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COVID-19 Resources for Parents

Right now, we are all adapting to new realities. You might be working from home or not working at all; you are living physically distanced; and maybe you’re feeling a whole range of emotions, spanning from uncertainty to fear. As a parent, you carry the extra load of taking care of your child, while making sense of this new normal.

We are in this together.  And at PEPS, we're committed to sharing helpful information. We’ve built this resource page with a focus on providing support and resources for parents. We’ll keep adding relevant content, so be sure to check back. If there is information or resources you think could benefit this community, please contact us!

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Free COVID-19 testing for high-risk people without access to health care

WHEN: Walk-up/drive-through hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 am– 3:45 pm; no appointment necessary.

WHERE: Downtown Public Health Center (2124 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121)

WHAT: Free COVID-19 testing is now available from Seattle & King County Public Health for people with symptoms of COVID-19 who are at the highest risk for severe illness from the disease and do not have regular access to health care. Symptomatic health care providers, workers in congregate care settings, and people working in critical infrastructure occupations will also be served.

This clinic will specifically serve people with symptoms in the following categories:

  • Individuals in high-risk groups (e.g., elderly, underlying medical conditions, pregnant women, and people living homeless)
  • Healthcare workers or workers in congregate care settings (including: hospital, department of corrections, juvenile detention centers, mental/behavioral health clinics, long-term care facilities, permanent supportive housing and shelters)
  • People working in critical infrastructure occupations (e.g. congregate settings such as homeless shelters)

Upon arrival, please remain a minimum of 6 feet away from others. You may be asked to wear a mask during screening and while awaiting testing.

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