Washington state schools are planning to reopen in fall
It’s certainly not a guarantee, but the Washington State Office of Public Instruction released 55 pages of guidance for reopening school districts in the fall, and is planning to move forward with at least part-time in-person classes. One catch: Not everyone is on board.
Coronavirus case counts rose in Yakima, Franklin, and Benton counties after Memorial Day weekend. The peak for Eastern Washington is still ahead, the Institute for Disease Modeling predicts.
And as we see some experimental treatments and miracle recoveries make headlines, including a double-lung transplant, what kind of medical bills are these families facing? Is a million dollar treatment worth it?
Listen to KIRO Radio’s Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss today’s top COVID-19 headlines.