally remain closed. ... See MoreSee Less
Replace your CO Alarm if:- It was installed in or before 2013- It is beeping every 30 seconds signalling it's at end of life. Some alarms may differ. Refer to the manufacturer's instructions.Go outside and call 9-1-1 if:- The CO alarm is beeping continuously without stopping, which could indicate that CO is present.- If you feel sudden signs of CO poisoning such as dizziness, headache, vomiting or flu like symptoms.Additional graphics are translations into multiple languages. ... See MoreSee Less
I understand Dr. Hudson is foregoing his salary to support these efforts. That's fantastic. Bravo, Dr. Hudson!
Who is Responsible for the Injuries? Lawsuits don't arise from nothing. To be able to file a suit, someone else must be responsible for your injuries. Of course, the responsible party isn't always clear, and sometimes you can sue even if you injured yourself. For instance, if a gun misfired and led to a spinal cord injury, you might still be able to sue the manufacturer if you can prove that they were negligent in manufacturing the gun. Generally speaking, you must prove that the other party was negligent, by failing to meet a clear duty. A doctor who doesn't properly treat a spinal cord infection might have negligently committed malpractice. If you can't prove negligence, then you must prove that the other party intentionally acted to harm you. A criminal who caused your spinal cord injury by shooting you fits this bill. Some of the most common defendants in spinal cord injury lawsuits include Doctors and other medical providers who do not provide appropriate care.
Why is your supply chain so fucked? Why can’t you meet the obligation of your duties as laid out in your non-profit charter. Fraud much?
Thank you to Seattle Foundation for a $50,000 grant to help address skyrocketing demand. This helps us increase the number of individuals and families receiving home delivery, as well as provide culturally appropriate food to meet the needs of our diverse community. ... See MoreSee Less